Nicola Thompson

The importance of optimising metadata for SEO

In the first of our series of client spotlights, we take a look at the metadata strategies that matter, and find out how global information technology firm HP has optimised its metadata for enhanced SEO.

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Simon Lande

Why are broken links still so widespread?

Websites have been plagued with broken links since the dawn of the internet age. And despite huge advances in technology, it’s an issue that continues to have a serious impact on customer experience, as well as a negative impact on SEO. The prevalence of broken links doesn’t make users forgiving of them. Encountering broken links …

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Tim Woodall

Refresh your SEO strategy this summer

As well as sunbathing and sports, summer is a great time for fresh ideas. I’ve noticed quite a few articles lately about refreshing your SEO strategy – they make a great starting point for adding some fresh impetus to your efforts. For those who want to refine and build on their existing SEO programme, Mark …

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Nicola Thompson

Not so Flash anymore

The death knell has been pealing for Flash for some time now, but there have been a few developments over the past six months which suggest HTML5 is on the brink of a takeover. Earlier this year, Google’s beta of Chrome for Android was released without support for Flash. Meanwhile, Adobe followed up abandoning its …

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Sonia Ramdhian

Using ActiveStandards to create a structured internship programme

It’s summer – a season characterised for many organisations by the arrival of office interns. This can be a refreshing and enjoyable experience for your team – and a great opportunity for someone hoping to forge a career in your industry. At the same time, structuring the internship and making sure both your organisation and …

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