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Google’s step up on the fake news problem

It is ironic that in the word ‘believe’ is ‘lie’! Fake news has become something of a thing which has constantly been referred to in the media, and something which has been on the increase through 2016 and into 2017. In the most high profile of circumstances you will probably remember it from the American […]

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Report shows website hacking on the increase

If you own a website or have a business which runs and relies on promoting your company through the web, then it is every webmasters nightmare to find out your security has been compromised in some way, and your website hacked. The thought of all the hard work, determination and effort you have put in […]

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The new Google AdWords Label

There seems to be changes occurring all the time across the Google network and interface, and you would be forgiven for not being able to track them all or follow up what is new currently. Recently there has been a fairly big change occurred which is related to the layout of the search results. The […]

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DMOZ has now finally stopped

In some recent news we can confirm that as of 14th March 2017, DMOZ has stop working as an entity after nearly two decades. DMOZ was a directory which was special because it used humans to try and organise information. Now the emphasis is very much on machine organisation and as we move further into […]

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Google now displays how busy a location is

It’s well known that we all hate queuing, wasting time, being in some place when we could be doing something else etc. Brits are amongst some of the worst people in the world that this applies to. However, thanks to a new addition to Google searches, all those things might be something of the past, […]

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Google Projected to Own 80% Of Search Ad Market by 2019

In 2016, Google held 75.8% of the search ad market and in 2017 they are currently holding on to 77.8%, but according to researchers eMarketer this is predicted to increase to 80% by 2019. Due to this increase it is projected that Google’s competitors including Microsoft, Yelp and AOL are going to lose significant ad […]

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