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Daniel Bianchini

DIRECTOR OF SERVICES

Daniel Bianchini is the Director of Services at White.net. Having been in digital marketing since leaving University, Daniel has worked in-house at Dixons Stores Group (Dixons Carphone), with many leading UK brands and helped start a digital marketing agency based in Hertfordshire. He is passionate about digital marketing and constantly has a mobile device in his hand reading the very latest the industry has to offer.
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Daniel Bianchini / May 8, 2014
Over the past 15 years, content published on the web has drastically changed. From content creation, right through to the way that we consume pieces of content, and the devices that we consume them on. Content is changing, and quickly! [...]
Daniel Bianchini / February 18, 2014
Link auditing has been something that has been examined for a considerable time within SEO, but has never been as important as it is in today’s changing landscape. Since the Penguin algorithm there have been SEOs up and down the country conducting link audits, not just to identify penalties but to ensure there isn't a possibility of getting in trouble. [...]
Daniel Bianchini / December 4, 2013
Removing pages from your website? Going through a site redesign or migration but not sure you have all the URLs on your website? It’s an issue that we will all go through at some point in our SEO life. I have been involved in a lot of projects recently where I’ve needed to find all the URLs that were on a website, and it can be a pain to do! However, I’ve now managed to get it down to 6 easy steps, and I wanted to share them with you. [...]
Daniel Bianchini / October 17, 2013
You may have noticed that we have recently rebranded from SEOptimise to White.net. If you haven't, then you may be a little confused as to why the SEOptimise website is now branded White! Well now you know! [...]
Daniel Bianchini / August 28, 2013
I have been using Google Analytics for a long time now, and every week it continues to change and improve, which is great. During that time, I have constantly kept and updated a library of filters, advanced segments and dashboards that I can call upon when the time is right to allow me to do what is required. Recently it occurred to me that it might just be me who does this (I hope not!), so I wanted to provide you with a list of filters that I use on a regular basis. This may turn into a series depending on the success of this post, but let's start with those filters. [...]