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Do Page Titles & Page Descriptions Really Matter in SEO?

Go back a few years in SEO terms and backlinks were all the rage (this is before Google penalised you for what it regarded as spammy backlinks), go back even further and On Page factors were seen as most important. Page Titles, Page Descriptions (these directly influence how your search snippets appear in Google search […]

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New Google Updates Coming 21st April – You have been warned!

Google rarely is so public when it makes changes but from the 21st of April your website needs to be “mobile friendly”. If you don’t do this then you risk getting penalised in the Google rankings. You can check this by looking at your website on a Smartphone, does its appearance change or does it […]

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SEO Growth Voucher Advisors

The Growth Vouchers programme is a great way to increase your online marketing presence. Because the funding is shared 50/50 you essentially pay half and the government pays half, fantastic if you’re a smaller company who wants some help with their online marketing. If you want to use the growth vouchers for SEO then you […]

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There’s more than one way to skin a cat – The simple truth about your website doing what you want it to -Part 1

Ok, not the most politically correct comment, but you know what I mean, the end result is what’s important not necessarily how you get there. I’ve been marketing online for over 10 years in one way or another and through that time I’ve worked with the rules that the search engines dictate, most of the […]

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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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2013 SEO Ranking Factors

Want to know the secrets of SEO success? Well this report from Search Metrics will definitely help! Having evaluated the top 10,000 keyword phrases, they looked at what the pages that got the most visibility-  in this case search engine visibility had in common. Some of the things won’t surprise you but what you do […]

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More Client feedback from our work

We recently did some 1-2-1 SEO training for Claire at http://www.whowardtimber.co.uk/ A great company who do an amazing range of moulded MDF skirting boards if you’re into DIY or are interested in distributing them. Claire was kind enough to say this “I really cannot think of any improvements I really enjoyed the session. The content […]

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Client feedback from our latest SEO Course

Last week we ran some SEO training for Rebecca from Be. Loved bridal (www.belovedbridal.co.uk) Be. Loved Bridal supplies high quality wedding accessories and Rebecca was looking to get more visibility for her website as well as tips and ideas to make her website more interactive. She was kind enough to say this about the training […]

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In a rush with your SEO? Slow & steady wins the race! Think Goldilocks!

That’s right just like the hare and the tortoise! Google’s much heralded “Over SEO’d” penalty should be starting to kick in soon, so don’t be tempted just to get lots and lots of quick spammy links, slow and steady definitely wins the race. It’s no coincidence that the web sites we’ve been working on the […]

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What Do I tell you about videos?

Those of you that have been on my course or have heard me talk at networking know that video can be really important for SEO, for generating dynamic content on you website, for getting you traffic from other sources (You Tube) and for keeping people on your site for longer. Here’s  a link to some stats that […]

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