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twitter gets tough on online abuse

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Twitter allows users to mute content

Social media is very popular and many would agree that it’s rise is continuing. The problem with this is that the more people who use and engage with these kinds of facilities, the more they have to appeal to an ever-growing audience. Recognising the fact that audience demographic and subsequent requirements are different for all, […]

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The rise of untrue stories and news online

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Can Google stop fake news in its search results?

It is ironic that in the word ‘believe’ is ‘lie.’ You may have heard about this issue which has been in the news a lot lately, especially following the recent US election. The issue concerns what someone may read on the internet and whether this content or news is actually a fact or fiction. Just […]

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Steps to follow after an algorithm alteration

Dealing with algorithmic change

Many times each year Google decides to implement changes that will potentially affect you and your website. We have reported on many of these over the last few months and years, including the most recent penguin update which we mentioned in one of our articles last month. However, what we haven’t done yet is to […]

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bitcoin accepted

In Front Digital now accepts Bitcoin as Payment

We have been following the trend and usage of cryptocurrencies over the past 18 months and acknowledge it is gaining in popularity and use and we want to be the first to bring this option to local businesses that are operating in the Midlands area. Our research showed that no current Midlands based digital marketing […]

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A potential loophole in the https system.

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A benefit of https with non status

In a previous article we have explored what https is and the difference between the ‘s’ and none ‘s’ counterpart. The article can be reviewed here. The crux of the article (and indeed the whole point about a https site) is that the site is supposed to be secure and so it would gain a […]

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mobile search changes

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Mobile V Desktop search – round 2?

Over the past year or so we have been reporting on the changing behaviour of users when they search using Google. Initially desktop search was the most popular, but as we have seen in recent times from our previous articles we can see that actually mobile search has overtaken desktop. Today this continues to be […]

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