I have always been interested in fitness and nutrition, and as the new year approaches and we all vow to eat more heathily, I have decided to launch a blog to help keep me on track. I experimented with intermittent fasting (IF) and paleo(ish) eating throughout 2012 with really good results, so it seems to work well for my body type. Continue reading
Since long before I was actually able to drive, I’ve been an avid fan of Japanese vehicles (with a particular penchant for those built in the 1990s – the ‘Golden Era’ of the Japanese sports car). I won’t bore you with the details (you can read about my obsession in a guest post I wrote for Speedhunters), but essentially I refused to drive anything that wasn’t built in Japan. Continue reading
In all my years of SEO I’ve luckily never been negatively affected by Google’s many algorithm updates… Until now. Up until this point I’d always followed the fundamentals… Continue reading
A good friend and extremely talented iOS developer asked me to help him market his latest project, an iOS game called Lumicon.
Although Google is continually driving businesses towards Adwords through what could be considered shady manipulation of its organic results, pay per click advertising can still provide a great ROI. I often meet with clients who have tried to launch a half baked PPC campaign, and when it inevitably goes wrong, they label Adwords as a scam, or useless. This simply isn’t the case; to get a decent return from Adwords, you must test, analyse, and optimise. Continue reading