A Massive Change For Google Local Business Listings

This week, Google announced that it was incorporating local search into Google+. If it hasn’t already, you will soon notice your Google Places listing turn into a Google+ page as Google continues to roll this change out to both...

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10 million people in UK now use Twitter

New figures have been released by social media site, Twitter, showing that active users in the UK now number 10 million. The site has additionally revealed that its international user base has risen to 140 million. The new data from...

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The EU Cookie Law – Don’t Panic Captain Mainwaring!

You may or may not be aware that the ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) have an EU-mandate “Cookie Law” which comes into force on Sunday May 27th The law applies to any website in the EU that uses cookies and/or similar...

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Implementation of href-lang now available via XML sitemaps

Google has announced today that the href-lang markup for specifying equivalent-language content can now be implemented via XML sitemaps. When Google announced this new annotation back in December, they outlined a link element, implemented either as a HTML header, or...

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SASCON 2012: Analytics 2.0

Speakers include:- Al Wightman, Owner, So What Analytics @AlWightman Dan Croxen-John, CEO, Applied Web Analytics @dancroxenjohn George Ioannou, Head of Agency, Digital & Wise @georgeioannou The future of Analytics In relation to accurate attribution, for on and offline activity, there are tools that will...

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