Archive for August, 2012

Stop Building; Start Earning Links Through Quality & Community

Are you still concerned about how many links are coming into your site? Still looking for quick fixes? It’s time to stop building and start earning links through quality and authentic community. Earlier this month, Eric Ward of Search Engine Land posted an article on the Unbearable Torture of Link Building, adding his own voice […]

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a451 Associate Chris Wood beats his personal best at Ironman 70.3

With the Olympic spirit still very much in the air we are excited to fill you in on our very own Chris Wood’s latest sporting achievements. Chris completed another successful challenge last month, the Ironman 70.3 in Antwerp. Yes it is as hard as it sounds; Chris endured a 1.2 mile swim and 56 mile bike, […]

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Is Google’s AuthorRank (Rel=Author) really worth all the fuss?

Are you an author? Do you write content that is published online? You’ll want to pay attention to this! I recently decided to (finally) have a go at tackling Google’s somewhat elusive authorship code. I admit I was sceptical about it. As a freelance writer who has written for numerous blogs over the past few […]

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