This week Ashley looks at the Google Contextual Targeting Tool and its use in forming a solid and structured SEO campaign.
Nick and James discuss how to identify long tail keywords.
“Read all about it” – Gayle Brown explores the recent successes of the SEO department and revelling in the hard work of her colleagues.
Richard from the content team takes a look at how hard it is to get your guest blogs live and out there and some of the tools you can use to gain more success.
I am looking in to the mind boggling world of Google Plus and Plus 1ing. With Google adding more and more Google places listing into SERPS and synchronising organic listing with Google Places I believe it is important to implement plus one into SEO. While it easy to see the benefits of Google Plus and [...]
Kieran takes a look at the best tools for checking back links.
In the Creare SEO Department we have a team that specialises in integrating SEO into web sites that have been built by other web site designers. We are constantly surprised by the number of sites that have been designed without any consideration given to how the web site will be found by potential customers. If [...]
SEO Consultant Josh Chamberlain takes a look at the importance of fresh content, and explores the value of the written word within a successful SEO campaign.
If you are reading this blog post, you are more than likely to know the importance of the Internet in our daily life. Search Engines are brain of the Internet. If Internet was compared to Universe, Search Engines will be our telescopes. I cannot imagine browsing websites without use of Search Engines. If you want [...]
Following on from Andy’s informative post yesterday on the new wave of unnatural link warnings where he mentioned Matt Cutts’ “oh so” confusing post on his Google+ page, I’m going to be talking about an interesting update Matt followed with yesterday afternoon. The Basics Last Friday, a new batch of unnatural link warning messages were [...]