Monday, 24 July 2017 by Harry
Most people don’t go past the first page of Google search results. So how can your business end up there? Here are 5 secrets you need to know to stay on top. When most people search for a product or business in Google, they find what they need on the first page of results. So
Tagged under: Google search results
Monday, 17 July 2017 by Harry
Performing a regular SEO site analysis is essential to ensuring your marketing dollars are being well spent. Here are the 3 metrics you need to understand. Unless you’re analysing your website’s SEO regularly it’s impossible to know if you’re getting the best return on investment for your marketing dollars. Search engine optimisation remains an important business
Tagged under: Site Analysis
Friday, 16 June 2017 by Harry
Are you looking to generate relevant content and target keywords to boost your search ranking? Here’s how using Google Trends for SEO. If you run a website, chances are you’ve heard about Google Trends. Maybe you checked it out once, entered a few keywords, said, “Hey, that’s pretty cool,” and then left. Wait. Google Trends
Tagged under: Google Trends for SEO
Thursday, 15 June 2017 by Harry
Having a little writers block with your blog topic ideas? We’re helping you get back on track with these 4 ways to generate topic ideas. Regular blogging has lots of benefits for your WordPress site. B2C companies that post 16+ blogs a month receive 4.5 times the amount of traffic as companies that upload less
Tagged under: Topic Ideas
Stop words, you say? What in the name of information overload is a stop word? In a nutshell, stop words are words Google overlooks when it’s ranking your website for SEO. Words like what, when, who and where, as well as small words like the, an, of and or.
Tuesday, 28 June 2016 by Joe
Search Engine Optimisation has become a fundamental aspect of the Internet Marketing industry, and as the use of search engines is constantly increasing, the need for more pertinent search results is of a higher priority for the general public. Internet search giants - especially Google - have responded to this with a proactive approach.
Tuesday, 28 June 2016 by Joe
Registering your business with Google Places – sometimes called Google My Business – boosts the chances of your customers finding you in a Google search, on Google Maps and on Google+ (remember that?). It even integrates with social media platforms such as Instagram (you knew you could tag your Instagram photos to your business address, right?).
Wednesday, 18 May 2016 by admin
Google is the most popular search engine, so we’ll use it as the basis for explaining how everything works. When you create your website, you are found via searches, but when you search Google, you aren’t searching the entire World Wide Web, you are searching Google’s index.
Monday, 07 March 2016 by admin
Google has thrown a spanner in the works for the average internet marketing specialist; so we’ve had to search through our toolbox to find: the root of this alteration, how this will grow to affect companies like us, and how we can combat this issue so that we and similar businesses continue to flourish.
Wednesday, 24 February 2016 by admin
Search Engine Optimisation or (SEO) is an ongoing process but as with most things there are some fundamentals that should be in place right at the start, we endeavour to make all of our websites "search engine friendly" and ensure that all of our clients understand the difference between On Page SEO & Off Page SEO, one without the other can be effective but both together (done properly) will make your website a success.