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How to Use jQuery without Compromising SEO Performance

How to Use jQuery without Compromising SEO Performance

Kirby provides a sneak peek into our new white paper on best practices for using jQuery without compromising SEO performance. [...more]

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Sneak Peek: Driving SEO Performance with CSS

Sneak Peek: Driving SEO Performance with CSS

Kirby provides a sneak peek into The Search Agency's newest white paper on using CSS to drive SEO performance. [...more]

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Grant’s Rants: Hey Matt, Be Careful What You Ask For…

Grant’s Rants: Hey Matt, Be Careful What You Ask For…

In this week's episode, Grant is ranting about the recent suggestions webmasters gave in response to Matt Cutts' asking for Google's Webmaster Tools' improvements. Among the most common suggestions from webmasters was better control of sitelinks selection. However, Grant suggests that increased control over sitelinks would result in decreased user experience and potentially lazy webmasters. [...more]

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Let’s Talk About #FacebookHashtags

Let’s Talk About #FacebookHashtags

Our resident social media expert, David Carrillo, weighs in on Facebook's recent introduction of hashtags and what this could mean for social media marketing and user experience. [...more]

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The New Google Results Page – A Better User Experience?

The New Google Results Page – A Better User Experience?

If you used Google at all today then you probably noticed that something looked slightly different. If you have a keen eye like me, then you already know the look and feel of our search results have changed – rather dramatically. [...more]

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Understanding Customers and Learning from…Apple??

Understanding Customers and Learning from…Apple??

The traditional client/agency discussion often leaves something out – the customer. What lessons can digital marketers learn from customer-centric companies such as Apple to bring valued innovation to their target markets? [...more]

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Targeting Monkeys Through Cool Website Design and a Big Red Fez

Targeting Monkeys Through Cool Website Design and a Big Red Fez

Web design isn't for the faint of heart or unprepared. Giving users multiple choice navigation doesn't mean they'll be endeared to your online business for life. Dont treat your users like monkeys in a test lab! [...more]

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