Google launched Panda 4.1 on September 25th, 2014 and coincidentally traffic to two of my sites was up considerably over the following days.
SEO is a never end race against competitors and Google but one I’ve so far had a fair bit of luck with but now its time for a real challenge.
It’s been a while since I launched a new website and I’ve been looking for a new direction and so after a lot of research I’m pleased to unveil PersonalTrainerMentor.org – a site for anyone interested in how to become… Continue Reading
I’ve recently refreshed the website for a local (Guildford) food bank. The need for food banks, even in a prosperous town like Guildford, is staggering, with part of the site update to include additional food banks now opening up nearby. See… Continue Reading
I love WordPress, or more precisely, I love its modular nature. With it’s plugin nature, the core platform can be expanded with for example, plugins to help improve your articles for social media, automatically promote them and then monitor their… Continue Reading
Just before the excellent Web Perf Day in London (5th October) my favourite online image optimiser Smush.IT disappeared.
Search engine optimization, getting to that critical top spot in Google, is in many respects the snake-oil industry of the modern era.
While I’ve worked on some big e-commerce websites I’ve never created my own from scratch but had a lot of ideas I wanted to try out. So, with a bit of spare time on my hands I’ve set out to… Continue Reading
Hidden, snuggled, behind the High Street of a busy seaside town on the Southern Coast of Kent is a curious, weather beaten, round shaped building. To the unknowing, its solid but tired exterior gives little away but look across it… Continue Reading
Firmly with my engineering hat on, I recently got my hands on O’Reilly’s Network Warrior a book that every IT pro should have.