Google SEO & Search Engine Marketing Services

Understanding & Dealing with Pagination Issues for Google

September 22, 2011

Those of you who keep on top of the Google Webmaster blog will have no doubt read about their recent pagination fix, or at least their advice on how to deal with it and become more Google friendly. What is pagination For those of you who aren’t sure what pagination is, in layman terms it’s […]

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Google Multi-Channel Funnels – Simply Awesome

August 27, 2011

If you run an ecommerce site you will have no doubt been frustrated with Google in the past due to the small amount of data it’s been able to provide concerning your conversion funnel. Many will have turned to coremetrics or omniture, however Google have pulled their finger out and changed their attribution model and […]

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Dominate More Rankings With Effective Online Site Hubs

July 8, 2011

First of all let me apologise for the lack of activity on here recently, life is pretty busy at the moment and despite having lots to say the blog has had to take a back seat, however over the last month a lot has happened in the world of search, therefore lots to talk about. […]

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Using the Cross Domain Rel Canonical as an SEO Weapon

May 25, 2011

We’ve known since 2009 that Google fully supports the cross domain rel=canonical and more recently it has transpired that the canonical may be faster and more effective than a 301, the traditional way for SEO’s to point the right link juice at the right places. Seriously, there are a number of ways this can be […]

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One Month After Panda, Some Things To Think About

May 13, 2011

So it’s been around a month since Panda hit the UK and even though there has been plenty of commentary around it I think it’s a good idea to go through some findings, I have seen the analytics of over 20 hit websites now and even though there is no clear answer yet there a […]

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It Doesn’t Matter Where You Point Links, Google Will Pick The Page

April 27, 2011

You will have all seen and heard me mention the fact that Google now seems to be choosing which page of your site to rank based on internal links & on page factors, rather than relying solely on external links and the anchor text used. This all happened at the end of last Summer and […]

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Could Scrapers Damage Your Traffic After Panda?

March 25, 2011

After doing a bit of traffic analysis across my sites this week it has become evident that my ‘Google’ organic traffic is down around 40% on certain domains, luckily these domains aren’t relied upon financially but the results are a little worrying. There are no obvious trends in terms of keywords, however I noticed some […]

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