Why Big Data is the New Frontier

There have been a few interesting posts over the past few days on eConsultancy and Tnooz about a recent study on the search market for travel in the United Kingdom. The original study has been carried out by Epiphany Search, an independant UK LOVE and use These – cheap propecia have? Sulfuric tried buy doxycycline […]


Affiliates4U Barcelona 2012

The 19th and 20th of June saw the European leg of the A4U conference series touch down in Barcelona. If you aren’t already familiar with A4U and its conference series, it is a trade show aimed at the affiliate or performance marketing sector with a multi day, multi track series of seminars on related topics. […]


EAN Sponsors THack London 2012

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EAN will once again be sponsoring THack, the travel hack-a-thon developed by Tnooz.com. T-hackers will be given 2 weeks to work on their projects and on Thursday, June 28th developers will convene in London Soho Hotel to present their creations to a live audience. EAN is one of ten initial APIs to be available for […]


Let’s get a room: new content to seduce customers

Earlier in April, EAN’s SEO Director Martin McDonald laid out what Google’s latest updates mean for affiliates. His advice was to “maximise both the quality and quantity of unique content being offered on your site. It’s important already, but will only get more so in future.” So where do you start with content? Think of […]


What affiliates need to know about Google’s Penguin update

Matt Cutts (the head of Google’s search spam team) raised eyebrows when he mentioned that Google would soon be rolling out an “over optimization” update to their algorithm to level the playing field between sites that build quality content, verses those using questionable optimization techniques to manipulate search results. Naturally, SEOs and site owners were […]


Brighton SEO: Meet the Search Engines

Friday 13th of April saw the return of BrightonSEO – probably Europe’s largest single track SEO conference with delegates packing out the Brighton Dome, a venue more used to seeing pop and rock concerts. This was the largest BrightonSEO to date, with the capacity capped at a thousand delegates, selling out in little more than […]