The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is a set of guidelines coming into effect on the 25th of May 2018 that aims to protect EU citizens from privacy and data breaches. All organisations that process personal data, regardless of Brexit, will need to comply with these regulations or risk hefty fines. This guide aims to cover some of the main points of what your organisation needs to know about the GDPR.
On February 8th 2018 Google announced that their Chrome web browser will now be marking all HTTP sites as “not secure” in July. Learn more about SSL and how we can help you.
What are Google Alerts? Google Alerts is one of the most valuable free tools for monitoring mentions of your brand on the Internet. It’s an automated service that helps you know what people are saying and where they’re saying it. …
Over the years I’ve met numerous people who have been badly bitten by SEO scammers in long-term contracts who have given the industry a bad name. So when a company comes along offering you to only pay on results (such as achieving a #1 ranking for a particular keyword), that sounds fantastic and risk-free, right?