Archive for 2010

ThinkVis – Social Media, Spamming & SERPS

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I was lucky enough to attend my 4th ThinkVis conference this weekend and as usual, not only did I enjoy it immensely but came away with a headful of ideas that I’m chomping at the bit to work on. As some of you may know, I’m lucky enough to divide my time as an SEO consultant for my own agencies (Sorbet & Carnival Creative) as well as for Dave Naylor at Bronco and you can read my Continue Reading →

Twitter rolls out new features

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After a quiet few months (although I’m sure there was an awful lot going on behind the scenes), Twitter has rolled out some neat new features. Following the Facebook model of showing follower information, Twitter has introduced ‘Who to Follow’, ‘Followed by’ & ‘You both follow’ data so you can see at a glance which followers you share with another Tweeter.

The ‘Who to follow’ feature is the most noticeable as it appears on the main web page. It’s ...

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Using Evernote for SEO Project Management

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By Carla Marshall

Sometimes, the trickiest part of an SEOs job is project managing all the different aspects of the role and bringing it all together. To run a successful campaign, you need to balance a range of different skills and resources – and keep control of all of them. I use several different methods that have been honed over the years, and now I am confident that there’s no end of to the amount of information I ...

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What is wrong with Twitter????

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After the ‘accept’ shenanigans of earlier this week, I’ve been keeping an eye on my Twitter followers to see if any other strange things happen and it looks like I’ve started to follow people I’ve previously deleted, or I don’t want to follow, have never wanted to follow or have in fact blocked once for being sodding annoying!!

I checked yesterday and I seemed to pick up 5 new followers that I had no knowledge of so I ...

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