Posts tagged "google"
The Great Google+ Swindle

The Great Google+ Swindle

Do you want to use Google+? The answer is probably a resounding "no!" But thanks to Eric Schmidt and leading bloggers, you'll feel like you have to. Welcome to the great Google+ swindle.
An Open Letter to Google on the Subject of Social Search

An Open Letter to Google on the Subject of Social Search

Dear Google, It's me, Andrew. I know that we haven't always seen eye-to-eye, especially when it comes to your muppet fixation and your inexplicable need to give me yet more buttons to click, but I really need to tell you something.
Is Social Media Entering the Era of Zero Tolerance?

Is Social Media Entering the Era of Zero Tolerance?

How much of your time is spent on social networking sites? With multiple networks to maintain, have you really got time to waste on frivolous or low-quality user accounts?
4 Reasons Google+ Will Be The Next Big Thing (and 1 Reason it Won't)

4 Reasons Google+ Will Be The Next Big Thing (and 1 Reason it Won’t)

Google+ (Google Plus) is going to be huge. I know, because I've seen it, and it's convinced me. But there's still one thing standing between Plus and greatness...
Google's Plus One - An Uninvited Guest At An Already Boring Party?

Google’s Plus One – An Uninvited Guest At An Already Boring Party?

Do you want to sit around for weeks waiting for someone to Google "Andrew Nattan thinks that Google +1 is a giant waste of time, space and energy"
SEO TLC – Giving Your Website a Valentine’s Gift

SEO TLC – Giving Your Website a Valentine’s Gift

It's Valentine's Day. But when it comes to your website, a bunch of roses and some petrol station chocolates won't get you far. No, if you want to show your site some love, you'll need to swap Tender Loving Care for Search Engine Optimisation.

Google Instant is the Death of…

It’s been a little over 24 hours, and Google Instant fear has swept the globe like a biblical plague. Far from just showing you results without you needing to hit search, this diabolical system has a 100% fatality rate for pretty much anything you care to mention. Are you at risk from this destroyer of...

Laura Wilde Bings and Decides

You can’t have missed Microsoft’s media offensive. Magazines, TV Adverts and Xbox Live are singing the praises of Bing – the search engine successor to MSN Live Search. From every street corner and every television set, they’re calling upon the people to Bing and Decide. What Microsoft hope is that people will try Bing once...

Is Google Automatically “Correcting” English Spelling?

All the buzz surrounding Google today is concerning the fact that they’re attempting to play hard ball with the Chinese government, and the havoc caused by the imminence of the caffeine update. What only a few souls have noticed is that Google are attempting to force American spellings onto an unsuspecting British populace.  

Android Apps I Just Couldn’t Live Without

Over the past few months, I’ve noticed that I’m using my mobile phone (HTC Hero, if you care) more for surfing the internet than I do for making calls and sending texts. This is either representative of a shift in the way people use the internet, or just conclusive proof that I don’t have many...

SEO in 2010 – A Five Step Primer

Get up to speed with what you need to know if you're planning on doing any SEO in 2010. These five steps won't teach you everything you'll need to know, but they'll help you get started.

Five Wildly Inaccurate Social Media Predictions for 2010

Lock your doors and windows before Google's Thought Police arrest your children. Be quiet though - don't forget to mute the notification sounds on your Twitter App.