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Trick people's friends into thinking they have an STDs, are leaving their partner or looking for a new job.
Here's what Facebook's new timeline beta looks like ... (Update: read about how you exploit the activity stream to make your friends look like murdering, adulterous, job-changing, STD-riddled nerds).
A unique image that sums you up.
Guardian journalists get author profile pictures in search results without applying the markup. I doubt Google will do that for your site ...
It turns out that you can dominate Google's search results in the short term via duplicate content - and here's the explanation, based on a talk I'm giving at Brighton SEO.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has rejected my complaint about the Press Complaints Commission (PCC) advertising itself as independent.
I don't consider the PCC to be independent because it is "charged with enforcing the Code of ...
Google+ links are also much more visible
This may just be an experiment but Google appears to have reduced the size of the publication name in its news search results.
I've neglected my blog lately due to illness and overwork. Sorry. But here's a guest post from James Fryer who launched regional online magazine SoGlos.com, which celebrates its fourth birthday this week. To celebrate, he's sharing ...
Google's new analytics benchmarking newsletter has some global stats about bounce rates.
The mobile version of Google seems to have a fancy new layout. It's all go today what with Google Plus and web fonts v2 and a funny black bar across the top ... Here's how the new mobile layout looks.
Backed by HSBC, Microsoft, Ofcom as well ...
It's a simple question. What's the answer?
Worried that implementing the EU cookie directive is like telling your website viewers to sod off? Here are some examples of sites who have implemented it.
Google has launched its +1 button and thrown its grammar book out the window.
Fred Goodwin allegedly had an affair and although publishing the woman's name is forbidden by an injunction, Google is autosuggesting it ...
How much privacy has the injunction footballer got left after all the rumours on Twitter and hints on newspaper sites?
When I search for Flickr, I see the Flickr user profiles of people I'm apparently connected to in my Google social circle (well, I recognise 3 of the 4, anyway).
Interesting use of different headlines on the Daily Mail today to solve the problem of how to optimise for the high-volume search term "Pippa Middleton's arse".
Google is no longer suggesting Pippa Middleton's arse when you start to type her name in its search box.
Even worse, it's now suggesting Pippa Middleton underwear pictures, SHOWN HERE, after a photo of her in ...
The Express newspaper has cocked up its implementation of the rel=canonical command SO BADLY that it has created an infinite number of duplicate webpages ... many of which now have links from elsewhere on the internet.