In my I keep coming back to Google Analytics as an example of the dilemmas posed by the directive. A sliding scale of naughtiness So there are good and bad cookies, of that there is no doubt. There are cookies that are 100% necessary for the functioning of a website and these are clearly good. […]
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April was positively raining interesting internet stats – check them out in our Month In Numbers roundup.
I’m going to be doing a talk on “The ever changing face of search engine optimisation” at the Splash conference in Cumbria on Thursday and have been given two tickets, worth £185 (or a mere £110 if you buy online before the event). (The venue: Energus, Cumbria) Would you like one? I could just say, […]
Sometimes I have a good feeling about linkbait, and sometimes… I don’t Linkbait (noun): Any website content or feature designed specifically to gain attention or encourage others to link to the website. Common tactic used in . Move along now, nothing to see here (well for 12 months anyway) Wouldn’t life be dull without bureaucracy A brief […]