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Relevancy and Creating A Defensible Profile

October 21, 2010

I get a lot of emails every week about various SEO related issues, so much so that I am considering launching a forum in 2011 so the readership as a whole can benefit from the queries and subsequent answers. One question that has been raised multiple times this week is the issue of relevancy; “Do […]

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Backing Up The Brand – Are Over Optimised Link Profiles A Barrier To Top 5 Rankings?

September 19, 2010

Well it seems like my last article caused a bit of a scare and sent shivers down the spines of link buyers everywhere No, but seriously it had over 10,000 hits last week and was reported in all the right places, however there was the odd murmur labelling the article unreliable and structured poorly. They […]

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My View on the State of the SERPS

August 22, 2010

Any newbie’s reading?? SERPS = Search engine results pages OK, I am sure most of my readers saw the post by Rand on SEOmoz this week talking about spam in the index, results that offer little value but are still ranking highly. He reels off a load of results in the engines that have a […]

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5 Link Building Myths You Should Ignore

August 9, 2010

Hello!!! First of all let me apologise it has been almost a month since I last posted. I have been unbelievably busy on various projects and unfortunately the blog has had to take a back seat. However, you should now start seeing regular posts again As I said, over the last 5 – 6 weeks […]

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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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Google Finally Gives More Weight To Editorial, Natural Link Profiles

December 23, 2009

You no doubt monitor your ranking within Google and even though many online authorities say keyword ranking is not as important as it once was there are still a number of reasons to keep track of it. 1) It lets you know Google is happy with your optimisation practices 2) It helps you understand how […]

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Anchor Distribution and Anchor Text Penalties

November 4, 2009

I want to address something today which seems to be a concrete SEO principal yet I see very little evidence around to justify the theory. The theory goes something like this “Over optimising your anchor text can cause a Google penalty, as Google have filters in their algorithm that pick up on anchor text manipulation” […]

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