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Jan

9th

A blogger’s resolution. Don’t blog often, comment often!

Many bloggers began 2012 with a common new year’s resolution – blog more often. For some, this has meant setting out a specific timescale – blogging Tuesdays and Thursdays perhaps. For some, this means blogging at least once a day, without fail. “Yes, regular thought leadership – that’s what my blog needs!” The rise of...

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Jan

6th

The Perils of Google’s Soft 404 Detection

A soft 404 is basically an error page with the technical part wrong (the error code). I’ll save you the tech stuff, which Google themselves explain well enough.  So, when Google visits a page, it checks for common words used to denote an error page – "page not found" "error", “missing” and similar. Historically, this...

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Dec

23rd

Guest Post: Use Site Acceleration to Increase Your Search Engine Rankings and eCommerce Revenue

Guest Post by David Henzel Learn how to use site acceleration to convert more people and make more money! I was shopping for a watch yesterday, and I found an affiliate marketing site selling every type of watch under the Sun. It was well-optimized for searches for specific types of watches, so it showed up...

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Dec

22nd

Our Holiday Opening Times

Friday 23rd – 9:00 – 17:00 Saturday 24th – CLOSED Sunday 25th – CLOSED Monday 26th – CLOSED – Bank holiday Tuesday 27th – CLOSED – Bank holiday Wednesday 28th – 9:00 – 17:00 Thursday 29th – 9:00 – 17:00 Friday 30th – CLOSED Saturday 31st – CLOSED Sunday 1st – CLOSED Monday 2nd –...

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Dec

16th

Most Common SEO Issues 2011 Countdown – Number One

It’s only just over a week away from Christmas, snow has settled outside the Receptional offices and we’ve reached the final instalment of our Top Five Most Common SEO Issues as Seen by Receptional in 2011 list. For any latecomers, the title will have given it away but we’ve been counting down the most common...

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Dec

15th

Most Common SEO Issues 2011 Countdown – Number Two

It’s Thursday, and this is number two on our Top Five Most Common SEO Issues as Seen by Receptional in 2011 list. Previous issues making the countdown were Titles & Meta Elements, Content and XML Sitemaps, which are all worth checking out, if I do say so myself. Der Der Der Dun-Dun-Dun, Der Der Dun...

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Dec

14th

Most Common SEO Issues 2011 Countdown – Number Three

Welcome readers to the midway point in our weeks countdown of the Top Five Most Common SEO Issues as Seen by Receptional in 2011. If you were unfortunate enough to miss numbers four and five of the countdown, don’t worry, dry those tears, here they are: Number Four – Content Number Five – XML Sitemaps...

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Dec

14th

Facebook preparing mobile advertising platform

Already with over 800 million active users, Facebook is focusing heavily on mobile technology in 2012, according to two unnamed individuals cited in Bloomberg yesterday evening. Facebook is putting together a mobile advertising offering that will be launched by the end of March 2012, consisting initially of sponsored stories ads, which feature individuals’ Facebook interactions...

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Dec

13th

Most Common SEO Issues 2011 Countdown – Number Four

Welcome to the second instalment in our Top Five Most Common SEO Issues as Seen by Receptional in 2011. For anyone who missed yesterday’s blog, the premise of this countdown is to highlight common SEO problems – the issues we see time and time again on the vast majority of websites. Number five in our...

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Dec

12th

Most Common SEO Issues 2011 Countdown – Number Five

It’s that time of year again, aromas of spruce trees, turkey and brandy soaked puddings caress cold noses, blinking lights adorn our streets & houses, lofty voices send carols spilling from warmly lit churches and bloggers sit hunched over keyboards, tinsel reflecting in their monitors as they fervently hammer away posting end of year lists....

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