Monthly Archives: October 2013


Which Programming Language Should I Learn?

October 31st, 2013|Web Programming|

If you're interested in becoming a web programmer, a vital consideration is obviously which programming language to learn. Websites today aren't usually constructed using just one language and you'll find it's necessary to be versed [...]

The A to Z of SEO – Post Hummingbird

October 27th, 2013|SEO, Web Programming|

The A to Z of SEO This article (updated December 15th 2013) contains what I consider many of the most important factors in SEO, from A to Z, from Authority to Zeitgeist, and is based [...]

How Does a Google Search Work?

October 26th, 2013|SEO|

The following infographic of how a Google search works (courtesy of the big "G" itself) breaks down the information into its most basic form, illustrating the individual steps of the search process, from before you [...]

Need a Web Developer? Not For Long!

October 22nd, 2013|Web Design Frinton, Web Programmer|

Finding a web developer that's able to turn the web design concept that's in your head into a reality can be a great source of frustration - after all, we're not all like minded and [...]

Understanding Hummingbird: Where Google Got it Wrong

October 18th, 2013|SEO|

Web Programmers and Web Developers are NOT the same thing! Those of you following my previous posts may have concluded I have a slight issue with Google's new Hummingbird update. And you'd be right to [...]

Do Squirrels Eat Semantics?

October 16th, 2013|SEO|

Hummingbirds, Penguins and Pandas - It's all Semantics Those of you that are here after following my 'How Paid Links Can Kill Your Rankings', and Hummingbird Recovery articles may have noticed I touched upon a [...]

How Do I Recover From Google’s Hummingbird?

October 14th, 2013|SEO|

  Why has my Google ranking dropped post-Hummingbird and how can I fix it? If you're remotely interested in SEO you've likely already been shaken by the impact caused by Google's latest update, code name [...]

Penguin 2.1: How Paid Links Can Kill Your Rankings: Evidence Based Facts

October 5th, 2013|SEO, Web Programmer|

Google's latest Penguin update exploded into action yesterday (October 4th), the fifth such update in the last 18 months. The update is said to affect around 1% of search queries to a noticeable degree, according [...]