The Science of Linking

The growth of social media has given organisations new ways of engaging with audiences across the internet. However, a website’s core traffic is still derived from search engines, primarily Google (90% global market share). To increase traffic, a website needs to increase its position in search results for its key terms. This position is determined … Continue reading The Science of Linking

Time to Link up

With over 50% of the search engine market Google is an important tool for any growing outreach organization. Google essentially ranks webpages in its searches according to the links directing towards it. To quote Google: We use more than 200 signals, including our patented PageRank™ algorithm, to examine the entire link structure of the web … Continue reading Time to Link up

Top Websites on Animal Research

There have been many new and old websites that cover the facts on animal research - many of which can be found in the links section. Here are some of the ones I've found particularly helpful and informative: Animal Research Info is possibly the most comprehensive source of information on the web regarding the role … Continue reading Top Websites on Animal Research

Want information on animal research?!

A new website created by the RDS has been launched a couple of days ago. allows scientists to make their own contributions (subject to moderation) to add to the already vast repository of information on "the contribution of animal research to medical science". The website offers in-depth information on Nobel Prize winners, drug developments … Continue reading Want information on animal research?!