Has Microsoft finally righted the wrongs of Internet Explorer with it's brand new flagship web browser, Microsoft Edge? The word on the street is that, yes, it seems they have.
By now, unless you've been living under a rock, you would have heard about the infamous "Mobilegeddon". Is this really the doomsday it's made out to be for your aging website? In this month's blog, let's delve into what exactly Mobilegeddon is, and how it affects you.
Posted on 30 November 2014 in Search Engine Optimisation
Search engine behemoth Google may be about to reward you for having a mobile-friendly website. Earlier this month, Google announced on their Webmaster Central Blog about upcoming changes to their search results which will clearly indicate to users which sites are optimised for mobile browsing.
Are you still using a browser from the prehistoric era? In terms of the computing scene, prehistoric could be as recent as five years ago. Holding on to an out-of-date browser hurts the development of the web, and affects how your own site performs for you. In this blog post we'll explain why you should always stay up-to-date.
Search engine optimisation (SEO) for the most part is something of a black art. So what can be done to improve the Google page ranking of a site? This article discusses the latest techniques for boosting your Google ranking.