Shockwave Flash has crashed – How to fix it once and for all!

Are you sick of super slow browsers and constant crashes and every time it is Shockwave Flash?

Is this familiar?



Well, fear not!

I am not going to try to sell you a solution…

No, no, no!

This problem was really pissing me off a few months back and it got to the stage where I was going out of my mind because of the frustratingly slow browser.

Hey, Chrome is supposed to be fast, right?

So I tried Firefox for a while…

Holy! That was even worse (sorry Firefox fans that s%#t is seriously buggy!)

The next step was to do what I do

A highly laser focused Google search Рmultiple phrases and  tricks to get through the rubbish to a real solution.

Now that was a joke!

You may have already found a few of the sites I went to.

Why do coding guys have to over-complicate every thing they do?

The huge amounts of code changes, browser settings and PC setup adjustments blew my poor feeble SEO mind!

Finally I found the Shockwave Flash has crashed solution!

And it was easier than you could imagine.
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The diminishing returns of Facebook EdgeRank – or maybe not?

Facebook post goes viral

I have to be honest here. I really don't particularly like Facebook as a business tool <disclosure> It could be the amount of spam. It could be the tagging, the spammy messages from strangers, the inane games and the poking. (remember … [Continue reading]

When did web developers decide Google was not part of their picture?

It is interesting as an SEO to track the correlation between what Google wants and what works on Google... What? How is it then that every damn marketer is trying to find the achilles heel, the secret sauce, the "make money while you sleep" … [Continue reading]

The awesome power of long form posts for SEO

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In November I ran a bit of a test on value giving long form content. I decided to create a bit of an epic post for publishing on a client site so I could track and record the reactions and the benefits of extensive, information packed … [Continue reading]