Monthly Archives: May 2012

Taking Video SEO to the Next Level

Online video is one of the best and most accessible forms of digital content for appealing to a mass audience. Whether it’s a “how-to” vidcast series or a 30 second viral advert, each video uploaded to YouTube and competitors like Vimeo and Dailymotion are powerful little seeds of information that can help boost SEO link ...

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Foursquare teams up with Amex for UK discounts

(image) Foursquare has joined forces with American Express to launch a new range of voucher offers for UK consumers.

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Google+ Local makes its debut

(image) The king of search has launched Google+ Local, the integrated service that's to replace Google Places.

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Researchers find spyware in Simurgh

(image) Simurgh software - a tool designed to protect the identities of web users in the middle east - has been found to contain a Trojan virus, researchers say.

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I’m not the next Jobs, says Cook

(image) Apple CEO Tim Cook tells audiences at the All Things Digital conference he is not trying to be the next Steve Jobs.

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Shipping delays for Samsung Galaxy S3 models

(image) Pre-orders for Samsung's new top of the range smartphone look set to be delayed. Customers could face weeks of waiting before receiving their new handsets.

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RIM chief legal officer steps down

(image) Chief Legal Officer Karim Bawa is the latest executive to jump from RIM's sinking ship, announcing her departure just days ahead of predicted cuts at the troubled smartphone maker.

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Google (not provided): 6 months on

Last year’s introduction of SSL encryption led to the creation of a mine field of keyword consuming data “black holes”, much to the dismay of SEO professionals everywhere. Six months on, Google’s (not provided) is still creating a commotion throughout the digital world. Right from its initial announcement, the introduction of SSL encryption has generated ...

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Weibo introduces user contracts

(image) The biggest microblogging site in China, Weibo, has introduced a user code of conduct that explicitly restricts the type of messages that can be posted on the site.

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Facebook keeps trying for smartphone

(image) The social network is reportedly resuming its efforts to create a smartphone that will eventually compete with the likes of Apple's iOS and Google's Android operating systems.

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