Google SEO & Search Engine Marketing Services

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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Google Disavow Tool: 10 Insights from 4 months of Testing

January 14, 2013

We have been testing the disavow tool for nearly 4 months, we have always been an advocate of it after achieving some quick wins immediately after it was launched. However, after months of testing we have found out a lot more about how the tool works, what kind of results are possible and what risks […]

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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 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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