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Bye Bye Flash…

Difficult to see how Flash can remain relevant to any platform without mobile support… Article from Wired detailing the demise of the platform that brought motion to the web… Read the Article Back to blog / Back to Evisible

Does Google like it when you SEO your Site?

From the horses mouth… Matt Cutts’ presentation on Google’s attitude to SEO… Back to blog / Back to Evisible

Grow Email Lists from Facebook

Social Media Marketeers using Facebook for corporate communications can now use their Facebook Profiles to collect email and preference information about visitors to their FB pages… Article from Clickz Back to blog / Back to Evisible

‘Instant’ food for thought

Impact of Google’s shiny new ‘Instant’ SERPs on SEO and ‘Key Term Matching’ strategies for Adwords.

Google patent strategy and what it means

Article observing the seo lessons learned from Google’s patent strategy

Typosquater’s rights

Harvard research shows that Google and opportunist website owners are generating significant revenues from so-called ‘Typo-squating’ of mis-spelt domain names.

5 can’t-miss SEO trends

Search is what you want right now. Search is watching, listening, and talking. Search isn’t just for text anymore; keeping an eye on the latest trends in this ever-changing field (and truly understanding those trends) is your key to the intent-driving kingdom.

Keep up, Google to rank sites by speed.

Over the course of 2009, a consistent theme that Google has been involved with is that of speed. In announcement after announcement, Google has talked about the importance of speed on the web, and how the company wants to do everything it can to make the web a faster place.

Online kills the video (well TV) Star.

Advertising budgets have finally jumped to Online with Internet advertising revenue now outstripping TV

7 questions to ask your web designer

Websites are not primarily about how beautiful they are or how well they express branding elements — they are about effectively communicating content.