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Would you like to live in Google city?

It sounds a bit far-fetched or over the top –  a city where everything is Google. Whilst this is just talk and a fantasy at the moment, there are signs that something resembling this concept could actually become true! Google are planning to build a city (or rather it seems ‘take over’ a city – […]

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An update: Google does take ‘enforcement’ action

A few weeks ago in one of our postings, we told you about how Google had issued warnings to people who linked to websites where they had received free products from (without nofollow links.) You can see the full posting at [http://www.weareinfront.com/acknowledging-gifts-the-google-way/] In short, Google was keen to implement this because they felt they needed […]

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Search behaviour 2016

You might remember from last year that there was plenty of talk, postings and commentary about the decline in desktop searching with the apparent rise of mobile searching in its place. Given that mobiles today are far advanced, and you can do many things on them (as you can on your desktop PC) this is […]

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Acknowledging your ‘gifts’ the Google way

This news item concerns bloggers, and when they receive free gifts in return for a review being written about them. Google has issued guidelines for these types of postings to ensure the bloggers do not get penalised. They include: 1)  Using a no follow link if they are deciding to connect to the company in […]

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Mobilegeddon: an update and a warning?

We so loved the title “mobilegeddon” that we were hoping it would come around again for another mention and yes, it has! It was one of the main SEO stories we remember from 2015 and you may think back to postings from us such as (http://www.weareinfront.com/mobile-friendly-ranking-launch/) when there was a flurry of activity and interest […]

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Kiddle for Kids

For whatever exists in life there is always normally an adult and a childrens version. If visiting a restaurant, there is an adults and kids menu for example. This all recognises that children are special, and so need catering for in a specific and different way to adults. Google has finally recognised this and has […]

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