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Feb

27th

Google Updates “Define:” Search Operator

Today, we noticed some changes to the way in which Google displays results whilst using the “define:” operator. For those of you who don’t know, a search operator is a function you can use to trigger or filter your search results using some additional words and symbols in conjunction with your search term. A common...

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Nov

1st

Android Kitkat 4.4 Brings Challenges to Local SEO and Call Tracking

The hottest news in town from the past 24 hours must be the launch of the latest Google device: the Nexus 5. And the much anticipated Android Katkit 4.4. As excited as any Nexus fans out there, I ordered one as soon as it became available in the  Google Play store. Reading through the feature...

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Oct

10th

Receptional nominated for 3 UK Search Awards

Great news at Receptional Towers. We are delighted to have been nominated in three categories in the 2013 UK Search Awards. The awards, run by Don’t Panic, celebrate all that’s best in the digital marketing sphere. We will be competing in the Best Blog and Best Integrated Campaign categories. And our link building whizzkid, James...

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Sep

13th

198 Tips, Tricks And Best Bits From BrightonSEO

We’ve been at BrightonSEO – where the hell were you? Yes, the Receptional team has been breathing in the sea air and basking fleetingly in the meagre seaside sun at this year’s BrightonSEO. If you couldn’t make it, don’t worry. We’ve compiled a set of top tips from all of the speakers. Topics covered included,...

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Sep

11th

Is Google Testing A New Feature For Local Search Results

Those of you with a keen eye on SERPs may have noticed a very subtle change to how Google is compiling and presenting its local search results, but it isn’t displaying all of the time, so I suspect Google is once again going through a testing phase. It seems that for some searches, Google is...

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Sep

10th

Take Ownership Of Your Content: Treats From Google Plus Developers

The Google Plus Platform blog revealed not one, but two awesome updates to Google+ features which will help you gain greater ownership of your content across the web. The first: Author attribution From today, Google is integrating more web platforms in to its Google+ Sign in Authorship programme. So if you’re a user of WordPress...

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Sep

6th

Yahoo!’s 30 days of new logos

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Sep

6th

Yahoo! unveils new logo

Yahoo! have finally published their new logo after a thirty day wait that included a new logo for each day. The new Yahoo! logo still retains some of the old features – the white and purple colours and the exclamation mark.  The registered trademark symbol has been dropped however. This is the first time that...

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Aug

20th

Marketing Week Live 2013 Takeaways Part 2: Integration, integration, integration

As a follow up to my previous blog post, Marketing in the Moment, here is my second takeaway from the Marketing Week Live 2013: An overriding need to integrate the different specialisms within a Digital Agency in order to provide the best solution to a client’s need. The term ‘silos’ is often used in digital...

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Aug

8th

Yahoo to display a new logo a day for 30 days

Yahoo! Inc. have announced they will be unveiling a brand new logo. Over the years, the Yahoo! logo has remained very similar; essentially the only previous difference has been a colour change from red to purple. The announcement made on their Tumblr account states the unveiling will be made at midnight Eastern Time, USA on...

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