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The Real Challenge for SEO Agencies

October 6, 2014

With all the turbulence in the SEO industry at the minute it can be easy to assume that the challenges SEO agencies face revolve around building natural links, understanding users, hiring the right people or producing genuinely interesting content. Whilst all of these areas could be a challenge given the new landscape, there is a […]

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Why SEO’s Should Let go of Links

February 25, 2014

Before I even write this post I am imagining the comments that will begin to come through from those that only bothered to read the title, however if you keep reading I can promise you that this is not a “links are dead post” however I maintain that SEO’s should let go of them. We […]

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SEO for Ecommerce – Google and People

April 26, 2013

On Wednesday I attempted to make my way down to the Internet World Expo, unfortunately due to a delayed train I was unable to make it and therefore unable to present on SEO for ecommerce websites. I am planning on running a webinar in the near future, however I thought it would also be good […]

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The Disavow Tool Works! Real Sites, Real Recoveries!

October 25, 2012

See update here  – More Insights on the Disavow and Recovery   It seems like the only thing I have posted about this year is penalties, link removals and reconsideration requests!! Well at long last I can finally put a post together that is a little more positive; in short I have some good news! […]

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Finally! Google Launches a Link Disavow Tool

October 16, 2012

Well at long last Mr Cutts announces the anticipated link disavow tool at Pubcon: This gives webmasters the opportunity to upload a text file through webmaster tools, identifying any toxic links they believe point to their website, it does however come with a few warnings. – Just because you think a link is toxic doesn’t […]

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Panda, Penguin, Link Building, Penalties and more…

September 21, 2012

I have been involved in a number of seminars/conferences over the past couple of months, mainly discussing Google’s recent algorithm changes and link building strategy in light of events. Below are my slides from BrightonSEO, where I spent 3 – 4 hours with a group of 40 discussing the above and working through common issues […]

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Alternatives to Paying Cash for Links and Strengthening Editorial Barriers

August 23, 2012

Notice in the title of this post that I mention ‘cash’, ultimately if you’re looking to generate links to your site you’re going to pay for it, whether it is time, expertise, giveaways or cash. There is a ton of information floating around the industry about innovative ways to drive links to your site; however, […]

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