Again the search industry is once again in uproar. Why? Because somewhere somebody took a wrong turn, someone else saw it and told Google. And now Google is upset.
Jon Quinton walks us through an example plan for a musician’s or band’s website, showing that SEO from another angle works
The UK SEO industry is not just focussing on SEO anymore, but also heavily involved in Social Media and Web Analytics for example.
The manner in which we communicate online desensitises us. We say things we would never dream of saying in ‘real life’.
A look into a perceived softening of the major search engines as they seem to be letting SEO’s get a very small peek into what works.
Yahoo is about to fire 2,000 of their employees. But the former search giant has more issues with lawsuits. Is there a possible take over taking place which we don’t see yet?
There is a lot of talk about SEO these days, whether it is dead or maybe it should be redefined. The source lies in how people define SEO
How should we handle the “bad” way people write about SEO? Should we care or not?
SEO will never die, but it definitely will evolve and SEOs will have to adapt to change.
Pete Young discusses the issue of SEO staff, or more like the lack of it. How should the industry respond, what steps to take.