Google SEO & Search Engine Marketing Services

Consolidating Link Signals? International Link Building Just Got Easier, Maybe.

February 6, 2012

International SEO has always been a little tricky, mainly because historically Google has done such bad job of displaying the right pages in the right locations. So trying to get your websites indexed, ranking and being served to the right people in the right place can be somewhat of a chore. Best practices for making […]

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Press Releases & Link Building

January 24, 2012

I recently wrote a post for the YOUmoz section of SEOmoz which detailed some findings from a quick survey I did. The survey detailed what companies are spending on press release distribution services and 20 SEO’s from various UK agencies answered the survey. You can read the full post here – Are You Wasting Budget […]

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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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Stop Google From Getting At Your Content

January 15, 2012

Bit of a strange one today, we usually talk about how to get Google to notice more of our content, not about blocking them from getting at it. However, there are times when we want Google to stay away from our pages and not crawl or index the content on them, in this post I […]

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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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The ‘Daddy’ Search Roundup of 2011

December 14, 2011

Well that’s it, another year has come and gone, and what a year it’s been for all those involved in Search! Panda kills websites from February, Google removing our precious keyword data and the demise of Yahoo Site Explorer :(. Sounds pretty grim, however I personally think this year has been transformational from a Search […]

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Negative & Positive Link Spikes – Tripping Anchor Text Filters

December 2, 2011

The term ‘link spikes’ has been around a long time, usually to describe unnatural link patterns that Google uses to put the smack down on overly aggressive link builders. Using the term in this way is correct and yes, creating crazy link spikes in your link profile will put you in trouble. What people don’t […]

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