EU Privacy Directive – Google Analytics Cookies Minimally Intrusive & Unlikely To Get You Into Trouble



Worried about the new EU Privacy directive, cookies and what it means for Google Analytics on your website? There’s been some new clarification today from the UK Government. “We talked about cookies (how could we not?) but we didn’t get hung up on them – other relevant technologies e.g. HTML5 Local Storage and web beacons […]

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A Real Google Friendly Website in 2012?



An alternative look at Google Webmaster guidelines, with the leaked quality raters handbook in mind, and over ten years experience ranking web pages in Google (the site that – probably – sends you 90% of your search engine traffic) … I actually started writing this a while ago…. but seeing as Seo Book has a […]

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Free SEO Audit Puke



Update 2014 – This post was published over 2 years ago – and that’s a long time in seo. Google has since released aggressive spam algorithms to deal with some of the practices I discuss in this post. making some of my complaints less relevant in 2014. The subject of this post (at the time) […]

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Google Analytics Keyword Not Provided



Hmmm…. this isn’t good. Google will now begin encrypting searches that people do by default, if they are logged into Google.com already through a secure connection. The change to SSL search also means that sites people visit after clicking on results at Google will no longer receive “referrer” data that reveals what those people searched […]

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Daily Mail DELETES FAKE Amanda Knox Guilty Story!



The Daily Mail, as expected, DELETED their fake Amanda Knox story lol :) See the highlights to remember from this fake Amanda Knox story? :D

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