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December 12, 2018

Pierre Ogier

SEO, Technical

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In this article we’ll get you to know the latest web server protocols that really matter today when it comes to speed. It’s absolutely mind-boggling what Google Teams have developed and see it adopted by the top 19 Alexa’s websites. This single connection protocol is called QUIC and it bypasses all TCP limitations that we […]

A JavaScript-based website means that you need JavaScript code rendered/processed before serving thecontent to the web user and any User-Agent. Traditionally, Google was only looking at the raw text-based content that we’d get in the HTTP response body and was unable to interpret what a typical browser running JavaScript would see. When websites started becoming […]

August 1, 2017

Pierre Ogier

Google

SEO

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There are roughly 33 million voice-first devices in circulation, including the Amazon Echo and Google Home. Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google Inc., announced at Google I/O that over 20% of mobile queries are conducted by voice search. This seems like an enormous amount, and one that ComScore predicts will more than double in the next three […]

June 16, 2017

MaddyEmbleton

PPC, SEO

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Digital marketing conferences are a great way to refresh your knowledge of the industry, mingle with other professionals, and hopefully learn something new from leading experts. Search Leeds was no exception – and even worth us Londoners venturing up to Leeds at 7am. As a performance agency we are always looking to share our insight, […]

March 16, 2017

James Fisher

SEO

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It’s been about a week since there were rumblings of a new Google update, but we’re sure one is here. While Google declined to officially comment on the update, aside from their usual rhetoric, SEOs all over the web began to notice heavy changes to certain types of sites. Yes, we make changes almost every […]

It’s my favourite time of the year again when I get to look back at the previous year and try and predict what the future could hold. Last year I said that our job, as SEOs, is no longer just driving our clients to the top of rankings. We are responsible for driving traffic to a […]

November 17, 2016

James Fisher

Google

SEO

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A little over 6 weeks ago, Google finally announced that they had updated Penguin to its newest form – Penguin 4.0. While the last update to Penguin, all the way back in 2014, only affected less than 1% of UK/US queries, this new iteration of Penguin has rolled out across every language. Penguin has moved […]

November 4, 2016

James Fisher

Google

SEO

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At the start of September, many SEOs started to notice not one, but two large algorithmic updates. For those of us that we’re keeping an eye on the rumblings in the SEO community, we started to suspect that it was the result of Penguin 4.0 rolling out. Others starting to think that because of the […]

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