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Google gives businesses new features Wednesday 25th of February, 2015by Martin Lindley Google has revealed two new features for businesses: one allows the use of chat features within the search engine results, while the other allows the selection of search display pictures.

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Google to start warning users on slow sites? Thursday 26th of February, 2015by Andy Williams Google is reportedly testing a system which will warn users of slower websites by flagging them up with a red “slow” label within its search results.

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Five ways to ensure you're writing great content in 2015 Friday 6th of February, 2015by Dan Moores 2014's Google algorithm updates made it very clear that 'Google-friendly' and 'reader-friendly' are starting to mean the same thing. We need to impress audiences, not search engines.

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What do you need to know about your prospective customers th... Tuesday 10th of February, 2015by Sian English Do you really know the right things about your prospective customers? The more you know, the more targeted you can be with any marketing activity, and, the faster your business will grow.

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Starstruck: lessons from Hollywood on how to write content t... Wednesday 25th of February, 2015by Martin Lindley The stars have something that we want. You know the answer. They have attention. But is there anything Hollywood uses to get attention that we can also use? Yes. Let me explain.

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