Category: Marketing

  • “Not found” issue with WordPress

    I recently started a few new blogs and I used an automated installer to install WordPress via cPanel. However, when I created the site I noticed a few issues had arisen and that had made it impossible for me to login to “wp-admin” and “wp-login.php”, so I wondered what could have gone wrong, as every […]

  • Best SEO Tools Of 2022

    Best SEO Tools Of 2022

    Most people at small to mid-size companies don’t think too much about analytics and are happy to let Google Analytics do all their day to day reporting. We think Google Analytics is a great product but it shouldn’t be the only tool you use. Below are some tools you can use to optimize your site […]

  • The Top 10 Viral Marketing Campaigns Of All Time

    The Top 10 Viral Marketing Campaigns Of All Time

    Viral marketing campaigns are an amazing way to generate a huge amount of buzz and brand awareness whether they are carried out online or offline. In this post we have honored the best viral marketing campaigns of all time, both online and offline. If you know of a campaign that deserves to be on the […]

  • Google Takes Action Against MyBlogGuest

    Today Matt Cutts announced via Twitter that Google had taken action against a “large guest blog network”. Many have suspected that this mysterious guest blog network is This suspicion stems from the fact that the MBG website is no longer viewable in Google’s index when you type in any of the keywords associated with […]

  • Google Penalises Rap Genius – Offsite SEO Gone Wrong

    On Christmas day, Google penalised a large US-based lyrics website and removed its presence from the SERPs. John Marbach, the guy that exposed Rap Genius wrote an article on his blog entitled “RapGenius Growth Hack Exposed” detailing how Rap Genius had improved its search rankings by enticing bloggers to add linkbacks to Rap Genius’ website that […]

  • After just 10 days Rap Genius is back

    It’s taken just 10 days for annotation lyrics website, Rap Genius, to be allowed back into Google’s search results. On the 25 December, 2013 Rap Genius was penalised by Google for engaging in “link schemes”. In a long-winded blog post in Rap Genius’ news section, they described how they managed to get back into Google. […]

  • Lycos Shutting Down Email Service

    What would you do if your email account was closed down and all your emails were deleted? This is the situation that users of the Lycos email service are apparently facing next month after Lycos decided to shut down all unprofitable activities. People need to realise that webmail accounts are only as safe as the […]

  • Greedy BBC Blocks External Links

    In an outrageous act of selfishness and greed the BBC has decided to stop giving real links to the websites featured in the “Related Internet Links” section on the right hand side of each news story. Links from the BBC have, historically, been some of the most important links that a website can get and there can […]

  • Top websites ranked by Digg saturation

    Tracking the number of times a particular blog hits the Digg homepage isn’t really a great indicator of popularity. Some Digg stories get a couple of hundred Diggs while others are far more popular and attract several thousand. Luckily Google offers a simple way to measure the overall popularity of a site with the Digg […]

  • Advanced Use of Google Analytics and the new interface

    Advanced Use of Google Analytics and the new interface

    Since Google Analytics was launched in 2005 it has become one of the top analytics packages for small to medium sized websites. Growth was initially slow due to the frustrating waiting list system initiated by Google to avoid over stretching their servers. Now that the waiting list has been removed anybody can sign up to […]