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The Seductive Art of Blog Commenting

The Seductive Art of Blog Commenting

It's that time of year when everyone's thoughts turn to hooking up, getting together and making a sweet, sweet partnership. For bloggers, that means only one thing...
Why I'm Giving Up on Social Sharing Sites

Why I’m Giving Up on Social Sharing Sites

Community. Sharing. Social. These unfortunates are just three of the buzz words that have been ruthlessly stripped of all meaning by the internet.
I Don't Care What Colour Your Hat Is, Ignoring Content Is No Laughing Matter

I Don’t Care What Colour Your Hat Is, Ignoring Content Is No Laughing Matter

According to Kris, White Hat SEO is a joke, and good content is a rip-off. Well, sorry Kris. I'm not laughing.
Peeking Round the Paywall - Is The Times Being Very Canny?

Peeking Round the Paywall – Is The Times Being Very Canny?

Could the seemingly regular downtime suffered by The Times' paywall be a clever marketing tactic? Andrew certainly thinks so, and the evidence is mounting.
So, You Want To Be A Writer?

So, You Want To Be A Writer?

So, you want to be a writer? But what exactly do you want to write? Thanks to the Unmemorable Title "So You Want To Be A Writer?" flowchart, you'll know just what path to follow.
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.
Unmemorable Title - Now 100% Shinier

Unmemorable Title – Now 100% Shinier

Unmemorable Title - fresher, shinier and less horribly ugly than before. And to celebrate, Andy's unleashed a cavalcade of cliches to upset and dismay you.

Can You Afford To Use These Strapline and Headline Cliches?

Straplines. Some people are brilliant at them. They just leap out of bed thinking "Where do you want to go today? Premier Inn? Everything's premier but the price. Just do it! I'm lovin' it." I am not one of those people.

Four Things to Celebrate This Manchester Day

Most of you will be aware that today is Father’s Day (if not, I advise making a quick apologetic phone call before reading on), but it’s been brought to my attention that 20/6/10 marks the first ever “Manchester Day” As I’m always one for marking ridiculous holidays that’ve been made up by tourist boards and...

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.

The Problem With Social Media? You’re Doing It Wrong.

The above may seem like a sweeping statement, but the more social media comes into the mainstream, the more the original reasons we signed up become lost.
Five Copywriting Mistakes To Infuriate Readers

Five Copywriting Mistakes To Infuriate Readers

Do blunders make your blood boil, or do you sympathise with the slipups of simpletons? Either way, you'll be familiar with these five copy mistakes