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Max Brockbank
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Big geek. Happily married, kids, cat. Big time SEO bluffer. Corporate whore. Not selling anything. Trivia, rambles, URLs, irony. Don't get me started ...
Big geek. Happily married, kids, cat. Big time SEO bluffer. Corporate whore. Not selling anything. Trivia, rambles, URLs, irony. Don't get me started ...

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Holding page for new Florida-based Orange Security. No launch date set

If anyone cares to upgrade a resonator at Royal Church of Scotland, Crown Court, Covent Garden, I'll leave a little gift. Anxious this package doesn't get into the "wrong" hands. 8^)

Hello London ENL. Fighting for the cause in Covent Garden for a couple of months now, in particular The Church of Scotland & Freemasons Hall. Amazing how addictive this becomes.

Still, at least it's encouraged me to get out of the office at lunchtimes.

30k AP from Level 7. How did that happen?

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Can anyone solve an htaccess problem? http://stackoverflow.com/q/31158194/5068993?sgp=2

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After LogMeIn went nuclear, thank heavens for TeamViewer

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This is one radical Meuller to watch: seemingly, he's taken on the whole link-building industry.

Unsurprisingly, the link builders are pushing back in all the comment columns they can find, but I can't see what Meuller – or Google – have to gain by repeatedly telling us that links are a depreciating asset, unless there's some truth in the idea.

Big G appreciate that the whole pattern of internet use is changing away from websites and directories to many more transitory indications such as social sharing. Why would they continue to hang on to the old wisdom if its very basis was slipping away from them?

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An intelligent assessment of SEO as it is, not as we'd like it to be. Certainly a good primer for any client who's still obsessed with links.

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The article makes clear this is a not a new idea – which it most definitely isn't – but it is past high time that SEO agencies cottoned on to PR-based campaigns.

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All you need to know about London Fashion Week
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