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By Sam Langdon on April 19, 2010
Google Webmaster tools is useful for checking that your site is being indexed properly, looking at back-links and identifying 404’s, but the top ranking search stats have never been particularly useful. A recent upgrade has seen a graph and table of ranking and click through stats added, which is actually very handy. It shows how […]
By Sam Langdon on April 18, 2010
After Google recently announced it’s using speed as a ranking factor, Matt Cutts sensibly set panic-mongers at rest by explaining that it’s only a small part of the picture. Content, relevance, back links, accessibility and various other traditional SEO factors still account for the most part of how high your website will appear in the […]
By Sam Langdon on April 3, 2010
Today the iPad went on sale to the general public in the US. In the video I’ve included below from Mashable, a number of slightly deranged people (including ‘queuing enthusiast’ Greg Packer, competing for the claim for first in line with German blogger Richard Gutjahr) who have been waiting in line for several days are […]