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Clever Link Request Scam

Posted by Michael Bloch in web marketing (Wednesday August 21, 2013 )

I read an interesting link request today that wasn’t all that it seemed. (more…)


Consumers Cool With Retargeting

Posted by Michael Bloch in web marketing (Sunday August 18, 2013 )

An increasing number of consumers are aware of retargeting – and most don’t mind it. (more…)


A Rethink On Email Subject Line Length

Posted by Michael Bloch in web marketing (Monday August 12, 2013 )

I’ve developed a new habit when scanning through the many emails I receive; one I didn’t realise I had picked up until today – and its changing my thinking about subject line length. (more…)


Google Authorship ‘Theft’ Impacting Rankings?

Posted by Michael Bloch in web marketing (Saturday August 10, 2013 )

Google’s Authorship feature may be having some nasty effects. (more…)


Google Updates ‘Link Scheme’ Definitions

Posted by Michael Bloch in web marketing (Saturday August 3, 2013 )

Building links? You probably want to be aware of some changes Google has made to how it defines a ‘link scheme’. (more…)


Oz Biz Encouraged To Bypass Geoblocks

Posted by Michael Bloch in online world (Monday July 29, 2013 )

We live in the lucky country – unless you’re buying certain types of software; downloading tunes or streaming movies. (more…)


Don’t ask dumb-ass questions

Posted by Michael Bloch in ecommerce (Sunday July 28, 2013 )

They say there’s no such thing as silly questions. There are when it comes to customer support. (more…)


Ad Spend Per User

Posted by Michael Bloch in web marketing (Sunday July 21, 2013 )

How much are advertisers collectively spending to reach each US online user annually? (more…)


The End Of The Telegram? Not Quite

Posted by Michael Bloch in online world (Monday July 15, 2013 )

Good riddance to an antiquated communications method or misty eyed nostalgia? – a bit of both I guess. (more…)


Die, Infographics – Die

Posted by Michael Bloch in web marketing (Saturday July 13, 2013 )

In 2011, I lamented infographics. Nothing has changed in nearly two years and I had hoped they would be a threatened species by now. (more…)