Today I had to help a client add a date field to their booking form, because they’ve been experiencing drop-offs in their enquiries. Adding the date option is meant to help lock in potential leads for a fixed appointment date. The […]
Contact form 7 is a hugely popular and free WordPress plugin, so you’d think something like this would be built in, but I had the following issue: There is no way to use functions.php filters or settings in the plugin […]
We at Mediatorr feel pretty humbled having SEOMoz in Cape Town, our home city. We had the pleasure of meeting a few Mozzers face to face.
Thought leader Danny Sullivan wrote on Google’s newly launched link disavow tool – which allows webmasters to disenfranchise specific links, or domains that link to their websites – a response to the wide demand for a way for the average […]
Rather than attempting to explain this absurdly complex topic to you all by myself, I’d rather recommend that you first read through Matt Peters post on SEOMoz about correlation analysis between Mozscape data and the big G’s rankings. You might […]
What is it? On the 24th April, Google launched an (algorithm) update to their live search engine. This changed the way that search results are filtered for ranking positions. Their intention for this update was to eliminate the presence of […]
Google release their “report scraping” tool. The tool is a simple text input form where web publishers can identify sites that scrape their content. It is notable what Google themselves suggest as a “reportable” web site or page: A page […]
I have recently lost my “URL rewriting virginity”, in that I have set up rewriting for the first time, using apache’s .htaccess file. For those that don’t know, .htaccess is a file kept in the root folder of the site […]