Pagination is a tricky issue in SEO, and there are many competing ‘recommended solutions’ out there. Google have now helped to clear the somewhat muddy waters with the consideration of “rel=next” and “rel=prev” link tags, and this post summarises the main approaches to pagination for SEO.
Click through rates on the first page of Google eh? Looking for a definitive answer – you’ve come to the wrong place! The results are in: survey says – we’re not quite sure…
Here’s my recap on what’s been important in Local Search this month:
Google overhauls Places pages
10 top tips for local optimisation
Bing Business Portal (BBP) image control
New Android local functionality
Timeline for listing a new business
We’ve just recently put together a very quick website for Gavin Walker, Senior Broadcast Journalist with the BBC. Nothing special at the moment (and waiting for more content as usual!) – should be updated over the next few days.
More information to follow here about the nature of the experiment [...]
Last week Google made one of the most significant changes it has ever made. It’s very big news for anybody wanting to rank for local search phrases.
Bulgaria’s top SEOs settled in–mildly skeptical yet very eager to listen to and challenge the SEO ambassador they’d seen on countless Whiteboard Fridays. Rand was ready, though, and he delivered.
In the 3-hour marathon session (broken up by a brief 10-minute break), we drank SEO from the fire-hose. No important topic was left uncovered. So, to the takeaways already…
Neil explained how you go about forecasting SEO through the using predictions gained by gauging the potential traffic, revenue etc available. The following headings describe how these predictions can be made.
The Attacat Team could take your
web presence forward