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Dave Fowler
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SEO based in Gloucester
SEO based in Gloucester

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Added photos to Ingress: Gloucester Starburst.
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The new home for my growing library of History In Numbers websites. New sites will be added here as they are published. #history   #teaching   #teachers   #education   #educational   #resources  
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Latest website just launched in my 'history by the numbers' series, this one on the Black Death of 1346 to 1353 #history    #blackdeath   #plague   #pestilence   #teachers   #teaching   #research   #reference   #resources  
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One of my new 'history by the numbers' websites. During the Great Fire of London, 80% of London's population were made homeless, and 13,200 houses were destroyed  #history   #london   #teaching   #resources   #research  
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Currently doing keyword research for a new website about the life of Oliver Cromwell, and using the Google keyword tool to research search terms related to 'hung, drawn and quartered'. Getting suggestions such as 'well hung' and 'hung like a horse'. No, no, Google, it's not that kind of website. #keywordresearch   #keywords    #seo   #cromwell
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My new Stonehenge website. Any feedback warmly welcomed. #stonehenge   #history
Stonehenge Facts
Stonehenge Facts
stonehengefacts.net
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It's here again... #talklikeapirateday

So you might be needing a name...

http://piratenames.co.uk

#talklikeapirate
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piratenames.co.uk
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Hi all, does anyone know of any research/insightful commentary specifically (or prominently) looking at messages displayed when someone views an empty basket page?

Our own currently states nothing more compelling than "Your basket is empty", and I want to test other approaches, such as calls to action, maybe even humour.

Anything you can point me at would be warmly welcomed.
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