SEO


Page speed – Google is commenting


Google is certainly talking about page speed and download times. Read the rest of this entry »
 

Page load download time – it matters


There are lots of rumours circulating at the moment that Google is increasingly using page load time as an important parameter in its ranking algorithm. Read the rest of this entry »
 

Google Social Search


Google's new Social Search experiment provides an further insight into how Google is developing its algorithm. Read the rest of this entry »
 

Why 404 pages should not return a 200 code


Technical issues have a great effect on SEO rankings. It might be difficult to reverse engineer which technical issues have what effects but it must make sense to get things right. Read the rest of this entry »
 

Where to start with an SEO campaign


Whenever I start working for a new client, the first thing I always do is prepare an assessment report that benchmarks where the client's site is now. Read the rest of this entry »
 

Multiple links to same page – anchor text implications


If you have two (or more) links from one page to another page, then SEO value will only be attributed to the anchor text on the first link. Read the rest of this entry »
 

Promoting your Video on YouTube


Video can be a very useful tool in promoting both your website and your products and services. But like everything, they don't 'just get found'. Read the rest of this entry »
 

Are broken links affecting your rankings?


Search engine spiders don’t like to trip up on broken links and it is surprising how easy it is for them to creep in, and they may be doing quite a lot of damage. Read the rest of this entry »
 

The value of local search results and how to get them


Even if you are not looking at customers locally, local search may still be vital for your search engine visibility. Read the rest of this entry »
 

Beware free advice – even on Working Lunch!


Beware free advice - even from a good source. Read the rest of this entry »