In March this year, Matt Cutts said that he would like for HTTPS to be a ranking signal and despite being on leave, managed to find the time to tweet his happiness on the matter: In March this year, Matt Cutts said that he would like for HTTPS to be a ranking signal and despite being on leave, managed to find the time to tweet his happiness on the matter:On: 8 Sep, 2014 By: Nick Wearing
A new EU consumer rights law has come into effect aimed at stopping some of the undesirable practices that can be often seen from some e-commerce shopping stores. A well-known example of something that this law aims to stop can be found on sportsdirect.com. They automatically add a mug and magazine into your basket when you checkout.
What is no longer necessary?
“Sneak into basket” is now completely illegal, no exception. There can no longer be any sort of additional ...
The simpler and shorter .uk domains will be released on the 10 June 2014. All existing .uk domains will be unaffected including .co.uk, .me.uk and .org.uk. The new .uk is simply another domain to choose from.
Why do I want a .uk domain?
How do I get one?
If you have an existing .co.uk domain you will have first reservation rights up until 07:59 on 10 June 2019. Even if you decide not to register a new .uk domain, no ...
Google has recently completed an update to one of its most useful tools: Google Maps. The new updates, finally implemented after nine long months of development, are now live for everyone to benefit from.
The brand new, revised version of Google Maps contains 5 new and exciting features to enhance the end user experience of their coveted service. They are as follows:
Traffic in Real Time
The first new standout feature in Google Maps is the real time reporting of ...
Google have recently released the latest update to their anti-spam algorithm ‘Penguin’. With this release, the Penguin technology has been modified into Penguin 2.0 to enhance its spam filtering abilities.
The leader of the web spam team at Google, Matt Cutts, discussed the 2.0 update in the 199th episode of ‘This Week in Google”. He also pointed out the relevancy of a recent YouTube video discussing the subject that can be found here.
Search engine optimisers and Webmasters may see ...