Today Ashley looks at how SEO companies and consultants can position themselves to ensure a healthy return from their efforts and that all of this can be attributed correctly for a long term relationship with the client.
2012 has been a turbulent year in the SEO industry with the word “penguin” making consultants want to hide away forever and although Penguin took its toll on SEO as an overall it has helped the industry by denying the black hat techniques of working as well. Will 2013 bring big changes to the industry [...]
As the year draws to a close, Content Writer Hayley Francis takes a look back over 2012 and rounds up the best doodles from the creative minds at Google.
The on-going challenge for Google is how to maximise the way that Google’s spiders crawl the web for the purpose of rebuilding the indexed SERPs on a regular basis. Whilst in most instances largely effective, this system still has many flaws which I’m sure Google would be the first to admit to. SEO consultants and [...]
Nick and Andy discuss the afternoon session from Social Media Results Conference.
In this blog Pip talks about the importance of using a technique when writing content
If Google disappeared tomorrow, how much traffic would your website lose and would your business survive? Relying too Much on SERPs Scary, but how many real life businesses rely on the whims of Google to keep them in business? Even a 50% drop in visitors could spell disaster for a small business. Top keyword rankings [...]
In this post, Carly provides some insight into ‘Cyber Monday’ – the biggest online shopping day of the year.
Hello and welcome to this week’s SEO video. On Wednesday of this week, we headed off to London to attend the Social Media Results conference. With speakers from Twitter, Google, Facebook, Spotify and many other huge brands we were buzzing to hear what they had to say about customer engagement and influencing audiences across the [...]