Category Blogging

October 24, 2016

On November 29th, 2012 wrote on the subject of Blogging,Internet,Online Marketing,Social Media.

Rise of the Digital Voyeurs: What is Your Role in Social Media? »

  Every day we sign into Facebook, Twitter , Google+ and a plethora of other Social Media platforms. The content shared on these sites is limitless, and with new content being created and shared every day, the power of Social Media has never been stronger. We are constantly told about the benefits of Social Media […]

On November 27th, 2012 wrote on the subject of Blogging,Internet,SEO.

Google Authorship: Your Agent, Promoter, and New Best Friend! »

    ‘Google Authorship’. You’ve probably heard it being bandied around and if you haven’t taken the time to look into it, now’s your chance. Google Authorship will arguably prove to be the most significant tool for building rankings that Google has ever introduced; and if you’re smart about it, you can start benefiting immediately. […]

[Infographic] – Which search engine holds the most weight? »

Google, Google, Google…it’s all we talk about, it’s (possibly) all we care about in terms of SEO ranking and PPC ads, and some might say they even live in fear of it (you know, since the big bad Panda updates). One thing we can’t argue with however, is its resourcefulness; it has “everything” one could […]

How to create the perfect return-customer! »

If you take a look at what you eat, where you shop or even what you wear, you’ll discover that the most effective brands and businesses in your life are successful because of their ability to keep you trapped in their rotating doors. You’ll buy that same beverage maybe twice a week, and go to […]

On July 19th, 2011 wrote on the subject of Blogging,SEO,Social Media.

Ecommerce website content for SEO – what is it and are you wasting your time? »

A phrase that you often hear being thrown about by SEOs is “content is king”, Although this is (arguably) true, I think that in many cases this just leads to commercial webmasters blindly adding low-quality content to their websites for the sake of it without really considering if it is beneficial to them in any […]

On May 10th, 2011 wrote on the subject of Blogging,Datadial,Internet.

How to turn bounces to boomerangs! »

Are your bounce rates extremely high? Does Google Analytic’s show that people are only spending a very short time on your site before leaving? Loyalty rates low?  As a web-master if you face any of these issues, read on for some tips on how to overcome them: Have some “me” time Link to your site – […]

Why it is now impossible to rank as #1 in search engines… »

The evolution of the Internet shows the constant change in the way search engines fetch you the information you want when you put in a query. Gone are the days, when a uniform set of results would pop up irrespective of who you are, where, when and how you searched a particular term. One such […]

On December 2nd, 2010 wrote on the subject of Blogging,Email marketing,Internet Marketing,Online Marketing,SEO,Social Media.

The nature of the ‘NoFollow’ tag… and some reasons you should avoid it. »

Blog spamming is inevitable. It occurs when people post numerous links within comments sections in a blog article with the intention of readers of that article scrolling down to the comments bit to add their two pennies worth, seeing these links posted by other “readers” of that article and clicking on those links. Whilst this […]