Posted 10 hours ago

Breaking The Brand: 6 Of The Biggest Social Media Disasters

Our latest blog post explores the best of the worst social media disasters! Read on for the funny, the cringey and the downright inappropriate…

HMV live tweets mass firing

Posted 5 days ago

Have you seen Apple’s new Macbook Air advertisement? We love these creative stencils!

Posted 2 weeks ago

The Beginners Guide to Pay-Per-Click Advertising - seoplus+ Blog

A great guide to understanding the basics of PPC advertising and how the process works!

Posted 2 weeks ago

Facebook Deserves Retribution For Psychological Tests On Humans - AccuraCast

Here’s why Facebook shouldn’t be allowed to get away with treating users like lab rats without their consent.

Posted 1 month ago

Google Partners in the USA get this awesome world cup themed promo box

Posted 1 month ago
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Top 14 social media quotes

Posted 1 month ago
Vintage computers. Which one of these was your first?

Vintage computers. Which one of these was your first?

Posted 1 month ago

Can’t wait for Christmas… Just so we can gobble down more of these delicious chocolates!!

Posted 1 month ago

Guess what Google awarded us this certificate for…?

Posted 1 month ago

Want more social shares?

Research suggests posting more on weekends

Posted 1 month ago

Legal Help

Want to exercise your right to be forgotten?

Here’s the form for EU residents who wish to get Google to remove negative search listings.

In implementing this decision, Google will assess each individual request and attempt to balance the privacy rights of the individual with the public’s right to know and distribute information. When evaluating a request, they will look at whether the results include outdated information about a person, as well as whether there’s a public interest in the information – for example, information about financial scams, professional malpractice, criminal convictions or public conduct of government officials.

Posted 1 month ago
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MYTH: We only use 10% of our brains.

Hollywood apparently loves this myth (“Lucy” and “Limitless” are two recent movies that come to mind). However, this is still a MYTH. In fact, we use 100% of our brains. The brain works largely on a “use it or lose it” basis. Neurons are constantly making new connections and pruning away connections that we don’t need/don’t use very often. For instance, if I asked what you wore yesterday (5/27/14), you could probably tell me because this connection was made yesterday and was still relevant. If I asked you in another year what you wore on 5/27/14, you probably couldn’t (unless it was a special event). This is because we don’t need to remember every detail of our lives, so our brain will prune away these connections/memories if we don’t continuously use them. It’s a smart system- we keep what we need and use and lose what we don’t (to make space for the other things that we need).

The brain does a lot- it’s what experiences the world for you and collects data to makes decisions. We must use all 100% that we have to accomplish these complicated feats.

I have no idea where this myth came from, but I’ve heard statistics that upwards of 2/3 the population do believe that we only use 10% of our brains. Please know that you do use 100% of what you have. For instance, if there is brain damage (i.e. Alzheimer’s disease), you will lose whatever that part of the brain did. There is no part of the brain that you can lose and still function normally (sometimes, other parts of the brain can compensate for that loss or it can be rebuilt, but there is still a loss). If we only used 10%, there would be a lot we could lose and not notice. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Our brain is very efficient and needs everything it has to function properly (without superpowers).

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Posted 2 months ago

Bing’s Duane Forrester Debunks 10 SEO Myths


Bing’s Duane Forrester Debunks 10 SEO Myths

Duane Forrester, Bing’s Senior Product Manager, took to the Bing Webmaster Blog today to give his analysis on 10 of the most common SEO myths.

The SEO myths, along with a recap of Duane’s analysis for each, are as follows.

1. I need to rank #1

Duane says it’s nice to be on top, but actual rankings fluctuate on a daily basis. He also says not to obsess too much over being on the first page, as the…

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What’s said here is true for Google too