Who knew Alexis Mac Allister was so damn popular? Not me. To be 100% honest I didn’t even always remember his surname was two separate words until some time mid-November. I know he seems like a nice guy – that’s evident in the genuine joy both from him and his team-mates as he returns to […]
Search interest in footballer Jake Daniels surged as he came out. I look at why this matters.
Konstantinos Tsimikas might have a name that is a nightmare to spell but that certainly didn’t stop people from giving it a go this weekend…
SEO for sport sites – it’s all about ranking for popular terms isn’t it. Except, what if nobody clicks through because they stay on Google…
In this post I’ll look at how studying minute-by-minute website traffic can help shape live event coverage, using the example of Australia v England in the Ashes. When I joined BBC Sport as an online production sub-editor, my parents, while excited, thought this wasn’t a job fitting for my level of magnetic personality and charm. […]
A Dream For UX and Editorial – How To Quickly Get Inspiration From Hundreds Of Relevant Sites (and store this research)
This post looks at drawing inspiration from random, but relevant sites and storing this information in a way that’s easy to re-use & share.
Most sport sites are getting data pages wrong. It’s a basic error and it’s costing them millions of page impressions. It’s also easy to fix.
How can sport sites maintain traffic when there is no sport? Live sport is what drives sport sites – the scores, the action, the analysis, the post-match quotes, the opinions and colour. Yes, there is also sport news but let’s be honest, it can be pretty dull when there is no live sport for an […]
Working out relative popularity is a valuable editorial insight – whether it’s footballers, politicians (boo), actors or anything else. Let’s look at how to do it.