Archive for February, 2012

Google+ Promotes Quality

Earlier this week I put up a post on Google+ and the benefits of circles and how they actually manage to promote quality through their innovative design – ‘Well, something I have noticed since becoming part of Google+ is that this social platform inadvertently (or perhaps advertently), promotes quality. Whether it’s quality comments, content, shares […]

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7 Pointers For Good Content

In recent months it has become rapidly clear that content is at the forefront of SEO. Google, through their recent updates, have been trying their utmost to promote the importance of content to website owners and SEOs. Why Content is Important: It has been easy to believe that content is not as important as say, […]

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Google Image Search

It was interesting reading the unofficial Google blog post on Google images which was posted yesterday. Finding out a little more about images and Google’s image search has us here at a451 thinking, but before I get into that I’ll let you know just how neat Google Image search has become. The standard way to […]

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Google Algorithm on ‘Page Layout’

During January Google announced a new algorithm change which relates to the layout of your web pages. The main reason for this change is because on some sites they have so many adverts displaying (Ad-heavy) that the visitor can’t even find the content which the page is supposedly on. To rectify this Google has decided […]

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Google+ Interview on Usability

In a recent report Google+ was said to have over 90 million users however, despite it’s high numbers the network is still considered by people with skepticism. Who’s really using it? Why not just stick with Facebook? What’s so special about yet another social networking service? Well, we here at a451 sent one of our […]

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