Category SEO

August 24, 2016

On January 23rd, 2014 wrote on the subject of Blogging,Internet Marketing,Online Marketing,SEO.

Reducing Your Content Marketing to 1 Hour a Week »

I ran an experiment last year. I had a website with no blog. It had lots of pages on a niche topic, but very few readers. I installed a blog and began posting once per month. In a year, the traffic doubled – (I’ll admit it increased from ‘barely perceptible’ to ‘quite unremarkable’, but you […]

On January 16th, 2014 wrote on the subject of Online Marketing,Reputation Management,SEO.

Link Reclamation – 7 Basic Wins »

  What is link reclamation? Link reclamation is where you’re looking to re-establish links or mentions that were directed towards your site in the past. There are many reasons why previous links may have disappeared but usually it comes down to technical reasons, such as updated pages or a wrong redirect put in place. You […]

On January 6th, 2014 wrote on the subject of Internet Marketing,Online Marketing,SEO,Social Media.

The Daily Mail Thinks You’re a Dribbling Simpleton »

  The Daily Mail Thinks You’re a Dribbling Simpleton “The Daily Mail is a worm-ridden sack of pus, sucking the life out of everything that’s beautiful about our world” – reportedly the opening lines of The Dead Sea Scrolls. That said, they run one of the most successful websites on the internet. Now I’m going […]

On December 18th, 2013 wrote on the subject of SEO,Web Analytics.

A review of Majestic SEOs new search explorer »

  Majestic SEO, the web’s biggest open link map, just recently updated their search explorer tool to version “Alpha v0.3”.  The search explorer allows marketers to search on a specialised search engine which ranks pages based on how influential on the web graph they are. The approach is no nonsense and provides realistic search results, […]

On November 25th, 2013 wrote on the subject of Internet Marketing,Online Marketing,SEO.

Nobody Cares About Your Brand »

One of the biggest problems facing Content Marketers is how best to represent ‘The Brand’ when developing engaging content. I’ve got a newsflash for you: YOU DON’T HAVE TO!!!! In fact, I’d go even further and say you should always try to move away from your brand when building content. The less ‘advertorial’ the content […]

On October 10th, 2013 wrote on the subject of Industry News,SEO.

Google’s Biggest Update in Years has Already Happened: Hummingbird »

Those of us interested in how search engines work have been talking this week about ‘Hummingbird’. Not the hollow-boned, nectar-loving tweetie-pies; rather Google’s newest and most revolutionary search engine algorithm in quite some time. You’ll likely have heard of ‘Panda’ and ‘Penguin’. They were algorithmic updates which supposedly made the search results better. Unlike their […]

On August 21st, 2013 wrote on the subject of SEO.

How to Check a Link is Live (and Scrape It’s Anchor Text) Using Google Docs »

I’ve been using Google Docs to keep track of links built to client sites and to track the progress of any link removal work. Occasionally I’ve noticed links have either been removed, the linking page no longer exists, or the links reported in that incredibly useless ‘sample link report’ are wrong. As SEOs/link builders/content marketers/inbound […]

On July 8th, 2013 wrote on the subject of Internet Marketing,Online Marketing,SEO,Social Media.

Interactive Content: Building strong links via infographics »

In response to the growing need to get creative in the link building world, our content team has been putting a lot more effort into developing Infographics as part of the outreach process. The offer of a resource with great data and a huge visual impact is something that’s useful to both the bloggers we […]