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1. A Divisive Decision Referendums are supposed to provide decisive interventions in the affairs of state. They are designed to produce clear ‘yes or no’ answers to large political questions. And as these answers also come with a rare level of popular endorsement, this should facilitate their effective and timely implementation. That, at least, is the theory.
Before you think ‘not another International SEO post?!’ and move on because you have read great posts such as The International SEO Checklist from Aleyda, let look at some of the technical side “International SEO” specifically relating to Geographic IP redirects. Caveat, Its important to note that this article is primarily aimed at business who are entering multiple English-sp ...
Once upon a time it seemed like a good idea to try to clarify the route (Article 48 or Article 49 TEU) through which and the terms on which (with or without UK opt-outs on Euro, Schengen etc) an independent Scotland might join the EU prior to the great referendum vote of September 18th. Clarity would have allowed for a more informed assessment ahead of ‘D’ day by all involve ...
Twitter and Facebook have been a flurry the last few days in the UK with the introduction of “In-depth Articles” into Google’s search results. However this isn’t a new piece of technology it was actually released in the US almost 12 months ago. Why have In-depth Articles? If we look from a Search Perspective you may be familiar with the long-tail theory this is where a user ha ...