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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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Paid ads a priority?

Open up a Google search window on the desktop and type in something generic. Have a look at our example below, we have gone with “holidays”: What do you notice – or more precisely, what do you notice that is different? The answer is with respect to the paid adverts. Previously these appeared on the […]

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Should you practice what you preach?

We all know the answer to this of course, but just because this is so, it doesn’t mean it is always true or happens in practice. We know that the Google search engine continually and constantly develops. In the last few years there has been a big push and drive to ensure websites are mobile […]

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A grade for Alphabet

Some interesting news has developed in the race to become the world’s most valuable, profitable and successful company. It has recently been announced that Alphabet (that is Google’s parent company incase you didn’t know) have overtaken Apple to claim this achievement. We all know and realise what a big organisation Apple is in its own […]

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Virtual reality ma’am?

Ever wanted to nose around the Queen’s house? Well now you can – well sort of, and the best encounter is reserved for students though. In a step forward and further enhancement in technology, Google has teamed up with the Royal Collection Trust (the organisation which manages all the old, royal buildings) to bring this […]

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