Category Archives: Search Engine Optimisation

BAD SEO: eSales Hub faking local relevance (transcript and updates)

I’m blogging about SEO for the first time in a long time, and yes, seeing as you ask, I do happen to be wearing my old arse-kicking boots today, thank you for noticing. There were so many screen captures involved … Continue reading

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Wonga.com are lying about student loans

Hi folks. I’m facing some delays on the Dorries matter (mainly waiting for evidence; the Met are 5 weeks late), but I’m sure we’ll be back on track shortly. In the meantime, here’s an open letter to loan company Wonga.com, … Continue reading

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Scaling

In the coming weeks and months, I am going to be writing quite a lot about a goal-oriented philosophy I have dubbed scaling. Several projects will be based on this same philosophy. For reasons that should become clear to you … Continue reading

Posted in Consume!, Humanity, Search Engine Optimisation | 1 Comment

Battle of the Tims

I’m doing my first ‘Pecha Kucha’ style presentation at an event in Guildford this evening but was in two minds about showing off the current status of one of my long-term search results. Being second to Tim Berners-Lee is one … Continue reading

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Atomic batteries to power. Turbines to speed.

Hi folks. Bit of an extraordinary post, this one. Apologies for bending your ear. After a rotten 18+ months facing some quite extraordinary harassment from a range of Conservative-aligned dastards and assorted supporting fruit-loops, I face one of my greatest … Continue reading

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The definition of relevance

The folks from Wordia asked me to choose a word and contribute to their project. I chose the word ‘relevance’, and this is the result: If it’s seems I’m pressing one factor over the other, it’s because validity of the … Continue reading

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What goes on in Google’s wasteland (and why you should care)

BBC – Michelle Obama racist image sparks Google apology: Google has apologised over a racially offensive picture of Michelle Obama which appears when users search for images of the US first lady. The image comes top of the Google Images … Continue reading

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My, my, my… look at all that lovely real estate

Below is what a search for ‘billy brit’ returned last night (and this morning’s results are even better). That’s near-total ownership; strong control of the brand in Google within a week, using just a few short minutes of video, and … Continue reading

Posted in Search Engine Optimisation, Tolerance | 4 Comments

That’s the way you do it

Take a look at the real estate that’s now under the control of those offering an alternative view to that put forward by the BNP though ‘Billy Brit’. This took roughly 24 hours: Matt Wardman also dabbles in the dark … Continue reading

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Keyword broadcasting

I recently made an information request (details later) and one of the things I asked for was details of searches made using my name and/or the name of my website. I asked for this data and (depending on what they … Continue reading

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