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Web Forms: Your Clients' Foot in the Door

Forms are a major part of most websites. They can either provide a pleasing, quick and straightforward experience, or they can be very frustrating, damaging your potential clients' user experience and opinion of your brand. Keep reading to find out how SilverDisc can help you get it right with your Website Forms. Read More...

Analytics Under Attack: Google's Evil, Unethical Move To Remove Referrer Data

Google has announced that it is to cease providing referrer information in some instances. In the official blog post, Google's Evelyn Kao writes: Read More...

Rel=Prev, Rel=Next and View-All Pages: New Google Guidance

Google has this week launched new advice on how to mark up a series of related pages in order to allow it to better understand the relationship between those pages. Read More...

Matt Cutts Interviewed on Site Architecture

Matt Cutts Interviewed on Site Architecture

Matt Cutts has given a very useful interview with Eric Enge, which rounds up a lot of information architecture and technical architecture issues. There's nothing really new here, but it's good to get all this info into one place and to see it confirmed by Matt. Read More...

Working With Multi-Regional Web Sites

Google's John Mueller has published a good article on wor Read More...

Calling for link spam reports

I see that Matt Cutts of Google is calling for link spam reports. I'm still very troubled by this paid links issue after all these years! I agree it's Google's right to penalise or promote any page/site in its natural listings, which represent Google's subjective opinion of relevancy. Read More...

a robots.txt equivalent to rel=canonical

In my last post I looked at the rel=canonical tag and finished by promising to look at some of the limitations of rel=canonical and consider some alternatives. Read More...

rel=canonical tag

So, Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and, more recently, Ask have announced the new "canonical" link type or, more colloquially, the rel=canonical tag. Much has already been written about this tag and its purpose: to help prevent duplicate content issues. Read More...

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