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Search Engine Optimisation is all about natural or organic ranking, so non-paid advertising. We usually explain it as the listings on the left hand side of your search results page! Our dedicated SEO team work to ensure your business gains long lasting rankings within various search engines as Google, Yahoo and Bing. Expect posts about the latest algorithm updates, SEO conferences, strategies, analytics and industry insights.

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Podcast: Digital Marketing in 2014

Our MD, Tim Barlow, was lucky enough to be asked by Gordon at FatBuzz to join him to have a discussion about how SEO has evolved and what you need to focus on in 2014.

The podcast discusses:

Why we believe that SEO is an outcome rather than a strategy
Why unfortunately some sites just cannot be optimised for [...]

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rugbystore.co.uk celebrating 15 years of being online

We would like to wish long-time client rugbystore.co.uk a very happy 15th birthday (and a massive thanks for working with us for the last 8 of those!).

 (and they are celebrating with a 15% off sale this weekend)
Jon and I were lucky enough to be invited to last [...]

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SEO in 2014: What business owners need to know in today’s world – Preview

You’ve probably heard lot of chat about how SEO has changed dramatically over the past few years and some even claim that SEO is in fact dead which is a bit dramatic if you ask me.

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Charlie’s Quick Fire Reading List #4: Landing Pages & White Hats

The fourth installment of Charlie’s Quick Fire Reading List, today you’ll hopefully learn about landing page optimisation (without being bored senseless) and you’ll refresh your knowledge of link building and content marketing tactics.

All good stuff really!

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Will the Google bear bite into your traffic?:Panda 4.0 released today

Matt Cutts from Google has said that version 4.0 of the Google Panda algorithm has been rolled out.
Google is rolling out our Panda 4.0 update starting today.
— Matt Cutts (@mattcutts) May 20, 2014

If you don’t recall what the Panda doesn’t like, it’s thin and poor quality content assessed by humans and then fed [...]

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Tweelinks: Free tool that embodies how great the Internet is

If this doesn’t show the unbelievable amazingness of the Internet and the people using it I don’t know what does. It also talks about an awesome outreach and PR tool / tactic as a byproduct (which is nice).

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Why I Dig Clean HTML: And Why I Think It Benefits SEO

When we think of SEO we more often than not think of content, keywords and rankings. We don’t often think about HTML and code; here’s why you’re being silly not to think about it.

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What’s Google Hummingbird? And should I care?

RUN FOR THE HILLS PEOPLE! Google has changed its algorithm in what’s been called the biggest update to its search procedures in more than a decade. Attacat Joel explains…

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Entrepreneurial Marketing: My personal search for a phrase that sums up how I see marketing today

The short version
Most will know that marketing has changed significantly over the past ten or so years but even many marketing experts struggle to put their finger on exactly what underpins what they do. My own soul searching has led me to sum up marketing today as being about “improving or extending an organisation’s offering [...]

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Optimising your Blog Post: 10 tips

Sometimes writing a beautifully unique blog post isn’t enough to get see through the online masses. By optimising your blog post with these simple tips, you can give it the best chance possible of being seen.


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