Cyber-Duck’s very own Harry Clark was one of 5 speakers at this week’s Figaro seminar on SEO.
Harry spoke alongside client Edward Canavan from Wilmington Publishing & Information Ltd, part of Wilmington Group Plc about how we built ‘The Knowledge Online’ website with SEO in mind from the outset, as well as the results we achieved in doing this.
If you haven’t caught our summary of 2011 infographic yet, there’s still time to check it out. We’d like to thank everyone who has given us positive feedback about it; we hope to do lots more like it in the future.
Google has announced its annual search Zeitgeist for 2011. Amongst the most surprising popular search queries is ‘What is scampi’, with Rebecca Black topping the most-searched-for list.
A couple of members of the Cyber-Duck team have been noticing Facebook’s famous Timeline update rolling out to various friends. The new layout for the profile page allows users to look back in time across their Facebook lives and see things like status updates and photos posted over the years.
A more intelligent version of Google Android’s voice actions feature with natural speech recognition, called Majel, is said to be in development for release in early 2012. Experts have said this update will be released in direct response to Apple’s Siri for iOS.
The Cyber-Duck Christmas holiday dates are from 22nd December to 2nd of January; any client emergencies can be dealt with through calling the mobile of the relevant team member. Aside from this, all that’s left to say is that we wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We look forward to working with you in 2012.