Sea Shanty

My Five #419

What is the ultimate cure to the tumultuous start to 2021? A sea shanty. Obviously.

Joe Friedlein
2020 annus horribilis

2020: The Return Of Annus Horribilis?

Is talk of 2020 being the worst year ever a bunch of royal arse? Should we be celebrating an annus mirabilis?

Joe Friedlein
Sony Playstation 5 London Underground

My Five #414

Oxford Circus tube station transformation, Twitter and yacht fleets set sail and the disavow tool finds a new home – what an absurd MyFive.

Joe Friedlein
Data Issues

Does (Big) Data Suck?

Data is the new oil. We are constantly told to use data to find the truth, but is it actually time to stop treating data as the gospel?

Joe Friedlein
Bubbles

My Five #409

More Gov facepalms (but do they know it yet?), good and bad news for webmasters and proof that bubbles are the answer.

Joe Friedlein
Search Giants

My Five #402

To lick or not to lick (one’s fingers)?, SEO sexism, big moves for the search giants and the patter of tiny gorilla feet. It is MyFive time.

Joe Friedlein
Do Not Panic About Google Rankings

Why you shouldn’t care about rankings

Mass panic about Google rankings on Tuesday felt like a return to the days of the Google Dance. What did we learn?

Joe Friedlein

My Five #394

Fascinating stats about online behaviour and the impact of coronavirus on global advertising, trouble for Facebook, Bing guidelines and a bear cub that raided the cookie jar.

Joe Friedlein
From The Horse's Mouth

Straight from the horse’s mouth

A follow up to my previous lockdown ‘vlog’. Where are we now and what have we learned about our working lives during lockdown?

Joe Friedlein
Face Palm

My Five #388

Political face palms, LinkedIn polls, negative SEO, fake news and canine conference calls all feature in a summary of what caught my eye in this week’s online travels.

Joe Friedlein
Update from Browser Media

A Lockdown Update

A quick update on what we have been up to during the lockdown. There are lots of positives and masses of opportunities during these troubled times.

Joe Friedlein