Lots going on in the world of social media this week, mainly at the expense of the beloved high street? Some balloon shenanigans to round of this week’s My Five.
Should we be alarmed at Gov. powers to use keyword search history as evidence in criminal investigations?
Toxic Instagram, bonkers judgement by Time Magazine, LinkedIn espionage, biscuit wars and pigs in boots (not blankets) are all on the menu in this week’s My Five.
A stat attack, A.I., content fatigue, cookies, cinnamon and milk are all on the menu in this week’s My Five. Feast your eyes.
It has been a crazy year. In most cases, not for the right reasons. What does Christmas 2021 hold in store for online retail?
Supercharge your Google Data Studio reports with blended data sources. A simple example to get you on your way.
A Twitter and sport-heavy My Five this week. But most importantly, there is a (very happy) dog getting a bath from chimpanzee friends.
Scroll depth analysis is not as common as other user engagement metrics, but can be a helpful aid in measuring the quality of content on your website. How do you do it?
A Google-heavy My Five this week. Riding the SEO rollercoaster and announcements from Search Console and Google News. But also a very cool dog.
Why, as a self-confessed dataphile, I find the slides used in the Gov coronavirus briefings so incredibly painful. Is data always the gospel truth?
Rage against the (mainstream media) machine, a great domain buy and some good old traditional SEO are on the menu in this week’s MyFive.
Two welcome improvements to Google Search Console enhance the experience of a tool every webmaster should use.