Panda 4.1 — What is Google’s Panda 4.1 Update

Panda 4.1 — What is Google’s Panda 4.1 Update Google has announced that the latest version of its Panda Update — a filter designed to penalise “thin” or poor content from ranking well — has been released. Google said that a “slow roll-out” began earlier last week and will continue to roll-out globally into next week,... Read More

Is Your SEO’s Pricing Wrong?

Is SEO’s Pricing Wrong? Lets face it! You are on Page 1 of Google, prospect clients email you for a quote. In fact they generally email 3 SEO Agencies for quotes. Then……all they generally do is compare price. Well the thing is, SEO is not a commodity, we are NOT selling a product, a lipstick, a car or a water filter. We... Read More

How to Optimise Your Google Plus Local Page and Stay On Top of Local Results

Stay On Top of Local Results Ever since Google began transforming their Google Places platform into Google Plus Local, site owners and various other professionals specialising in SEO have often encountered some confusion when trying to understand the ins and outs of Google’s new sites and what these changes mean for Local SEO. Google... Read More

Matt Cutts Sheds Light on Algorithm Updates, Google Revenue Myths and Too Much Link Building

Answers to your SEO questions As the head of webspam at Google, Matt Cutts has proved that he does indeed love being in front of the camera. Following his recent video on the Penguin 2.0 update  and other plans Google has in the works, Cutts released another video in order to answer the question: “Which aspect of Google updates... Read More

Type ‘Atari Breakout’ in Google Image Search

Type ‘Atari Breakout’ in Google Image Search Google commemorates the 37th birthday of classic Atari game Breakout in the best possible way: In true Google form they turned the Image Search into a version of the game. To launch and play, you simply need to type “atari breakout’ into Google Image Search, and hit enter. Just... Read More

The Facebook Graph Search Product for 2013

Facebook Graph Search Latest SEO News About Facebook Graph Search Since its inception back in 2004, Facebook has been the leading social media site across the globe and as of 2012, it reportedly has over 1 billion active users. It’s influence in the online marketing and the SEO world is undeniable and now, Facebook has taken a new... Read More

Margaret Thatcher Dies April 2013

A Thatcher State Funeral? Baroness Margaret Thatcher, Britain’s greatest post-war prime minister, has died at the age of 87 after suffering a stroke, her family has announced. Her son, Sir Mark, and daughter Carol confirmed that she died this morning. Margaret Thatcher Dies Lord Bell, her spokesman, said: “It is with great... Read More

Gotye, A Recruiter I Used to Know

Some Recruiter I Used To Know (Gotye – “Somebody I Used To Know” Parody) For anyone in the recruitment industry, or for that matter, anyone looking for a job, this video is absolute GOLD! It’s a classic from both perspectives. I won’t be biased, but in the times of the worst Australian recession, I was... Read More

Kim Wilde Drunk Christmas Impromtu Performance on British Rail

Kim Wilde Drunk on a Train – ‘Kids in America’ Viral Video Commuters traveling home by train last night in London expecting a quiet journey must have been fearing the worst when they saw a man take out a guitar and a woman start to sing. Kim Wilde was drunk on a train and those on the train from London Kings Cross... Read More

How Google Makes Over a 100 Million a Day!

Google Ad Words Data Statistics 2012 Google can make 100 million dollars in 24 hours!? The team at wordstream created an infographic which showed the top 10 industry verticals who are spending the most on paid search and banner ads. It’s quite scary really. Particularly if you see that the finance industry is #1, despite the... Read More