The world we live in today is constantly changing, especially when it comes to SEO techniques. These techniques shift very fast and it is not easy to keep up with all the changes. Read more »
When Two Become One: What You Need To Know About Direct Traffic And Organic
When it comes to Search Engine Optimisation (or Search Engine Marketing as it can be called sometimes) it has long been assumed that Organic traffic trumps Direct. Read more »
Walking to SEO Manchester HQ. This week, we have noticed some unusual things in Manchester City Centre. The traditional shop displays have been replaced with witches, skeletons and other spooky items. Pumpkins have been spotted scattered randomly in several trees. Even the infamous Manchester Town Hall clock and building have been turned into a slimy green colour. All of these signs can only mean one thing – the return of Halloween!
Happy 19th! Google Celebrates Yet Another Landmark Birthday
It has often been said that the concept of time takes on an entirely different meaning when referring to the digital domain. However, this has never been the case in regards to Google. This SEO supergiant has become the mainstay for billions of users and millions of websites from around the world. It is therefore quite amazing to realise that Google is now celebrating 19 years on the Internet. Read more »
Why Google wants you to use voice search instead of your fingers for their search app
Who remembers Trigger Happy TV on Channel Four? A long running joke of Dom Joly’s television comedy series features a giant mobile phone. Shaped like a 1980s cellular phone, we saw the comedian shouting into his handset. He would spout out random bits of nonsense or state the obvious from the top of his voice. If Channel Four were to commission a new series, he could be doing the same with Google’s Voice Search facility. Read more »
Why updating your PC is more important than ever due to WannaCry
Over the last three months, one form of ransomware has dominated the computing scene more than most. That of WannaCry, also known as WCry and WannaCrypt. It has been traced from North Korea and the USA. In May, it affected 47 NHS organisations, with the source of the National Health Service’s attack being the USA’s National Security Agency’s spying tools.
In the first of a series of posts related to our clients, we look at our most prestigious one to date
Where would we be without cardboard? How would Net Sixty Six SEO be able to store odd computer cables and kettle leads? Could you imagine a world without cardboard tubes? We wouldn’t be able to ourselves. Without Romiley Board Mill, there would be a plethora of packaging problems (and the Royal Mail wouldn’t be too pleased).
Net Sixty Six SEO stands together with the people of Manchester
Last night, you will have heard about the horrific events at Manchester Arena. Before 10.33 pm, 19,000 people had just seen Ariana Grande’s concert. Many of them were children and teenagers; for some people, this was their first arena gig.
Why online reviews have shifted the balance of consumer power
Everybody knows this well worn rule:
- The Customer is always right;
- If the Customer is wrong, please refer to Rule 1.
Whether in the queue at your favourite sandwich shop or on a certain multinational online bookshop, the maxim rings true to this day. The most tacit form can be seen in online reviews. Some of which may be truthful; others could be spiteful critique, designed to belittle rival businesses. Truthful or otherwise, the purchaser is swayed by the reviews; especially if the reviewer gives a star rating for their product or service. Read more »
Fact Check feature introduced to counter spread of fake news stories
Hands up who used to have a paper round? All these mornings or evenings carrying The Daily Telex or The Daily Moon to the top of the world? Sometimes, disgruntled of 56 Rochdale Road would give you an ear bashing over her missing copy of Yesterday. Ah, those were the days where yesterday’s fake news would become chip paper. On the internet, things are different: tomorrow’s chip paper is still on the internet. Five years on. Or longer.