Monthly Archives: May 2011

Free SEO – offer good service when things go bad

Some months ago I upgraded the memory in one of our netbooks (if you’ve got a netbook giving them some extra RAM certainly helps their somewhat asthmatic performance). A couple of weeks ago it died with a ‘blue screen of … Continue reading

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Google AdWords editor upgrade fails

If you use the very useful Google AdWords external editor tool (http://www.google.com/intl/en/adwordseditor/) (and you should to enable you to copy ads/campaigns etc. far more easily than in the online interface) then you might get a bit of a shock when … Continue reading

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WebSanity Blog has moved

Please note that the WebSanity blog has now moved from blog.websanity.co.uk to websanity.co.uk/blog. More details to follow on why I made this change, and why you might like to consider a similar move.   Help and advice on SEO in … Continue reading

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Google AdWords privacy policy update

If you’re advertising using Google AdWords and collecting customer’s personal information on your own site (e.g. for newsletter sign up etc.) then you might be interested in some changes to Google’s AdWords Privacy Policy. From the 17th of May (today!) … Continue reading

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New EU privacy law – UK government guidance

An amendment to the EU’s Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive is coming into force on the 26th of May (sorry I previously posted the 25th). The UK government has released guidance on this – at long last – here: http://www.ico.gov.uk/~/media/documents/library/Privacy_and_electronic/Practical_application/advice_on_the_new_cookies_regulations.pdf … Continue reading

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