Tag Archives: SEO

To celebrate their 8th birthday, Twitter released this tool allowing users to check what their very first Tweet was on Twitter. We decided to have a little bit of fun and look at the first tweets from some of the movers and shakers in the SEO industry. For us, Twitter has simply been one of […]

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Matt Cutts (head of Google’s Spam team) has recently added a new video to YouTube explaining how Google uses “Human Raters” to help with improving their search results. He explains it much better than me below: Not sure about you, but I found it fascinating how Google are continually trying to improve the search results […]

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Below is a great overview of many things that should be considered when looking at the optimisation of your website:   SEO Infographic by SEO Book

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Back on the 15th September I wrote a blog about an experiment I was about to try for the search phrase SEO Lincolnshire. A quick recap was that I hadn’t considered the phrase before and after research decided it was worth a try. Realistically I should have posted before today, as I had reached the […]

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There is one question that is often repeated when I am attending business networking events: When should I consider using an SEO expert?   EVERY search engine optimisation person will tell you – AT THE VERY START of your website development process. Why? Firstly, a Search Engine Optimisation consultant will look to see HOW people search for your […]

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One of the techniques we use as search engine optimisation consultants is the allintitle: search in Google. An all in title search will show you the number of websites that have the keyword or keyphrase as part of their page title. This can be a good indicator as to how much competition you are going […]

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Recently I was at a Search engine optimisation presentation, when the presenter inadvertently did two things. Firstly he talked about how well ranked he was for SEO Lincolnshire, a search phrase I had considered but at the time dismissed. When I got home I checked up on the search term and discovered it actually had […]

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