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Dealing With Negative SEO

Filed in Blog by on February 1, 2016

  It’s a fact that the more successful you become, the more you’ll end up antagonising someone and leave yourself (or your website) prone to a negative SEO attack. But negative SEO doesn’t have to always be a result of someone trying to get you. Sometimes a site that gets hacked will suddenly start spamming […]

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Top 10 Sites To Share Your Content For Traffic

Filed in Blog by on January 18, 2016

  One of the key components in the current algorithm is how much traffic your site gets. Unless you’re willing to invest into PPC (pay per click) or put some time into the social media behemoths: Facebook and Twitter, it can be difficult to get traffic from other means than the search engines. This can […]

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Accelerated Mobile Pages

Filed in Blog by on January 3, 2016

  In February 2016, Google will be rolling out new technology that will allow web pages to load instantly for a mobile user once they have clicked through from the search results. The announcement was first made by Google back in October 2015 here. Page load speeds are critical for user experience. According to Google, […]

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[Infographic] The SEO Landscape

Filed in Blog by on November 30, 2015
[Infographic] The SEO Landscape

  Do you keep track of all the latest updates in SEO? It can be hard when there are so many changes taking place. If you’re signed up to my newsletter then you’ll have them delivered into your inbox as they occur. The form is in the bottom right of this page. There can be […]

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[Video] Link Building Expert Panel Discussion

Filed in Blog by on November 22, 2015

      Video Notes:   1. Create content around link building so that the search engines understand the context of your links and to make them relevant. 2. What is driving shares? See what is popular and use this. 3. What content from your competitor’s website is being linked to? You don’t need to […]

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The Mobile Apps Penalty

Filed in Blog by on September 13, 2015

  April 21, 2015 saw ‘MobileGeddon’ or in other words, Google’s algorithmic update which penalised websites that weren’t mobile friendly. Whilst most website owners called in their web developers to create an independent mobile website or make their sites mobile responsive, some savvy business owners saw an opportunity to go one step further and used […]

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Local SEO: When 7 Became 3

Filed in Blog by on August 24, 2015
Local SEO: When 7 Became 3

  If you’re into local SEO – whether it’s for your own business or for your clients then you’ve probably noticed that Google has made significant changes to its local maps listings (unless you’ve been living under a rock!). Google implemented these new changes on August 6th, 2015.   Big Changes To The Local Pack […]

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Leverage YouTube For Free Leads

Filed in Blog by on August 6, 2015
Leverage YouTube For Free Leads

  According to Alexa, YouTube is the 3rd biggest website for traffic in the world – after Google and Facebook. As far as search engines go, it’s the second biggest after Google. And you probably already know that Google own YouTube so you have a good chance of picking up organic traffic from Google’s SERPs […]

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How To Protect Your Site From Getting Hacked

Filed in Blog by on August 3, 2015

  Running WordPress? Are you in the public domain with a strong brand presence? It’s a measure of your success that the more you grow your business presence online, the more vulnerable you become to online attacks. Most of the time it’s not even personal. Instead it’s someone launching a piece of software that scans […]

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Phantom Update Test Results

Filed in Blog by on July 19, 2015

  Google released an update to it’s core search engine algorithm in April/May 2015. The algorithm wasn’t announced in advance, like many of the other big updates: e.g. EMDs, Panda, Penguin and so on. Google did confirm after this big update that it had made changes but it declined to give much detail. There was […]

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