The Champagne Socialist SEO Experiment

Since the general election is due next year, and in the spirit of true British Tom-Foolery, we decided to run an SEO experiment to poke a bit of fun at Ed Miliband, the unusual “leader” of the Labour party, and his band of merry champagne socialists. A

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Why All Search Engines Are Flawed

The image to the left depicts a Quark (at least I think it does), I thought this was a good image to lead into this topic with, the reason why will become clear later, but it is related to the title of this post, “Why all search

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Securing Your Paypal Account

While I’m on with security topics I want to talk about securing your Paypal account, and this is really the reason I’ve got onto security – mine was somehow hacked and $1400 removed from my bank account. I do not know how they did it, Paypal told

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Securing Your WordPress Website

This is a bit off the SEO topic, but is very important in regard to online security, so I’m going to write about it here anyway. You may be aware that there has been a major attempt to hack WordPress based websites recently, and so it is

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Why Page Rank is Useless for SEO

Last week I posted about an idea I’ve been mulling over and working to that I called “website tuning“, and in that I promised to expand a little more on the idea and to explain why page Rank is useless for focusing an SEO campaign around. This

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Is Guest Blogging Good for SEO?

Guest blogging has been promoted as a good way to obtain backlinks for your SEO campaign for a long time now despite repeated hints from Google that they were becoming less than impressed with it. Well now Matt Cutts has declared that guest blogging is dead –

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