Shocking account manager!

Recently a friend asked me about why their newly developed website wasn’t showing up at all in the Google SERPs. I had a quick look about and picked up a few points in addition to a few others about performance of the site etc. Just some ‘low hanging fruit’ that would be easy to pick and […]

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9 reasons you should never use a CMS | Webdesigner Depot

I’d like to find that guy who was the first to promote to customers the idea that they could manage their own website “as easily as using a word processor” and give him a good kick in the ass. I Source: 9 reasons you should never use a CMS | Webdesigner Depot   I understand […]

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SEO Can’t Always Get What It Wants — Or Can It?

SEO doesn’t exist in a vacuum. Contributor Erin Everhart shares tips for getting other company stakeholders on board to achieve SEO success. Source: SEO Can’t Always Get What It Wants — Or Can It? Good points made by Erin. I think sometimes we have a tendency to dig our heals in and try and plough […]

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Communication is the key

Lately a few things have happened to me that have reinforced how important good and open communication is. To illustrate the point I was at Swanage a few weekends ago to get some milage in with a climbing partner. We headed to subliminal area as my friend is getting back into it after injuring himself […]

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Op-ed: Safari is the new Internet Explorer | Ars Technica

      If devs build a modern Web app ecosystem sans Safari, maybe Apple can move beyond 2010. Source: Op-ed: Safari is the new Internet Explorer | Ars Technica I’ve been feeling this way about Safari for a while now myself and have had it in the back of my mind to blog about […]

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Tesla introduces the missing piece

Just yesterday Tesla, the company best known for it’s insanely fast and responsive sports car made it clear to everyone that they are not a ‘car company’ but rather a ‘battery company’. With the release of what Tesla call the powerwall for homes and powerpack for businesses and utilities. The problem Tesla has set out […]

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Keven Spacey as Clarence Darrow

Let me begin by being very clear and saying that I in no way consider myself to be a theatre critic! However I do take great pleasure from a well acted play, and that’s exactly what Kevin Spacey did in Clarence Darrow. If you want a theatre critics review I’d suggest reading the guardian, timeout or […]

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Introversion

I came across an article in my Pocket feed today on marketing for introverts. The thing is whilst the article was pretty good at discussing the points it set out to communicate it’s not what piqued my interest in it. Near the beginning the author talks about how he views himself in respect to being […]

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Work life balance

As I’ve mentioned in other recent posts I’ve been getting back into reading the Personal MBA. I’ve been surprised how much of the book covers common sense (at least it seems so to me) but the latest section I’m reading I’d say isn’t common sense but something that far too many people just don’t think […]

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The Imitation game

I went and saw ‘The Imitation Game’ recently and it got me thinking. Overall I think it was a very good showing with a stand out performance by Benedict Cumberbatch, who again shows he has a full spectrum of talent. I wasn’t so enamoured by Kiera Knightly’s performance. It wasn’t bad but next to Cumberbatch […]

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