internet search behaviour

Changing search behaviour is shrinking the internet

written by Damian Carvill | June 9, 2017

How good is your memory? If I asked you to think back 20 years to 1997, what comes to mind? Perhaps you remember Tiger Woods becoming the youngest winner of the Masters? How about Harry Potter first being published or watching Titanic at the movies? Or maybe you recall me starting University as a fresh-faced […]

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Google Search Index

Can Google find pages with no inbound links?

written by Ed Genochio | June 1, 2017

Generally, Google and other search engines find new pages to add to their indices by following links from one web page to another. Some search engines, including Bing and Google, also allow webmasters to submit URLs directly, meaning that your site may get indexed even if there are no links pointing to it from the […]

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Google Search Index

Goal Funnel Steps with Google Tag Manager

written by Ben Pusey | April 19, 2017

If you have a website where you want people to take an action, like buy something, subscribe, click to an affiliate etc then Goal funnels are one of the most useful tools in Google Analytics. Goal funnels show you how many people complete each stage of a conversion process. This can provide really valuable insight […]

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5 SEO myths

5 SEO myths that need debunking in 2017

written by Matt Chan | March 7, 2017

SEO is important. I know it, you know it, your pet goldfish knows it. So, there’s no need to lecture you on the crucialness of SEO because you’ve probably heard it a thousand times. However, what you might not be aware of is the deceitful myths bouncing around the technosphere regarding SEO. If you believe […]

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Analytics Google Tag Manager

Analytics for multiple store fronts with Google Tag Manager

written by Ben Pusey | February 16, 2017

One of the services we offer here at stickee is a white label mobile phone comparison service. We are in the process of rebuilding and modernising this service so that all the websites can run on one back end and off of a single code base. That means, multiple websites will need to run on […]

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Migrating properties in google analytics

written by Ben Pusey | February 8, 2017

I’ve been using Analytics in one way or another for 10 years now. In that time new features have been added at such a rate that keeping up has been a job in itself. You may well have missed this one, I did. But back in September Google added a feature I’d long since given […]

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What Exactly Is “Great Content”?

written by Karl Binder | April 5, 2012

The SEO community has been in a state of flux for the last year, with Google updating their algorithms every five minutes, taking down blog networks (good riddance) and shaking things up constantly. All the old tricks and rules of thumb about link building, on page SEO, anchor text, directories etc are rapidly going out […]

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How Google Ads can suck all the profit out your business…

written by Ed Genochio | January 13, 2012

Summary: a bid-based per-per click advertising system like Google Adwords can suck all the profit out of your market. But there are things you can do to stop this happening to you. Let’s imagine you’re called Acme Widgets, and you sell Widgets. Say these widgets cost you £1 each to manufacture and deliver. So long […]

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Pay Per Click (PPC) Advertising

written by Karl Binder | April 9, 2011

A great way to drive extra traffic to your website is by using Pay Per Click or PPC advertising. It’s quite simple and pretty quick to get up and running but if you’re not careful and monitor your spend it can get  expensive very quickly. A lot of people broad match a selection of generic […]

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MediaDog Hire

written by Karl Binder | March 14, 2011

In 2011 MediaDog launched their new hire service in Fazeley Studios in Birmingham. Along side their traditional broadcast and corporate DVD filming services they branched out into providing filming kit hire. The new website was launched and we were asked to handle the pay per click and search engine optimisation for the new service. Within […]

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Google street view

written by Karl Binder | March 20, 2009

I’ve just checked out Google Street view for the first time this evening. Wow. Amazing. Kind of scary how close we can get into our own window! But we’re using it as a house hunting aid now. I expect plenty of controversy following the launch of this new service, plenty of privacy issues to be […]

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