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).
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.
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…
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.
In the kick-off keynote at last month’s Digital, Chris Thomson from ComScore made this statement: ‘Doing Search [search engine marketing/optimisation]? Stop it, it’s not clever. Do something else instead.’ While that is almost tempting, let me instead explain why I – a man who has dof search in his time – lean towards agreeing with Chris.
Tomorrow evening Attacat Tim will be co-speaking along with Euan Duncan from MacRoberts LLP at the Scottish Society for Computers and Law about the topic of SEO and the Law. Learn more about what the evening holds here…
Google has recently announced it will shortly be rolling out a redesign of its search result page.
Matt Cutts has provided some more details on the next Google ranking algorithm update to Penguin through the SES event and SEOroundtable.com:
We’re still in the early stages of Penguin where the engineers are incorporating new signals and iterating to improve the algorithm. Because of that, expect that the next few Penguin updates will [...]
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