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Emoji Search Is A Thing. Kill. Me. Now!

Emoji search is catching on - are you optimised for internet users searching by sad faces and thumbs up? Is this the end of civilization? I want to get off this planet.

By Grant Arnott | 10 Jul 2017
Keeping SEO Strong in 2016 and Beyond

The death of black hat SEO and the rise of smartphones and social media mean that it may be time to re-examine your SEO strategy to ensure you're as visible as possible.

By John Vlasakakis | 08 Apr 2016
Checklist for Growing Your Online Sales

With online retail becoming increasingly competitive, growing your online sales is crucial for beating the competition, and this infographic will help.

By Justin Gray | 15 Mar 2016
Permanent Penguin Update to Change The SEO Game

The next Google Penguin update has recently become a guessing game. With problems constantly superseding the launch of the next algorithm update, a longer than anticipated wait for eager users is on the cards. But...

By John Vlasakakis | 29 Sep 2015
5 Hidden Things To Explore When Doing An SEO Audit

What are the essentials for an SEO audit? Nick Grinberg of GMG Digital takes you through five less obvious but highly effective considerations for an SEO audit.

By Nick Grinberg | 28 Aug 2015
Google 'Mobile-geddon' Takes Effect Today

Even after giving the Internet public two months to adapt their websites, the 'Mobile-geddon' algorithm update from Google due today is expected to have a deep impact on websites not yet mobile-ready.

By Rory Betteridge | 21 Apr 2015
Europe's Google Antitrust Charges, 101

The European Commission has officially laid charges against search engine Google for alleged breaches of antitrust laws. 

By Rory Betteridge | 16 Apr 2015
Matt Cutts Unveils AutoSEO

Google's foremost mind of search engine optimisation has unveiled a product that will prove the ultimate disruptor in a lucrative industry: automatic SEO.

By Rory Betteridge | 01 Apr 2015
Five Ways To Make Your Website Google Friendly

In the wake of Google Panda 4.0, if you aren't taking a good hard look at your search engine optimisation, you probably should be.

By Rory Betteridge | 27 May 2014