News from the research scientists at Google, Mueller advises to nofollow your web designers credit, and a baby weasel takes over the internet – it’s all in this week’s My Five.
With organic reach on Facebook swiftly becoming history, is it really that unreasonable for Facebook to demand payment in order to promote your business?
Does the Google Pirate update highlight the gap between user queries and staying on the right side of Google’s own legal responsibilities?
How much do you know about Google’s The Knowledge Graph? Find out what it is and how you can make it work for your business.
No longer tied to the Freedom of Information Act: The rise in open data and real-time information – Creative Marketeers, see what’s available!
The first My Five of 2015 – Wikipedia’s most edited articles, Facebook copyright hoax, Twitter gets out of hand and the tragic #JeSuisCharlie
Five interesting things we’ve seen in the last week including Google in Time Square, the end of Facebook’s free ride and the BandAid 30 lineup.
Digital takes a bashing as candidates of The Apprentice create the worst YouTube content ever made.
A Penguin ‘refresh’ and multichannel digital marketing – it’s all in this week’s My Five.
A PR disaster isn’t always a bad thing. We take a look at the companies who threw caution to the wind and embraced their bad online press.
Google has found itself at the centre of a few potentially damaging court cases, is their iron clad grip on the world of search under threat?
A Google Penalty can be hard to remove. In our guide to penalty removal we tackle pretty much EVERYTHING you need to know.