Google SEO & Search Engine Marketing Services

Visualising & Understanding Where You Need To Build Links

February 6, 2011

If you’re anything like me you will have been in a position hundreds of times, where you a trying to rank for a given keyword and no matter what you do, you cannot break into that top 5 or hit that first position. Part of you says ‘just keep going & build more links’, however […]

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Brand Anchor Text Fails! Google Lift The Veil!

November 23, 2010

Many of you will remember the article I released on brand anchor text and how I thought it was playing a role in rankings, plus I insinuated that over optimised link profiles were been filtered to give a more natural look to the SERPs? Well it seems I was wrong and anchor text is still […]

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Site Wide Links Count As One – Google The New SEO Tool?

October 14, 2010

Google have recently updated the way they show link data in webmaster tools. Historically the link data they have shown has literally been a snap shot of links to any particular website, the information was pretty much useless to an SEO at any level. However, Google have now decided to break down that link data […]

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Anchor Text Has Lost Its Edge – Time To Build A Healthy Strong Domain, Old Techniques Are Not Going to Cut it

September 13, 2010

Last year I published a link correlation article showing the most important link building metrics to consider when putting together a campaign. If you missed it check it out here. It was republished and linked to widely including from SEOmoz as it was data from their tools that helped me put the report together. I […]

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Has Bing Really Had an Impact on Search and Should This Change Our SEO Efforts?

August 28, 2010

In Mar/April last year I made comment on Bing and did a little comparison between Google’s and Bing’s results in terms of what factors I thought differed between them. At that point everyone expected Bing to make a real dent in Google’s search share with Microsoft pumping millions in investment into the project. Now we […]

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Tracking Your Search Traffic – How to Quickly Spot Issues with Your Organic Traffic and Check Longtail Performance

May 30, 2010

If you are serious about SEO and increasing search traffic then it is important to track it, not just by logging into your analytics everyday but by keeping in depth records of which keywords are driving traffic and any abnormal fluctuations. Working in an SEO agency it is important to track this for clients, you […]

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Analytics + Optimised Content + Anchor Text Links = More Traffic

May 10, 2010

Yes the title sounds obvious right? Of course optimised content and traffic equate to more traffic duh! But where do analytics fit in? Well I have banged on enough about long tail keywords on this blog but guess what? I am going to do it again as this is a really simple technique for increasing […]

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