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/  07 Oct 2019

World Mental Health Day: let’s talk

Ahead of Word Mental Health Day on 10th October, we wanted to take a bit of a deeper look into the focus of this year – suicide prevention. The figures from 2018 are worrying. For the first time since 2013, deaths by suicide in the UK significan

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/  03 Oct 2019

Media with a creative spirit

‘Media with a creative spirit’ is the ethos by which the Media team at HOME live by. It’s our superpower and one that is pretty unique within the industry. Because we’re born out of a marketing agency, creativity is our starting point rath

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/  30 Sep 2019

The latest on search results snippets

Google is once again refining how website content can be presented on its search pages, in this instance, by affording a site owner the luxury of customising their SERP previewed content how they see fit. Before this change, the option to customis

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/  24 Sep 2019

Google to start making review results ‘more helpful’

In mid-September 2019, Google published an update on its blog indicating that there are new restrictions to the types of search results which feature rich review results (e.g. the nice ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ underneath a site listing). Any instances of '

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/  17 Sep 2019

Nofollow gets new link attributes

Firstly, what is NoFollow and how did it come about? The SEO landscape has been constantly changing as of late and this week sees a continuation of that trend with Google introducing a new attribute to how it classifies links. Read on for a whistl

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/  28 Aug 2019

Plastic pollution: a new revolution?

Plastic pollution has become an important topic in today’s society, with Sir David Attenborough describing it as an “unfolding catastrophe.” There are currently 500 times more pieces of microplastic in the sea than there are stars in our galaxy

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