Web Culture

After Penguin 2.0 – Are Google Going to Smash SEO?

Prior to the latest release of Penguin last week, there had been several big hints from Google that we should expect a potentially SEO game-changing algo update. It was widely predicted that Google would once again redefine our notion of what ‘bad links’ are – and many seemed to feel that clearly ‘built’ link profiles [...]

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Things You Should Know as a WordPress Newbie

WordPress is an awesome CMS and we’re always encouraging clients to embrace it. As a blogging platform and a content management system, you couldn’t really ask for much more – WordPress (unlike some of it’s rival blogging platforms) offers you lots of flexibility, creativity and many professional features too – for in the future when you want [...]

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Give Your Outreach the Midas Touch | 7 Golden Rules

In this article I’ve given a brief overview of seven rules that are essential for any self-respecting link builder to follow when creating an outreach strategy. These rules have enabled the Electric Dialogue team to be featured on sites such as Mashable, Search Engine Journal, the Guardian and the Huffington Post. Quality over Quantity The [...]

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Facebook Graph Search

Facebook Graph Search – Fresh Step Forward in Social

We like to keep on top of things at Electric Dialogue – so when I heard this morning that Facebook had rolled out an introduction to it’s new “Facebook Graph Search” feature I was really excited to share the news. This is something long overdue and something which modern social media is begging for – [...]

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How to be a More Professional Blogger

Since moving to New Zealand (to work remotely for a while) I’ve been developing my blogging skills more and more by the second. It’s a great skill and (I hate to use the word) hobby to have – and it’s almost like an on-going project which, when you’re doing it right, you can hugely benefit [...]

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Infographic Monday – Human Records

Inspired by Felix Baumgartner’s jump this weekend, we thought we’d look at human records this week for Infographic Monday.  Breaking records is something that has inspired and fascinated people for generations – anyone old enough (like me) to remember Record Breakers with Roy Castle and the McWhirter brothers?  Unfortuatnely my childhood dreams of entering the [...]

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Infographic Monday – Politics Week

The subject is Politics this week for our Infographic Monday.  With a succession of UK political conferences in the last few weeks here in the UK, we thought it was particularly topical.  Some of us here in the office are a little geeky when it comes to politics (others couldn’t care less!).  However, with the announcement [...]

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Infographic Monday – History Week

Ellie’s winging her way to New Zealand as we speak, so it’s over to me this week for Infographic Monday. The link this week is history – we have a history of photo sharing and a historical look at some of the ideas that have been born on the back of napkins!  Do feel free [...]

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Another Infographic Monday!

It’s Monday – which means it is Infographic Monday time! Now, it’s a been a busy day in the office today (I’ve been frantically trying to find a nice “header” for our twitter profile – but it’s harder than it looks) – So there are only two infographics in this weeks post. The first is [...]

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Infographic Monday – Week 3

It’s week three of Infographic Monday – and this week I’ve chosen something that Ben will deifnitely approve of! One about the English Language! 1.  English Matters Infographic Browse more data visualization.   2.  Web Design Infographic And as our second infographic for the day…. Here is a pretty awesome one about the perils of [...]

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