Reddit Mods Censoring Posts They Don’t Want You To See

Monday 14th April 2014

Over the past couple of weeks, there’s been more and more evidence coming to the surface to suggest that some of the mods over at some of Reddit’s top subs are censoring what their users can and can’t see.

This all goes back to the end of February, when Glen Greenwald’s Report on how US and UK Government Agencies infiltrate and manipulate online activity in order to destroy reputations or swing public opinion was banned from being posted to Reddit’s /r/News and /r/WorldNews.

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5 Hurdles Amazon Needs To Overcome With Prime Air

Thursday 5th December 2013

an amazon prime air drone landing

There’s been quite a lot of hype over Amazon’s latest announcement, Prime Air. And to be perfectly honest it sounds pretty damn awesome.

Amazon is planning to give customers the option to have packages weighing less than 5 pounds (~2.25kg) delivered to their doorstep by automated drones. And if you think that doesn’t sound crazy enough, they claim Prime Air will deliver your package, from webpage to doorstep, in less than 30 minutes.

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Meta Keywords Aren’t Totally Useless

Wednesday 27th November 2013

Meta Keywords seem to be quite a common topic among fairly new webmasters, or at least those who are fairly new to SEO. I’m regularly asked whether or not they should bother including meta keywords on their pages, or in some cases I’m confronted as to why I’m not using them!

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Write Your Blog Posts For Humans, Not Robots

Wednesday 20th November 2013

write for humans not robots

When it comes to SEO, many people get into the habit of writing for Google, not their readers. They stuff their posts with meaningless keywords, and they rarely provide any value to their readers. As a result, not many people engage with their content and the webmaster is left wondering what they’re doing with their failing site.

Does this sounds like your site? Well, I’ll be showing you how to write stunning content for your readers, and not just machines.

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