In the words of Matt Cutts: ‘guest blogging is dead’. (If you didn’t know, I’m sorry to be the person to break this to you!) And even though this is put bluntly, we can all recognise that moving forward, automating guest posts is more likely to reward us with the risk of spam than build […]
Everyone in the SEO industry knows the good ol’ tool of Google Analytics, and how useful it can be to a business’s, so let’s not kid ourselves; we would struggle without it. But as Google has updated this wonderful reporting platform, it occurred to me that there are a number of reports that people may […]
Today Chanelle looks at the natural way of building links via content.
In todays blog Jess Duffield looks into what it is going to take to get page 1 positions on Google.
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We’ve all done it, spent hours trailing every corner of the blogging world, looking for those beautiful sites that have high domain authority and affordable advertising. We think of an informative and complementary email tailored to each site, and send away; send to everyone, pretty happy with the notion that you will get some interest […]
In my experience, if you speak of competitor analysis to another SEO you’ll often be met with a subtle yet distinctive looks of disgust – like you are bad at your job or you are being lazy and taking shortcuts to get your clients to rank. Looks that shout “that’s not real SEO”. Competitor analysis […]
Take a break from all of the content writing and SEO strategising, and sing-a-long with the 12 Days of (Christmas) Content Marketing!
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At this year’s PubCon conference, there were some hints from Google’s Matt Cutts that there was to be added emphasis on hacked site detection but we weren’t expecting it this soon. Last week (commencing 28th October), the update to Webmaster Tools went live which highlights any security issues within a site and gives details about […]
Are citations the long awaited solution to local SEO? This latest post looks into citations, exploring what they are, where you can use them and why Google is a fan.
As he does every year Matt Cutts today stepped onto the stage at PubCon to discuss what he feels will be upcoming over the next year in Search Engine Optimisation. Today I’ll be discussing what I feel are the highlights and the need-to-know of SEO so you are ready for the upcoming algorithmic changes which […]
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