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Growth on the horizon for Exeter SEO firm (us!)

Skyline Marketing appeared on theExeterDaily.co.uk this week. Read the news story here.



SEO News: Search Engine Market Shares

It has been announced that Bing has grown its market share further for the third month running, with both Google and Yahoo experiencing a drop. The search engine owned by Microsoft increased its share to 15.9 percent, which is not up 1.2 percent over the past twelve months. Google saw a slight drop from 66.8…
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SEO News: Happy 1st Birthday Google+

Google+ has reached its first birthday, with around 250 million users. Google was very quick to point out that their social network has exceeded all expectations, given the criticism that has been levelled at the network since day one. Of the 250 million users that have registered, 150 million are active with the average Google…
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The Environment Agency visits Skyline Marketing

I visited Rob and Adam at Skyline Marketing today to find out about SEO and social media and whether we are maximising the potential of our site. It was great finding out about all the work that happens ‘behind the scenes’ to make sure that the most is made of the content that is displayed…
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Penguin Disaster? Why you should hire Skyline Marketing for SEO

There has been much hype in the SEO and Google Worlds for those that have been struck down by a Penguin (update). Many people have been complaining on forums and blogs that the evil powers of Google have dumped their ranking, and we have fielded new enquiries from companies who have seen a drop in…
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SEO News: Google set to offer free cloud

This is week in SEO news, it is expected that Google will be announcing the launch of a new consumer service which will offer cloud storage for online content and data. It is expected that Google will offer 5GB of free storage with more available for a monthly fee.  The main competitors for the Google…
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