Wondering where to start when trying to understand seo?

Friday, July 15th, 2011

Here’s a really nice infographic which outlines various different elements, both on and off the page, that influence search engine optimisation. It imitates the periodic table to grab your attention:   Now, apart from it being a very useful guide for beginners trying to get to grips with concepts like ‘on-the-page’ and ‘off-the-page’ in seo, […]

Twitter trashes skewed Daily Mail poll

Monday, June 22nd, 2009

Right-leaning British newspaper The Daily Mail found itself with egg on its face on Friday as one of its infamously non-neutral polls was targeted by psychologists on twitter. The poll which had the decidedly non-neutral question ‘should the nhs let gipsies to jump the queue?’, raised the ire of a number of psychologists who as […]

Content ownership – the biggest myth online?

Wednesday, May 20th, 2009

.Net magazine have a good series where they pose a question to various online professionals. Their latest one is on ‘The biggest myths online’. The answers are interesting (though to be taken with a pinch of salt, given that these are experts reasonably enough suggesting that the biggest risks online relate to their own areas […]

Myspace have new CEO – Van Natta

Thursday, April 23rd, 2009

Former Facebook COO Van Natta, who is currently involved in playlist.com, a tool for sharing music on various social platforms, is apparently set to take ¬†over the role of CEO for MySpace. Various tech sites have reported the news that Van Natta is to take over from MySpace founder Chris DeWolfe, including the Wall Street […]

Using twitter to promote your band

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009

Many bands starting out have a huge amount of energy and enthusiasm – they want to evangelize and spread the word about how good their band is. The internet revolution has meant that – as opposed to when bands like the beatles, u2, or even nirvana were starting out – bands nowadays have a huge […]