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March UK search market: Google halts Bing’s recent rise Wednesday 8th of April, 2015by James Riches Google’s UK search market share rose for the first time in five months during March. Elsewhere, Google announced some key developments and lots of us searched for Jeremy Clarkson news.

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Bing implements one small change and one big change Tuesday 14th of April, 2015by Dan Moores Over the past week, Bing has implemented two changes. One appears to be directly influenced by Google, while the other demonstrates independent thinking and creativity.

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Content and the Customer: the journey Friday 6th of March, 2015by Sian English From acquisition to conversion, content plays a vital role. But have you given much thought to how that role evolves during the customer's journey? Here are the different stages your customers go through with your content.

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Light a Fire with Hems de Winter Thursday 19th of March, 2015by Andy Williams Hems de Winter, CEO of de Winter PR, joined Light a Fire for an in-depth chat at BoConcept’s showroom on Great Ancoats Street, discussing his life and career.

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Five tips: how to write clear web copy Thursday 2nd of April, 2015by Dan Moores A lot of web copy is unclear and needlessly complicated. It can actually damage your sales because it helps no-one. Here are five ways to make your web copy clear and engaging.

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