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Blekko – Just Another Search Engine?

Posted February 14, 2011 by Stacey MacNaught in Search

Blekko, for those of you who haven’t yet heard, is the new kid on the search engine block. Granted, it’s not all that brand spangly new (founded in 2007), but it’s really starting to garner some attention in recent months. It boasted 1 million searches a day during January 2011. Granted, that’s not quite the […] Read more

3 Points in the Creative League!

Posted February 3, 2011 by Stacey MacNaught in Search

Our recent Creative League related posts haven’t been all that happy.   We were going into last night’s match against CTI with a whopping zero points. After playing Return on Digital last week and losing 12-11 (after having been 4-0 up at one point) we were feeling frustrated, to say the least. CTI were third […] Read more

Why a Public Google Algorithm Would be Catastrophic

Posted January 27, 2011 by Stacey MacNaught in Search

Google remains the giant of search engines. Accounting for 70% of the search engine market in the USA and a whopping 90% here in the UK, its dominance cannot be argued. However, recently the search giant has come under some tough scrutiny and faces an investigation by the European Commission into whether or not it […] Read more

Creative League Update

Posted January 20, 2011 by Stacey MacNaught in Search

Following our post yesterday on the Creative League so far, it seemed only right that we should update the blog after last night’s match. Now, we did intend to go out and beat Code Computer Love by a good 20 goals. Ok, so we’d have settled for beating them by ten. Or five. Or one. […] Read more

The Creative League So Far…

Posted January 19, 2011 by Stacey MacNaught in Search

We’re now 4 matches into the Creative League and despite our confidence at the start of the season, we haven’t really done as well as we would like. Ok, let’s be blunt. We’re doing dismally. Really dismally. We’ve successfully managed to acquire, from 4 games, 0 points, cementing us firmly to the bottom of the […] Read more

Google Mobile App Search and Keyword Tool!

Posted January 18, 2011 by in Search

We’ve spent the last week or so playing around with the mobile element of the Google keyword tool. For anyone who’s not yet had a look, essentially, under the advanced settings you can now filter to show searches only by people using mobile devices. Of course, we’ve carried out a host of random searches on […] Read more

Social Media and Search Engines

Posted December 15, 2010 by in Search

Earlier on this month, both Bing and Google finally confirmed what many in the SEO industry have been suspecting for some time – that your social media presence does indeed have an effect on where you rank in their search engines. It makes sense, of course. Let’s not forget that the fundamental aim of Google […] Read more

Search Engine Placement – Why It Matters

Posted December 3, 2010 by in Search

We all use search engines. In fact, in many ways we take them for granted. I, for one, will always hit Google if I’m looking for pretty much anything and don’t have a retailer in mind. I book holidays via companies I find in search engines, buy travel insurance and even do my Christmas shopping […] Read more

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