The campaign for US Presidential candidate Barak Obama has officially announced that it is using online document repository Scribd to house all documentation and public policy pledges. This would enable supporters and the media the ability to access official docs released by the campaign team … read more »
Getting a position on the first page of Google is tough, very tough. How many millions of similar businesses are out there? How many people are looking for the best quality offers? And how can I make more business from my website?
A strong level of natural search optimization techniques can bring … read more »
Around 2 Million computers worldwide have been infected with a virus (trojan) called Asprox. It allows web cheats to steal personal information while people are surfing the web. The bug invisibly redirects computers to a new website, allowing the thieves to download security information.
It is … read more »
Marketing guru Seth Godin has just posted a very concise explanation of the Long Tail theory and the Dip (both of which he has written excellent books about). These are the kind of books and theories that anyone thinking of launching a web based / mass market product or business should read and … read more »
BT yesterday announced plans to invest Â£1.5 billion in fibre-optic cables, providing supersonic speeds for the majority of the country.
Speeds of upto 100MBps will be achieved, and it looks like new-builds will be the first to benefit from the scheme. By 2012, BT are hoping that over 10 … read more »
One of the biggest changes in recent years to the way in which we design and layout our websites is just about to hit home. Last week Adobe announced that they have licensed new technology to Google and Yahoo that will allow both Search Engines to index some Flash content. This is a major shake up … read more »
Mozilla have finally released their latest version of the popular browser Firefox (over a year and a half since the last version 2 was let out of the box).
We’ve been having a play around and it seems to be fairly sturdy. Early reviews from here at Score Towers are that the interface is … read more »
Following a number of clients complaining that their email has started to throw up a 553 error, we’ve conducted a little research and found that BT broadband are to blame (shock!).
Customers who don’t use an @btinternet.com address are basically being forced to jump through hoops to … read more »
All small businesses should be embracing online marketing. Here, our resident SEO consultant Leon Bailey Green, looks at the five benefits of embarking on an SEO campaign:
It’s all very well having a fantastic looking website but if nobody’s going to see it … read more »
Chris Clark had no idea that when he purchased pizza.com he’d find himself such a tasty deal. Sure, he must have thought he’d make a nice little profit but was he aware that he’d have an anonymous bidder pay ÃÂ£1,300,000 for the domain? I think not. Chris had purchased the … read more »
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