Monthly Archives: September 2014

How to migrate your website without killing off your traffic

The website migration is one of the most overlooked hurdles that will leave businesses struggling to survive to reach their business goals for the year. I have never heard of a sales director ever predict a drop in revenue because they were migrating to a new web platform, yet I’ve lost count of the times […]

Hotel Chocolat – Happy 10th Birthday

Congratulations to our good friends at Hotel Chocolat as we celebrate the opening of their 1st store in Watford 10 years ago. As stores have popped up all over the UK, the product offering has also expanded to relaxing coffee shops, a restaurant, a luxury hotel in St Lucia, the Rejuvenate skin care range and the […]

Google release another Panda update

Google have released another Panda update. Panda is the search filter that identifies pages with ‘thin’ content from being ranked well in search engine results. This is the 27th Panda update; many websites have been affected by these updates over the years, each time webmasters have been asked to add additional, better quality unique content […]

How to migrate your website without killing off your traffic

The website migration is one of the most overlooked hurdles that will leave businesses struggling to survive to reach their business goals for the year. I have never heard of a sales director ever predict a drop in revenue because they were migrating to a new web platform, yet I’ve lost count of the times […]

The End of Google’s PPC ‘Exact Match’

What changes regarding Google’s match types: Up to now advertisers could opt out from close variations in phrase and exact match but soon this option will be history. From late September onwards Google plan to implement close variant keyword matching to all exact and phrase match keywords. For some this might not be great news […]