- "@Andrew_Isidoro OH. MY. GOD. Nice one! :-)""@stekenwright Thanks for the RT mate (& also the link in your SEOmoz post). Have a good bank holiday weekend! :-)""@Gemma_DS Interesting - I’ve heard that it should be as little as 1 in 10 from some folks. #CLICsocbeg""@adwords It’s no problem - just an observation more than anything :-)""@adwords Hi Hannah. Know what you mean, but not what I meant. Ads on right-hand side now have URL below Headline (not below 2nd Desc. Line).""@MarquisCodjia Yeah, I still feel like I’m learning everyday, even now! :-)""@ejbarnes89 friends* - not “friends people,” hah!""@ejbarnes89 For my sins… :-) If it’s any consolation, friends people came up with the name (not me)!""@JoannaHC The latter. It’s the only way they’ll learn… :-)""@JoannaHC Aye. It really is the silliest thing ever. The people who’ll see it are the RTer’s followers who are… already following them…""New on SEOno - My First Ever Online Marketing Campaign (Was An Absolute Failure): http://t.co/wwaTbDtbEl""#FF @AccidentalP: simply the funniest Twitter profile going at the moment. Definitely check it out if you're an Alan Partridge fan!""@MBuxton8 Interesting! I guess they’re always testing, seeing what works best. Pretty cool!""Is the #AdWords ad layout change (URL below Headline instead of at bottom) a recent thing? Very subtle change."
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Intro from Steve: After my first guest post publication, Mike – who I’ve known on Twitter for a while – asked if he could publish one as well. Given its subject matter, I couldn’t say no. I used to work … Continue reading →
Have you ever been following the hashtag of an event or conference on Twitter that has become popular – maybe even trended – for it to suddenly become inundated with irrelevant tweets like this? This happened at BrightonSEO and its … Continue reading →
This post is a bit different to the usual type of stuff I’d post on SEOno, but I was having lunch with a friend the other day and while we were talking about some of the upcoming web/tech events in … Continue reading →