Your site has been hit by a penalty, sales are down, traffic is non-existent, and the site has been lost in the deep abyss that is the Google search engine. To stand a chance of any sort of recovery, days, weeks or even months are going to have to be spent contacting webmasters to remove [...]
When our SEO Department Manager first suggested that we run a debate instead of our usual workshop, I must admit that I was a bit sceptical about the whole thing; in reality, it was great fun and brought out the competitive side in most people. Most importantly of all, it resulted in the sharing of [...]
As an SEO agency you live or die by the success of your clients. You want the best for your clients, for their businesses to thrive, not just for their benefit, but because SEO is a business and unsatisfied clients can soon become lost clients. As discussed before on this very blog: SEO is a [...]
Rob attempts to answer one of the great questions we have all asked of ourselves. Is off-site SEO better or worse than on-site SEO?
Nick discuss SMB’s needs with Creare’s Sales Director Andy Smith.
So, your business is either fairly established or new venture which is struggling to turnover as many sales as anticipated month on month. There are many marketing opportunities available in the public domain, whether it is traditional form through PR, local journals and newspapers to the more modern approaches of email marketing and SEO. With [...]
Content Writer Hayley Francis takes a look at a few of the key factors which contribute to content which simply doesn’t work for SEO or website visitors alike.
Being new to the SEO world it has become apparent that there are a few “need to knows” of SEO. In the ever changing world of SEO it’s hard to find out where to start. Well here you go… 1. The key to your success is in the words; Appropriate keywords are a must! If [...]
I often get asked how long would it take for us to be in the number one position in the Google rankings? Now there is no simple one line answer to this question. This is like me asking myself on the second day of going to the gym “when will I have a six pack?”. [...]
Nick and James look at which version of a site Google prefers, dedicated mobile sites or responsive web design.