Developing a website may seem a daunting task, but developing a following or a mass of potential leads is even more trying. It takes time, it takes dedication, and, assuming that you are heading down the SEO route, it takes a strong understanding of how search engines work and what they look for. Utilise advanced [...]
‘Why has Google changed?’ and more importantly, ‘What impact are these amendments going to have on our place in Google rankings?’
How will our SEO practices be affected by all the adjustments announced by Google this year? Are you prepared for the impact of Indexing Symbols, Panda, Curl Up, Lice and Freshness? Consistent updates to demonstrate recent activity is definitely advice to implement.
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I love controversy. Headlines like: ’Is Google evil?’ really provoke and I’m always fascinated to read arguments such as ‘Google is affecting university research’. Apparently when students decide on topics for their dissertations they Google their ideas first and if there’s little information they try another topic. That makes me laugh really because surely research [...]
Google’s Matt Cutts has become the official face of Google SEO in recent years. While the search giant like to keep their cards understandably close to their chest when it comes to giving ranking factors away, they do occasionally give us some clue what we should be doing to improve search rankings. Perhaps more common [...]
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