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SEO is Here to Stay, Best to Embrace it.

December 27, 2012

This is kind of a late response to the recent SEO debates, the main articles being published on Smashing Magazine by Paul Boag and a rebuttal by Bill Slawski in collaboration with Will Critchlow. In all honesty I think both articles have their merits, however I think neither fully deal with the problem of why […]

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The Tweets vs. Rankings Test by Branded3

April 26, 2012

Hi all, I don’t have much time but just wanted to quickly draw everybody’s attention to a study the Branded3 data team has been carrying out of the last month. As you will probably be aware, Branded3 created and runs the websites twitition.com, a site that now has more than 1.5 million twitter followers and […]

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Creating the Right Offsite Signals for Maximum Ranking Impact

January 22, 2012

Link building is never easy and is probably the most frustrating task an SEO has to undertake. There are many different tools and techniques designed to help you be a more effective link builder, however if you use them without a plan or in isolation of each other you’ll soon find that it just doesn’t […]

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Getting the Most Out of Image Search, More Links & More Traffic

January 6, 2012

Before we get into this, Happy New Year! I hope it’s a prosperous one for all. I wanted to start the New Year off talking about image search, mainly because I think it’s a massively underused method for driving search traffic. In the last year I have had the privilege of working on a few […]

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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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The Difference Between a Well Ranked Site with Good Traffic and a Top Ranked Site with Huge Traffic

March 31, 2011

I have had very little time to blog over the last couple of months, the industry seems to be booming even more so than a few years ago which means I am kept very busy! Despite the lack of posts (other than quick news updates) there has been loads I want to talk about, Google […]

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