All posts by Jeremy Templer & Mark Sceats

The perils of migrating your website to https (plus a fix)

Last August we advised readers that Google had revealed they would be giving secure websites a ranking boost to encourage webmasters to make their websites secure. Secure websites can be identified

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Facebook debuts video ad revenue sharing programme

Facebook, now claiming 4 billion video views per day, is introducing a revenue sharing scheme for video creators. The company will match YouTube’s 45/55 revenue split and hopes to see higher quality

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10-year partnership ends as Google loses AOL search to Bing

Microsoft has agreed a deal with AOL that has Bing replacing Google as search provider to America OnLine (AOL), starting January 2016. As part of the 10-year deal and confirmation of a renewed focus on

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Google tackles accidental ad clicks with fixes for fat fingers

Google is now blocking clicks on mobile ads and in-app interstitial ads that are likely to be unintentional. Referencing third party studies that claim up to half of mobile ad clicks are accidental, Google

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Why Yahoo could become your default web browser

Irrespective of whatever reservations some may harbour about Google’s increasing pervasiveness, the significant majority of internet users – at least English speakers – use Google as

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Bing outdoes Google with new Video Search

In what Microsoft is calling “a modern makeover” Bing Video Search has introduced new functionality to make it a better starting point for finding video content than either YouTube or Google.com. What’s

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