Everyone knows that broken boilers can cause havoc in your household, and particularly in winter time, when you really need to be able to manage your heating effectively. This video below shows how damaging it can be for a public building, such as a school.
But it isn’t only public schools and such that can feel the pinch of no heating. If you’re in your home tonight, and the boiler blows up, what will you do?
Particularly if you’re in the North of England, such as around Manchester or Bolton, you can deal with some very harsh weather conditions, which could give you a miserable night of freezing cold conditions!
Many people are simply unaware of the way that Google works, or how the search engines work in general. It’s amazing that in this day and age people can still be asking questions like:
What’s a search engine?
Aren’t those listings all paid?
What is Google anyway?
But I guess some people will always be behind the times. For an accurate representation on What SEO is, you can watch the following cartoon video:
Now you understand search engine optimisation, you might want to learn a bit more about the types of SEO.
There are two often referenced types, being the white-hat and black-hat search marketing tactics, both of which are against Google’s terms of service, but one of which is slightly less ethical than the other.
Far be it for me to blow the whistle on any tactics, but one of the more popular SEO tactics in 2016 is the use of private blog networks (PBNs).
What is a PBN?
According to Matt Jackson, “A private blog network can also be described as a private link network, or a private site network, and simply represents a number of websites owned by one individual, in order to provide their own websites with inbound links.” Full explanation can be found here: https://natural-networks.com/private-blog-network/#what-is-a-pbn
They have been targeted by Google staff on many occasions, such as when the publicly available Anglo Rank network was taken down, and Matt Cutts famously tweeted about it publicly.
“There are absolutely NO footprints linking the websites together” Oh, Anglo Rank.
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Mix it up and choose new seed varietiesPhoto: MkStock1 / Alamy
1 Order seed
Dig out any seed catalogues you’ve been sent recently and settle down to mark
up your choices. For the most interesting range, flick through several.
They’ll all have interesting new things, as well as old favourite annuals
such as Salvia viridis ‘Blue’ and highly scented sweet peas. The same
applies to veg – grow your stalwarts, but add at least two or three new
varieties you’ve never tried before.
2 Late show
While browsing the seed catalogues, try to plan for a garden that will still
look good in September and October. With our increasingly mild autumns,
these months can be a lovely time to sit out, but you don’t want to be
surrounded by the debris of a garden that had one glorious flush in June.
Look for autumn-flowering perennials and annuals that will flower until the
3 Weed indeed
If you have a mild, sunny day, do some weeding, going for the tap-rooted weeds
such as docks and thistles. Push a bulb planter down over the weed and
remove the plug, root and all. Chuck or burn all these perennial weeds. Then
go back and fill the hole with compost and scatter some wildflower seeds in
4 Out of the wind
Evergreens planted early last autumn can take a battering from winter winds.
It is not too late to erect a windbreak to protect any plants that are
suffering. Windbreaks come in many forms, but porous barriers that filter
out around 50 per cent of the wind perform best. Solid barriers, such as
garden walls, force wind up and over the top, creating havoc as it drops
down on the other side. Mesh polythene screens are a quick fix but attach to
5 Plant a hedge
Now is the time to buy the cheapest deciduous hedging plants, bought as
bare-rooted “whips”. Aim to put in a native hedgerow mix including hawthorn,
spindle and hazel, all brilliant for wildlife. Specialist hedging nurseries
will put together mixes to suit you – a thornless mix, an edible mix, a
coastal mix etc.
6 Check fruit
Regularly check any fruit that you have in storage. Once disease takes hold,
it will spread rapidly from fruit to fruit. Individually wrapped fruit are
better protected and it is worth the extra effort.
7 Monitor tubers
Check stored dahlias, tuberous begonias etc. If dahlias are showing signs of
rot, this can often be cut out if not too severe. Leave the cut to dry, then
wrap in newspaper and put back into storage.
8 Peach poncho
Peach leaf curl is a fungal disease that affects outdoor-grown peaches. Spores
appear to be carried by wind and rain; protect fan-trained or wall-grown
trees with a temporary polythene barrier. This should be an open-ended
shelter that is left in place from mid-winter until mid-spring.
9 Sniff the air
Sarcococcas are looking good and smelling marvellous at the moment – so much
so, that I don’t think there should be a garden without them. They have an
intense spicy scent, which you catch a whiff of even 20ft away. If you’re
looking for a small evergreen shrub to slot into a shady position, look no
further. Plant now to revel in the flowers this year.
10 Onion sets
Sow a pack of onion seeds or slot some sets into trays for planting out once
the clocks change in late March. I love the spring onion ‘North Holland
Blood Red’. You can eat it as a red-skinned spring onion, but any you don’t
pull at this early stage will go on to form mild, bulbing onions that store
quite well. It’s a versatile and tasty variety.