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  • Digital transformation: does your business need support to evolve?

    From the smallest local business through to the largest institution, companies and organisations throughout the country are currently undergoing what’s known as The Great Digital Transformation. What does a digital transformation mean to a business? For businesses or organisations that are over 10 years old, the chances are that right now, they are undergoing a […]

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  • Getting rid of keyword cannibalisation

    Everyone targets keywords, from the loftiest websites down to the very smallest. Although some people consider it a rule of thumb to target a particular keyword across the breadth of a website, this can actually be counter beneficial without the correct strategic keyword mapping. Without careful planning and consideration you can end up getting multiple […]

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  • SALT.agency aims to raise 1k for Alzheimer’s charities this festive season

    This festive season, SALT.agency has chosen to raise money for two important national charities – the Alzheimer’s Society and Alzheimer’s Research UK. Our goal is to raise a minimum of £1,000 by mid-January, which we will then split equally between the two charities. We are asking for donations for the opportunity to watch our resident Santa have his large beard removed on December 15 […]

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  • E-Commerce Japan — Department of International Trade Event

    SALT.agency’s Dan Taylor is this Wednesday to speak at a government organised seminar to discuss e-commerce in Japan. Organised by the Department for International Trade, and held at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Yorkshire and the Humber is in fact the eighth largest textile market and second highest non-EU market after China. Specifically designed for Y&H textile businesses, […]

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  • How to combat social media security risks

    Security risks on social media can come from outside and inside the company; from outside they are usually malicious, but from inside the company they are often caused by human error. There are also security risks inherent to the platforms themselves, but aside from removing your business from social media altogether (which I certainly do […]

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  • KRACK, making majority of UK Wi-Fi unsecure and public

    Back in early January I wrote an article on the security of public Wi-Fi networks, which discussed and demonstrated how unsecure public Wi-Fis are. From it, we asked website owners move onto SSL/TSL protocols. As of yesterday this is now even more important as the major Wi-Fi security protocol, WPA2 has been found to have a severe flaw which […]

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  • Not long until CSE 2017

    The Cyber Security Europe Conference is now just days away. Sponsored in part by SALT.agency, the conference, which is now in its third year, will be focussing on General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Taking place at Salem Chapel Auditorium on 13 October, there are a range of security talks taking place on the subject of […]

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  • Getting to grips with hyperlocal SEO

    Hyperlocal marketing is here to stay, but it’s a term that has been bandied about for around two years now, as anyone working in digital will know. Although hyperlocal marketing has been around far longer in print and on the radio, thanks to mobile technology, it’s only now coming into its own online. For those […]

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  • The Ultimate Guide To Yandex Algorithms

    When embarking on an international SEO campaign in Russia (and some countries in the Middle East and Eastern Europe), it’s impossible to look past one of Google’s biggest competitors, Yandex. Yandex was founded in the year 1997 as Yandex Search, by CompTek. Although its market share outside of Russia is small on the world stage (around 1.5% […]

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