Brands on Social Media: Great Power and Great Responsibility

This week we saw the value of quick-witted brands on social media as Greggs turned what could have been a sticky situation into a positive piece of PR through their actions on Twitter. The story, which eventually made the...

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The Complete Comprehensive Google Ad Extension Guide

Following on from our previous blog entry regarding the newest extensions rolled out by Google, we concluded that although the PLAs and Dynamic sitelink extensions add another string to your bow, Google is ultimately interested in its bottom line....

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Google Pick the Safe Option

Google are often quite cryptic when it comes to revealing the inner working of their algorithms, so when they announced on Wednesday that they’ve begun using HTTPS as a ranking signal there was a lot of initial excitement from...

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How to fix the Windows 8.1 US Keyboard Problem

Recently, several of the computers in the PushON office have been upgraded to use Windows 8.1. This was all well and good until the users of those machines realised that this had changed their keyboards to the American layout,...

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Google Testing New Ad Extensions? You Beta Believe it!

When Google started including Ad Extensions alongside Quality Score and CPCs to determine Ad Rank, we knew it was only a matter of time before we started seeing some new, weird and wonderful extensions doing the rounds. But why does...

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