18th May 2016 by Sukh Singh
Google announced on Tuesday May 17th that it is introducing Rich Cards to the Google.com SERPs, initially only for mobile results and for two content categories; recipes and movies. Rich Cards takes the current Rich Snippets feature further, using your marked up content (with Schema) to display a...

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10th March 2016 by Sukh Singh
If you want to determine how effective/valuable each URL is on your website in terms of SEO authority, quality of content and conversion opportunity, this guide can help you gather the data you need, which can act as a nice supporting document for an overall content audit document. In this...

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9th November 2015 by Brad Longman
You may or may not have heard the term ‘Cannibal Content’ or ‘Cannibalisation’ before. ‘Cannibal Content’ refers to when your website is essentially fighting itself with pages optimising for the same phrases, whether deliberately or by accident. This confuses Google and may be the...

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3rd June 2015 by Bhavesh
Anicca Digital and Waltham Forest College joined forces to host the college’s first Digital Marketing Day. The day, aimed at small businesses, consisted of six workshops covering everything from advice on developing an effective website to SEO tips and tools and an introduction to public...

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9th June 2011 by Ann Stanley
Daily deals sites are quickly becoming one of the best ways for local businesses to market themselves online. You may have heard of Groupon, the biggest of the daily deals sites in the UK, but have you heard of its competitors? And more importantly, do you know how you can market your business and...

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21st December 2010 by Ann Stanley
All Hail the Touchscreen!! Walk into a high street computer shop these days, turn to the desktop PCs, and you’re likely to find yourself confronted by something new. Yes, it’s the all-in-one touchscreen PC. A desktop that only needs one unit, which does not need a mouse or keyboard (although...

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