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Is your website optimised for use on today’s mobile devices?

Posted by Jared Pickering
February 24th, 2014

Here at USdigital we see a huge number of websites that are not built with mobile devices in mind. In many cases a quick snoop into the Google Analytics of a particular website can give a good indication into what proportion of users are viewing a website on an unsupported mobile device – often the […]

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Google’s Hummingbird Update

Posted by Hannah Elwell
October 2nd, 2013

Last week, coinciding with the official 15th Birthday of search engine giant, Google, there were announcements of Google’s search algorithm update. It has been described by many as its biggest update since the ‘Caffeine’ update of 2010

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Barratt Northampton Division Round Up

Posted by Rebecca Smith
June 14th, 2013

A quick look at what’s been happening at a couple of Barratt Northampton’s developments… Down at the Stratford Park development in Milton Keynes, the Sales team have helped residents take away some of the stress of introducing themselves to their neighbours by hosting a dedicated event to welcome new homebuyers to the growing community. Resident, […]

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Barratt Graduate comes for a visit

Posted by Rebecca Smith
June 14th, 2013

Today, I joined my fellow Barratt Graduate’s in spending time with Unsworth Sugden to gain an insight into their day-to-day work and to understand more about their business and the services they can offer their clients. As a Graduate at Barratt Northampton, I’d previously been involved in Unsworth Sugden’s work when they produced a press […]

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Twice If You’re Lucky: My two weeks work experience with Unsworth Sugden

Posted by Kathryn Murrell
June 14th, 2013

Unsworth Sugden has a fantastic reputation of allowing students and young people to come and do some work experience with them, to see if the metaphorical PR shoe fits. I certainly know this to be true; I was fortunate enough to be able to come and do a week’s work experience with USG last July. […]

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May’s Pic of the Month

Posted by Kathryn Murrell
June 11th, 2013

May’s Pic of the Month is the opening of The Toybox nursery at The Fairways David Wilson Homes development in Bedford. Launched in early April, the £650,000 facility can cater for up to 73 children up to the age of five years old. The nursery in Biddenham Vale will employ around 20 local staff and […]

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Alice spends time at Unsworth Sugden

Posted by Alice Harper
May 29th, 2013

The few days I spent with Unsworth Sugden have definitely given me a valuable insight into the workings of a PR team, while also getting to understand what the other areas of the business do too. From advertising to digital media, I had no knowledge before I walked through the door. I am currently working […]

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Google’s algorithm update Penguin 2.0 has arrived

Posted by Carly Baraclough
May 23rd, 2013

Yesterday, 22nd of May saw the release of the anticipated algorithm update Penguin 2.0. This is not just a refresh, but an update to the Penguin algorithm. It had been referred to internally as Penguin 2.0 and has now been officially launched and rolled out across all languages

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What is the real SEO value of your content?

Posted by Carly Baraclough
May 17th, 2013

Much time has passed now since the Panda and Penguin updates that were responsible for a shake-up in the SEO industry. When trying to optimise a website, we have been forced to think about what we are doing much more carefully. Gone are the days of building exact match links, use of online directories and […]

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Facebook – millions log off but advertising spend is up!

Posted by Bethan James
May 2nd, 2013

Latest research from Socialbakers shows Facebook has lost two million users in the UK in the last six months, a trend which is being replicated all over the world suggesting that users are becoming bored of what was once perceived as the darling of the social media world. However, the same study also found that […]

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