14th February 2018 by Neil Hannam
February 13th and 14th saw Google’s second annual AMP conference taking place in Amsterdam, or AMPsterdam as they termed it. As you’d expect with a Google conference, the two-day schedule was packed with updates from Google’s own team, including Rudy Galfi, who is product management lead for...

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30th January 2018 by Brad Longman
Google has been beta testing a new version of Search Console for a little while, Google granted a sample of users access to the new beta version. The exciting news is that Google has now enabled access to this beta version to all Search Console users, so we can give you a sneak preview of...

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15th June 2017 by Sukh Singh
Introduction Whether you are launching a brand-new website or migrating to another platform (and/or domain), these projects can end up very stressful and often ridden with mistakes. As a result, you may have to resolve these issues either just before site launch, causing delays, or after site...

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1st February 2017 by Brad Longman
Many people today do not realise the basics of tech SEO are not as complex as you may think and in most cases, you may not need a developer. Whilst some people believe ‘technical SEO is just makeup’ and an attempt to make your site pretty for Google, it’s much more beneficial and is...

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25th January 2017 by Brad Longman
According to Google, over 50% of all desktop pages loaded on the internet are HTTPS pages and is continuing to grow. HTTPS stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure. You’ll notice that if you visit a website, HTTPS pages are identified by the secure symbol next to the URL. These pages are...

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18th October 2016 by Ed Truman
Anicca has developed three new PPC tools which we hope all digital marketers will find extremely useful. The three tools include; a UTM link builder tool, an XML Feed Converter and a broad match keyword converter tool. All of these are fully functional and are available for free on our website...

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23rd September 2016 by Brad Longman
Big news in the SEO world today. Google has officially announced the roll out of the updated Penguin Algorithm on its Webmaster Central Blog. Initially launched in 2012 the Penguin Algorithm targets poor quality and spammy link tactics. It’s been nearly 2 years since the last Penguin update, so...

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9th September 2016 by Brad Longman
On Wednesday Google announced a new feature via their Webmaster Central Blog. They are now introducing ‘Reviews from the Web’ to the knowledge panels for businesses when you perform a Google search. This allows businesses to display reviews from 3rd party sites such as Facebook and many others...

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16th June 2016 by Brad Longman
If you log in to your search console account today and visit the search analytics section, you will notice that Google has quietly released a new feature called ‘Compare Queries’. What this means is you can enter the queries you want to see impressions, visits, position or click through rate...

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