Updating our Calendar

A couple of weeks ago we launched our Google Update Calendar. We built it to become a resource for ourselves, our clients and anyone else that happens to find it so that they can keep up with any updates Google makes to its search algorithm.

It also helps users go back through time and match a specific update to a time where they began to lose traffic and rankings. This provides SEO’s or clients alike a starting point in discovering what issues their site might have and how to rectify them.

So we launched our Google Update Calendar and …

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Our Need for Speed: Part 2

Last week I wrote about our efforts in speeding up the David Naylor website in an attempt to get a perfect 100 out of 100 score on Google PageSpeed Insights (GPSI). We got close but we’re stuck on one last problem; server response time.

We’ve improved things a little since last week and now score 95 on mobile and 96 on desktop but still not perfect… yet.

After I wrote that post I put Dave’s site to one side while Ben took over to see what server improvements could be made and I moved onto the Bronco website to see …

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Announcing Bronco AdPauser – Automatically Pause Your Ads If Your Site Goes Down – FREE Downloadable AdWords Script

It also re-enables them when the site come back online too.

You may be familiar with the problem – your website goes down, usually at a inconvenient time such as on the weekend, in the evening or even during a busy day. As a result you’re rushed off your feet …

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Can a website ever be fast enough?

This week we decided to challenge ourselves to achieving a perfect 100 out of 100 score on Google PageSpeed Insights for davidnaylor.co.uk.

So far we’ve failed, but are happy to have moved much closer than the 70/100 for mobile and 81/100 for desktop that we started with a few …

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Keep Up To Date With Our Google Updates Calendar

One of the big changes that I have found with the introduction of Panda, Penguin and various other updates/penalties is that it is becoming more and more necessary to refer to some kind of calendar of updates and compare this to your organic traffic to see what updates you were …

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What to do when your split test is failing?

Every fibre of your being tells you that your split test results are wrong and the variation you’ve been running should be converting better than the original.

You’ve not just changed some small bits of copy or reorganised pre-existing content, you’ve built something brand new or included some new feature …

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Sales on Marks and Spencer website suffering after relaunch

It’s been announced in the news today that Marks & Spencer has experienced an 8.1% fall in sales on their website since a re-launch back in February.

Rumoured to have cost in the region of £150 million any drop in sales is clearly an embarrassment for M&S as well as …

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Case Study: Manual Action + Panda Recovery in 2014

This past year we’ve been working with a client to get them out of their manual action. We’d been working with them since June 2013, normally it takes us a couple of months to do a full link check, removal and disavow to get a penalty lifted, but sometimes clients …

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Forcing equal grid heights with JavaScript

Height has always been something of a problem in web design. There’s never been a very good way to have a grid list of items with equal height, not since the days of table based layouts.

Hard coding heights within CSS offered one solution but with Responsive Web Design and …

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Summer Festival Survival Guide

With festival season in full swing and Glastonbury kicking off this weekend we thought we’d put together a little guide for the festival virgins out there who so often find themselves unprepared for the challenges of camping in a field for 3 days.

With all the information readily to hand …

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