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The Attacat BrainArchive for the ‘ SEO ’ Category

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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Keyword tools: 12 resources for researching keywords

Good keyword research is the base for any good SEO or PPC campaign, so here are a few research tools you might find useful.

May 2012 New Media Breakfast: making the most of Facebook timeline for business pages #nmbrek

(Here are my notes taken from the recent Facebook New Media Breakfast. Please be gentle, this is my first post on the Attacat Brain!)
This month’s New Media Breakfast (#NMBrek) (ran in Glasgow last month) kicked off with the video of

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Month in Numbers – April 2012

April was positively raining interesting internet stats – check them out in our Month In Numbers roundup.

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inaccurate Google Maps listings – Harrods of Bradford

Google Maps: the key to improving local results or just an unreliable mess? Where is Harrods exactly? I’ll check Google Maps. Imagine my surprise to find out where it was…

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March SEO Roundup: how search evolved in March 2012

When I sat down at the end of February to write an SEO roundup, the subject matter really didn’t inspire.  Some posts just don’t deserve a publish button. March on the other hand was full of intrigue with promise of more change on the horizon.
Blog network armageddon
Before you read this as Google penalising blogs, please don’t.  […]

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LinkLove: 48 tips and 14 tools you should know #LinkLove

The advice was flowing at the LinkLove London conference, and if you haven’t the time to read all my summary posts then the following are the must-read tips and tools talked about at the linkbuilding conference.

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LinkLove Notes: Linkbuilding stalking made easy #LinkLove

(Notes from the London Link Love Conference)
Presenter: Will Reynolds
from seerinteractive.com

“We need to stop begging”, says Will, “And stop looking so pathetic”.
Target the ‘big shots’ – the people you want to be connected to you, the influentual guys. And these […]

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LinkLove Notes: SEO and strategic content marketing #LinkLove

(Notes from the London Link Love Conference)
Presenter: Rand Fishkin
from SEOmoz 

Rand did his usual and gave a very compelling talk about the value of great content, no matter what industry or niche you are in.
Much of Google’s linking algorithm is based on links and their interpretation as a ‘vote’ […]

Link Love Notes: link building that works #LinkLove

Notes from Will Critchlow’s  presentation at Distilled’s Link Building conference in London, 30th March 2012. More coverage here.

Will Critchlow
from distilled.com
Why isn’t my linkbuilding working?
Ask “why?” three of four times. There are usually three mains problems:

You’re not doing anything
You’re not doing enough / you’re not doing […]

Link Love Notes: SEO tools and tricks from the trenches #LinkLove

Notes from a link building conference in London. OK, the link building conference in London.  Read all of Joel”s coverage here.

Martin MacDonald
from Expedia EAN
A lot of linkbuildings are fighting alone.
So, you can develop a linkbuilding army! (sparmy?)
Do you do what others do? The problem […]


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