Archive for March, 2010

Five reasons why Think Visibility rocked

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Another ThinkVisibility has come and gone and yet again it was a conference packed with excellent speakers and contacts from the SEO world. I thought I learnt a lot last time, but I came away with 20 pages of notes and a head bursting with plans and ideas yesterday which to me was worth every penny of the ticket price and then some. There were some truly outstanding presentations and I’m only sorry that I couldn’t attend ...
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Why have WordPress defaulted to the privacy option?

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I’ve set up and managed quite a few self-hosted WordPress sites over the past year or so and have been impressed how quickly they have been indexed. However, I’ve noticed that a couple of my sites were not appearing in Google, even after I’d posted several quality articles. It wasn’t until doing a little housekeeping on one of the sites that I noticed that the option for indexing in the search engines had somehow defaulted to “I would ...
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Google Streetview to cover the UK from tomorrow

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Hurrah! At long last, the suburbs, villages and hamlets of the UK will have a chance to catch up with their city brothers and get (almost) full coverage from Google Streetview. From tomorrow (11th March 2010) most of the UK’s roads will feature 360-degree images with an estimated coverage of approximately 238,000 miles.

Streetview was launched in the UK last year with about 12% of the country, and 25 major cities covered. I know Google gets an awful lot ...

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