Archive for August, 2011

And the winners are…

Regular readers of this blog will have been following the build up to the Nominet Internet Awards, so we’d thought we’d update you with details of the much deserved winners, announced at a glitzy ceremony in London last week. Initiatives that contribute to a safe and accessible internet and those that improve lives and communities [...]

From saving web pages to saving books

Fifty year old, Brewster Kahle, founded the non-profit Internet Archive in 1996 which aimed to save a copy of every Web page ever posted and is a much loved resource. Yet, now the MIT-trained computer boffin has his sights set on a bigger project. His aim: to preserve a physical copy of every book ever [...]

Why SEO words also means pictures

The importance of labelling your images correctly for SEO purposes We publish articles on blogs to build authority and find search engine delight. We spend lots of time researching to come up with fresh content and we try to make the most out of every piece we publish. But being a writer nowadays doesn’t refer [...]