No one likes queuing, but when it comes to technology the speed at which websites and apps operate can make users sceptical or even confused.
5 things – including #brexit – that caught the eye of Alex this week. Football, tennis, science and more.
Now is the time to get on board. Google updates; another neat guide to help businesses appear in location-based searches.
According to Buffer, the internet is a zoo. Let’s see how the much the ideal content length has changed in the last couple of years.
Executed with caution and common sense, guest blogging is still an effective method to build awareness and attract new traffic to your site.
Does Google removing PageRank from its toolbar really make a difference in terms of SEO and inbound marketing? Could it spell the end of link spam?
A Google crash, Google’s Say and Pay and this year’s World Book Day all feature in this week’s My Five. Plus, what has Kanye been up to on Twitter now?
Mobile search experience often isn’t great. Google launching Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMPs) means rich content now loads instantly across multiple devices.
Are these fluctuations the beginning of a Penguin update from Google? Alex explores the social media chatter around the latest could-be algorithm update.
Find out why you don’t need to worry, but why you should start planning for when Google prioritises HTTPS after its announcement last week.
Google is testing four AdWords Ads in search again, pushing organic results down the page. The scramble for the top organic spot continues.
Flying in formation, organised brawling and the back of Betamax – and I bet you’ve never had so much trouble at the checkout.