Monthly Archives: September 2012

Linkbuilding is Dead. Long Live Linkbuilding.

The death of linkbuilding has been greatly exaggerated. Far from killing off the noble art, Google recent updates have opened up brave new horizons for seasoned linkbuilders.


Facebook embarks on “zombie” cull

(image) Facebook begins purge of fake user accounts and likes, in a move to increase the authenticity of fan pages on the social network.

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Under the sea … with Google Street View

(image) Google have added comprehensive imagery of six underwater coral reefs to their Street View service, allowing users to explore the exotic depths of the ocean.

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Four fifths of UK five year olds surf the internet

(image) Child safety fears rise as a study finds most five year olds have been online.

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Online font for dyslexia growing in popularity

The increasing availability of OpenDyslexic could end the problems dyslexic people have reading text online.

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Crowdsourcing London’s happiest urban spaces

(image) London's urban spaces to be ranked by crowdsourcing project.

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Google maps rumoured to return to iPhone

Speculation over Google developing a new map app for the iPhone increases

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MySpace unveils redesign

(image) Once popular social media site MySpace is undergoing major redesigns for the fourth time in its 9-year history.

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Facebook messages scare proves unfounded

(image) Claims social networking site Facebook has unintentionally published private messages from 2009 on user timelines prove unfounded - for now.

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Facebook Re-targeting: What does it mean for advertisers?

Digital is an amazing field to work in right now, with a constantly evolving landscape for users opening new channels for brands who want to communicate with them. In the office we’re always on the lookout for new ways to find audiences for our clients, with Facebook being just one of the platforms that we ...