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Content Outreach – It’s All In The Angle.

Content Outreach has always come across as one of the parts of SEO that is very formulaic, writing articles and getting them posted. Is it that simple?  You may find you get more success by using your content wisely and taking on a more intelligent approach to link development. It is one thing... More

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5 Tips for Writing Brilliant Blog Titles

With over 2 million blog posts published each day, it's becoming increasingly difficult to actually get people to read your content. Not only should your post be a great piece of writing, but it should ideally be published on an authoritative site to rank in the SERPs, and the site should have an... More

@CiaranOliver

Pinterest for businesses

Pinterest has launched business pages on their site. What are the implications for all the people asking, ‘What does this actually mean for my business?’ Should you rush out and set up a business page for your company? Resources There are a few considerations to be worked through before you... More

@LisaDMyers

Senior SEO Consultant – Verve Search

Verve Search is a rapidly growing SEO Agency, in fact we are an award winning SEO agency. We all love SEO and take immense pride in not just getting to the top of the rankings but generating the RIGHT traffic for our clients; converting traffic. We are now an 11 people strong team and growing... More

@LisaDMyers

Head of SEO Vacancy at Verve Search

You are super excited about SEO, probably refer to it as an art (which it SO is), you’re a brilliant people manager and teacher, as well as a solid strategist. You look at a site and have an instinct for what is likely to be technically wrong, you come up with link development strategies in your... More

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SearchLove: How to Create Infographics that aren’t Sh*t

SearchLove is over, and my head is either full of new stuff to try out or I'm nursing a really bad hangover. There were some great talks on the first day from Justin Briggs, Will Critchlow and Rand Fishkin, as well as a few which were a bit thin on the ground. For me, the one that really stood... More

@LisaDMyers

International SEO – my slides from Search Love London

I've just got back to the office from 2 days at Search  Love London. A fantastic conference, great speakers, networking and food (the latter is more important that you think). I promised I would share my slides from my sessions so here they are. I went through my view of best geo targeting for an... More

@DSmulevich

5 Talks You Shouldn’t Have Missed from Search Love London

I’m back to work after two awesome days at Search Love London. I have a pile of notes from the conference sitting on my desk, so I thought I would share them with the world. I guess this blog post would be too long if it contained all the tips shared at Search Love, so I will try to focus on the... More

@sohaibmsiddique

How to Optimise Your WordPress Site with Yoast

WordPress is easy to use and install, making it an ideal content management system (CMS) for bloggers. You don't need in-depth programming knowledge and it's very flexible in terms of plug-ins and support. This is why many webmasters claim that WordPress is one of the best CMS platforms out there... More

@SJayatilleke

How to Maximise Your PPC Seller Ratings (Post 04/09/11 Update)

Nothing Lasts Forever – this should be the slogan for Google and their regular updates. A couple of weeks ago Google introduced an update on the seller rating extensions. Is Google just playing with us, and what is the true motive for this update? Get your notepads out and listen... More