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How to get your Google Local Business Listing and make it work

First of all let’s talk about why it’s important. Google optimises for local search very differently than it does for broad national searches. With Broad search terms you’re more likely to see a Google top 10 full of major brands and generally speaking those companies with the clout and resource to put serious amount of […]

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Doncaster Chamber SEO Presentation 24 January 2014 – Slides

Here are the slides from the presentation we did yesterday for the Doncaster Chamber on SEO and how to get more visible in Google. Hope you get some value from the seminar! PS If the presentation doesn’t respond when you click it, click on the Slide Share icon in the bottom left and watch it […]

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How to use Google Trends for SEO

We ran an SEO seminar last week and I was amazed to see that out of the 15 people in the room nobody uses the Google Trends Tool. This tool is one of my favourites and you absolutely should use it!!! In this video I show you how.

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Small Business SEO – Part 5, Get Content Ideas From Google

We all know that Google likes new, fresh, relevant content, but one of the biggest problems we see within SEO is trying to get that content from the client. You know what it’s like, normally one person is allocated as the content provider and because it’s not their normal job its something that gets left […]

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Small Business SEO – Part 4, Local directory listings

Another week and its time for another tip, to help anyone looking to enhance their small business SEO strategy especially with Google Places! The whole point of being a small local business is that you’re normally looking for local clients. In the next part we’ll take a look at setting up your Google Places listing […]

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Small Business SEO – Part 3, Research with Google Trends

If I’m honest this should really be an addition to Part 1 when we looked at several tools that are freely available for keyword research. Whether you target national searches or better local SEO results, the tool we’re about to tell you about can really help! When we run face to face seminars, I ask the […]

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Small Business SEO – Part 2, On page SEO

If you’ve gone through Part 1 you’ll have an idea how to use the free Google keyword tool to understand how people search for your products and services vital if you’re a small business trying to get visibility online, you’ll also have set up your Google Places listing (and don’t forget to use the valuable […]

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Small Business SEO Seminar – Doncaster Chamber 20th June 2013

These are the slides from a seminar we ran this morning for Doncaster Chamber. This is where we help small businesses and local businesses wit their SEO, providing good solid advice they can go away and implement, I hope you find them useful. Small Business SEO – Doncaster Chamber Presentation June 2013 from andy1005

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Small Business SEO – Part 1, Keyword research & Google Places

How to tackle local SEO if you’re a small business Local SEO (Search Engine optimisation) is one of those things that someone who has set up a small business doesn’t necessarily know much about or why it’s important. What I want to do here is to explain some of the easy steps you can take […]

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Doncaster Chamber Events – An hour well spent – Andy Roberts SEO – June 13th 2013

These are the slides from the presentation this morning’s Doncaster seminar. I hope they give you plenty of value and allow you to get the SEO basics done right! Doncaster Chamber Events – An hour well spent – Andy Roberts SEO – June 13th 2013 from andy1005

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