Category: Computers and Internet

Team Discovery Publishes Article About the Duration of an Effective Link Building Campaign

Virginia Water, Surrey, U.K. – May 10, 2016 – Team Discovery Ltd., a web design and web marketing agency based in Surrey has recently released a blog article about how long does it take for a link building campaign to be effective.

One of the most common questions SEOs are asked is “When will we see a return on our investment, and how much will we see?”

The hard truth is that a new link won’t immediately affect the targeted keyword rankings. This can make tying an individual link to an increase in SERP rankings a difficult task, especially as there typically will have been several new links and other changes by the time the rankings increase is revealed.

However a new research, according to the article, has set out to answer this tricky question. The study also reveals answers to the following questions:

  1. How many links on average does it take to see one rank jump?
  2. Does rank placement affect the link’s effect?
  3. Does Domain Authority (DA) of a website have an effect on links?
  4. Will starting link building right now show results in 10 weeks?

The article is posted at

Team Discovery invites interested parties to tweet them at @teamdiscoveryeu. Small business owners are invited to discuss on what SEO could do for them to please get in touch with Team Discovery by using their contact details.

Team Discovery Publishes Article About the Duration of an Effective Link Building Campaign

Team Discovery Releases Article Explaining DMARC for Newbies

Team Discovery Ltd., a web design agency based in Surrey providing website building, SEO, social media marketing and full management of online businesses, have released an article on their blog page explaining to newbies about DMARC in plain English.

DMARC or Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance is the latest advance in email authentication. DMARC was created to tell a participating receiving server what to do with a message that fails both SPF (Sender Policy Framework) and DKIM (Domain Keys Identified Mail) validation. In other words, what to do if a message claims to be from you, but isn’t.

Deploying DMARC for one’s email systems is a powerful way to help prevent malicious entities from potentially spoofing or otherwise tarnishing one’s good name. But DMARC is not for everyone; small domains are probably okay without it.

The details of the blog article are at

Team Discovery also advised that if businesses want to know more or need help with implementing these technologies, then they could contact Team Discovery.

About Team Discovery Ltd:

Team Discovery is a website development and search engine specialist company providing conversion optimisation, lead generation and online marketing services in Thames Valley, London, Middlesex, Surrey and Berkshire. More info on

Team Discovery Releases Article Explaining DMARC for Newbies

The Golden Rules of Digital Etiquette

Researchers have created the definitive modern day tech etiquette guide, compiling a list of golden rules, based on a study by BT Mobile and commented on by Oxford University.

As technology evolves, new social situations are created and conflict can arise if the appropriate behaviour is not followed. However, this can be confusing at times for those who are not familiar with navigating social media in a professional setting. To address these concerns, researchers have come up with a list to help you avoid the common pitfalls social media creates:

  • Don’t over share on Facebook
  • Don’t flirt with someone via LinkedIn or any professional platform
  • Be careful when hitting ‘reply all’ to a group message if you don’t want the information to be shared
  • Never send a text message or post to social media when inebriated or emotional
  • Don’t put kisses on texts or emails to clients or work colleagues
  • Don’t gossip about people on text or social media
  • Always text or message if you’re going to be late for a social arrangement
  • Always call in work rather than text if you are going to be off sick
  • Don’t text bad news, always call

Psychologist Dr Peter Collett at Oxford University who was involved in the study of 2,000 adults said: ‘People are increasingly moving away from the traditional ways of staying in touch, and so the psychology of friendship in the digital age has changed.’

Research backs up this claim, revealing that the average user spends four hours and 12 minutes socialising online every day, with the typical user sending 31 texts, 13 Facebook messages or comments, six tweets and 11 emails every day.

The Golden Rules of Digital Etiquette

Using WordPress to setup your website

Welcome to this WordPress implementation by Team Discovery Ltd.

Team Discovery Ltd think that WordPress is a fantastic environment in which to develop your website.  Talk to Team Discovery Ltd if you would like an easy to use content management system that has an extension for just about every task that you can expect your website to perform.

Once your website is up and running we can help you get to page 1 of Google for your chosen keywords.

Peter Gaskin
Managing Director
Team Discovery Ltd

Using WordPress to setup your website