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WordPress and SEO

WordPress and SEO

Whilst the subject of Wordpress and SEO is vast we wanted to at least get started with a few pointers to help you get off the ground with a few takeaways.  We often see Wordpress sites which have been built and the developers presume the site is 'SEO-friendly'...

New Website Launch SEO Guide

New Website Launch SEO Guide

Get your New Website SEO Right First Time It’s natural to make mistakes with SEO when you carry out a new website launch. Regardless of whether you are launching a site for the first time, or redesigning an existing website, technical and architectural mistakes can be...

Google Panda – What Does It Mean For Your SEO?

Google Panda – What Does It Mean For Your SEO?

What Is Google Panda? Google rolled out its attack on content spam with the introduction of Google Panda. It became clear the update was a significant one - not least for a number of news and press release sites. PR Newswire made a lot of the Panda headlines, but the...

App Store Optimisation Tips

App Store Optimisation Tips

Technology has a short shelf-life. We know this. But is there a plausible alternative to SEO than site-based rankings? Apparently so! Apps have been rattling around for a few years now, and they are starting to make a noise. With the onset of deep indexing in apps, it...

Website Speed SEO and HTTP2 Guide

Website Speed SEO and HTTP2 Guide

Website Speed and SEO Website speed and SEO go hand in hand.  Google have announced that as of July 2018 there will be a ranking boost available on mobile for faster sites over slower ones.  Now the mobile-internet revolution is in full throttle and continuing to...

Local SEO Guide for 2020

Local SEO Guide for 2020

Local SEO For Your Business - Where To Start?? Local SEO has changed the search landscape and given smaller business a shot at outranking big competition. However, local search optimisation isn’t just for smaller businesses and any firm that welcomes clients through...

HTTPS and SEO Guide

HTTPS and SEO Guide

HTTPS - What Is All The Fuss About? HTTPS is part of internet security online HTTPS uptake is growing. Although the internet is amazing for many reasons, one of the negative aspects of the online sphere is security. It is a priority for search engine companies and web...

Are You Making These eCommerce Mistakes?

Are You Making These eCommerce Mistakes?

Ecommerce mistakes to avoid Reports indicate that online spending is set to continue over the next few years. According to Statista, global retail e-commerce revenues are predicted to grow to 4.88 trillion US dollars in 2021, which is almost double the figures from...

What Ranking Factors Should You Concentrate On?

What Ranking Factors Should You Concentrate On?

Earlier this year, Google revealed its three most important ranking factors are content, links and RankBrain. We have a few more to add to these, and don’t think the need for publishing quality content needs further explanation. And if you do publish shareable content...

Guide to Google AMP and SEO

Guide to Google AMP and SEO

Google is intent on delivering improved performance for mobile users. The next logical step to the company’s mobile-first-approach is Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP). The key driver behind AMP is to increase page speed for mobile users. The search engine giant aims to...

Google Ranking Factors We Know Of

Google Ranking Factors We Know Of

The title question is the shadow on the back of every web owners mind. The truth is, nobody knows exactly how search engines factor in metrics, and Google is keeping shtum about their methods of calculating PageRank (or its equivalent since PageRank hasn’t updated for a long time, and is not likely to do so again).

However, through a series of tests, research, experience and understanding Google Guidelines, SEO service providers can work out some of the key ingredients web owners need to boost PageRank.