Google SEO & Search Engine Marketing Services

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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The Truth About Buying Text Links

July 1, 2010

I am going to discuss something that is usually seen as a big no no when it comes to SEO and have to point out at this point that what I discuss in this article is my own perspective and opinion, it is not the opinion of Branded3 or any of their associates. Paid links […]

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Working in Search – How We Deliver Results at Branded3

June 6, 2010

This post is aimed at those in the SEO/Online Marketing Industry, if you have no interest in the industry you might find this a little dull, if you do read on I have numerous requests now asking for a post along the lines of “a day in the life of an SEO consultant” or “a […]

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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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When Sitewide Links Can Be Useful

May 23, 2010

There has been a lot of talk over the last couple of years about sitewide links or links in footers. Many experienced SEO’s and internet marketers have openly slammed them as being spammy and carrying little in terms of link juice and authority; however the truth is they are very effective links in terms of […]

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The End Of Google Rankings As We Know It! Rotational Rankings?

April 16, 2010

I always worry about posting new found research as some clever dick always pops up to tell you they discovered it in 1999, however I have noticed something in the rankings recently that has made me re think Google rankings. The Story OK so I decided a couple of weeks ago to rank for “SEO […]

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Use Open Site Explorer To Exploit Your Competitors Hard Work

April 7, 2010

Before you begin any SEO campaign there are a few things you really need to think about, one of them is “who are my competition?”. If you intend to compete in a certain market you need to firstly be clear about your keywords and secondly clear about your competition, or more importantly what your competition […]

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