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Highlights to Microsoft’s latest announcements

30 January 2015

Windows 10 rolling out as we speak. The news headlining last week’s occasion was, needless to say, the coming of Windows 10, this week a preview of which is available. The brand new operating system is Microsoft’s latest drive to separate itself from the sour Windows 7 legacy and, along the way, usher its users

mobile engagement

VP Facebook predictions for 2015

15 January 2015

Mobile Engagement Let us face the truth everything is about numbers. From a simple recipe to web development or design we are in need of numbers, findings and analytics. According to The eMarketer, in Japan, Indonesia and Australia almost every person is doing something on a mobile device among other things that is between tasks

Penguin 3.0

A Penguin Stole My Website

17 November 2014

The release of Google’s Penguin update on the 20th of October spelled good news and bad news for businesses that rely heavily on their SEO rankings, which granted has become a deeply competitive jostle for the tops spots.  Depending on how closely you’ve been paying attention to its ever changing algorithms, if you’re a content

panda 4.1

Panda 4.1: Not So Black and White.

With Google changing its ranking algorithms up to 600 times a year, it seems that SEO experts are in an ever-changing game of cat and mouse. These changes to the algorithms are usually small and inconsequential and thus don’t receive a lot of public attention. However, once every couple of years, Google actually releases an


The need for focused Organic Search Engine Optimisation-SEO

Research using an increasingly popular technique called “Eye Tracking” gives us an interesting yet slightly scary insight into users search behaviour. Eye Tracking is used to generate a heat map of where and how long a site user or viewer focuses on a specific piece of information. They found that users conducting a simple Google search