Calling UK: August 2009: Dave Naylor on the Guardian case

Wed 19 August 2009 14:30, Editors

Calling UK: August 2009: Dave Naylor on the Guardian case

It was an article which stirred up the English search community early this week. The Guardian wrote a big article about Foundem, an 'affiliate site' which didn't rank the way it wanted to. A classic case of a mislead journalist?

It was a topic which just had to be discussed with Dave Naylor in our Calling UK. And Dave had a lot to say about the subject. So much it was the only subject we talked about, with a little side-step to the SERPS.

You can download the podcast from in the post or in the right navigation of the website.

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