Monthly Archives: April 2016

Hello. My Name is Blogger, Don’t Make Me Mad!

Hello. My Name is Blogger, Don’t Make Me Mad! When organiser Kelvin Newman asked me to present at the April 2016 BrightonSEO, I didn’t need much time to think of which topic I wanted to cover. I wanted to share some of my insights of how we, as an industry, tend to work with bloggers, […]

BrightonSEO key conference takeaways – April 2016 edition

BrightonSEO key conference takeaways – April 2016 edition The team from White.net are back in force at the popular UK digital marketing conference BrightonSEO! We’re covering the most exciting parts of the conference so you can spend more time listening to the speakers, rather than having to take those pesky notes on your pad, tablet […]

The Telegraph, Travel and Tom Hiddleston

The Telegraph, Travel and Tom Hiddleston We’ve all heard the sayings in the last few years that TV, both stateside and here in the UK, is in the ascendance. Recent months have seen big budget, trans-Atlantic productions, such as The Night Manager (the most expensive drama in BBC history at £20m), and epic historical saga […]

Mossack Fonseca Breach – Possible Cause

Mossack Fonseca (MF), the Panamanian law firm at the center of the so called Panama Papers Breach may have been breached via a vulnerable version of Revolution Slider. The data breach has so far brought down the Prime Minister of Iceland and surrounded Russian President Putin and British Prime Minister David Cameron with controversy, among […]