iPad 2 Launches in the UK – SEO Apps for iPad 2 Coming Soon

by | Sep 24, 2018 | News, SEO

Whether it’s a good thing or a bad thing we’re not exactly sure, but our main office for Orchid Box is just a 2 minute walk from the Apple Store in Covent Garden, the shiny multi-storey home planet to iLovers around London. The sense of anticipation in iLand is today palpable with the release of the iPad2, and as you can see from the photo below (taken at 8:20am), people are somewhat excited:

iPad2 - the queue

Indeed most of these people have been spending the night inside Covent Garden square to queue and secure their first iPad2.

So what next then? According to Apple there are over 65,000 iPad apps in the appStore currently, and no doubt plans for many more.

But despite the ridiculous abundance of apps that let you fly enraged birds into buildings like some kind of terrorist employees of the big bad wolf, and others that give you information like where you should eat, shop, travel and go to the toilet (probably), there appear to still be no decent online marketing apps around just yet. If you know any of course, do let us know!

That’s why Orchid Box are releasing their inaugural app this month – an invaluable keyword tracking tool for webmasters on the go, allowing you to track your SEO and online marketing progress in seconds, wherever you are. Signal permitting of course.

So keep your eyes peeled for the new Orchid Box SEO app – SiteRank – available very soon, and make your SEO activity that little bit easier….and more exciting!

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