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Author: Andrew Jessop

  • How concert lists on Facebook can get you hacked

    Cyber security experts are warning people not to partake in the “top ten concert” statuses that are appearing on Facebook. In them, users list ten concerts that they have attended while including one that they have not been to — leaving friends to guess which one happens to be the lie. Although the activity seems like […]

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  • Summer internship announcement

    Update 26/03/2018: This position has now been filled. Please follow our social channels for further information on any internships that we might have in the future. Following on from a recent string of new client wins and a new office in the City of London, Leeds based technical SEO agency, SALT, is currently seeking an […]

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  • SALT releases fashion eCommerce report for 2016/17

    There is no doubt 2016 has been an unorthodox year for most, putting strain on nearly every sector – including fashion. This paper discusses fashion eCommerce’s most difficult year, explaining why some brands struggled while others succeeded, and what next year might bring. Click here for more information.

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  • What Facebook did to us in 2016

    Over the past ten or 11 years the power of social media has grown beyond belief. At first like a stream and then into a river and then a flood, it now sits as an ocean in our consciousness. We orient our free time around it, report gatherings, bookmark meals, and document concerts and gigs. […]

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  • SALT releases digital challenger banking report for 2017

    Since the 2007-8 financial crisis, people have changed the way they think about major banks, helping pave the way for a stream of challenger banks, which first began to emerge in 2010. This paper discusses the development of such banks, their continued evolution, and where they are set to go next year and thereafter. Request a […]

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  • Spotify serves music with a side order of malware

    Spotify has become the latest tech giant to succumb to security issues as it was discovered that the free version of its service had been directing PC and Mac users towards websites filled with malware. Although Spotify has since fixed the problem, a number of users from its community forum were reporting that virus-infected pop-up websites […]

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  • The Complete Copywriting Guide

    Table of contents Introduction Preparing for work and a career in copywriting Types of copywriting SEO copywriting (extended) Writing for blogs How to write a press release Tips on proofing and editing General writing rules you might not know Rules every copywriter needs to know How to hire a freelance copywriter? Introduction This copywriting guide […]

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  • Cat owners are losers, thanks Facebook

    Cats are for introverted losers who read comic books and don’t go outside, and dogs are for everyone else — or so the internet would have you believe. To celebrate World Cat Day Facebook has leapt into the “dog vs cat” debate and embedded the stereotype into the minds of the world by proving that […]

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