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@BiginSEO

ViewState: SEO killer or simply a hidden menace?

We have a client with a site running on asp.net – Microsoft’s proprietary coding system and in a recent audit or their website, we discovered that many of the pages were of massive weight, although on the surface there doesn’t seem to be much there to make up such huge file sizes. Looking... More

@ciaranoliver

Speed: How it can improve your working life

Speed I thought that I’d share some observations about online marketing and speed: basically, the relationship between the two and how you can inject speed into your daily process. Speed matters.  If you’re not getting things done quickly then your content isn’t getting online quickly... More

@Martazepol

SEO for Journalists: From Paper to Screen

Most of us journalists know that the internet is the future. In terms of communication and content, this particularly affects journalists who, even if they don’t feel really passion about it, must recognise its benefits and get involved in the digital world. Once this step has been taken, we... More

@sohaibmsiddique

Is User-Generated Content THAT Great?

Regardless of what industry you are in, what type of goods you sell or what services you offer, there is one rule every business should follow: tell the customers that you care. Let them know that you value their opinion—that they are more than just another e-commerce transaction that will be... More

@BiginSEO

The First Point of Conversion

Writing Meta tags and Titles is one job that normally gets given to the most junior member of an agency team. It's a ball-ache and too menial to be carried out by someone senior, and besides, it's good practice for SEO newbies to get to know all about keywords and how to pack them in to pages like... More

@josiemsampson

SES London 2013 – Day Three

Day Three at SES I made a flying visit to the morning of Day Three at SES London 2013. Here’s what I picked up from the experience of my first ever SEO conference (besides the free coffee….) The talk that I attended, ‘Breaking Down the Borders: International and Multilingual SEO’ was... More

@SJayatilleke

SES London 2013 – Day One

Day One of SES London 2013 has successfully ended and offered valuable insights on Social Media, Content Marketing and Data Analysis. During my first ever attendance at SES, I was able to experience great talks, meet people from different markets and companies; and last but not least enjoy the... More

@MattELindley

It’s Not Only Rock ‘N’ Roll… The SEO of Band Names

Why Can sucks as a band name [caption id="attachment_1413" align="aligncenter" width="485"] Off the radar: SEO fugitives Can[/caption] I think Simon Reynolds said it in reference to Dolphins into the Future. If you can get the right band name, you’re halfway there. If you can pull those... More

@SJayatilleke

Ultimate European Search Conferences Guide 2013

Surviving the supposedly Mayan 'End of the World' mass hysteria in 2012 and with 2013 already under way, we can finally concentrate on which search events/ conferences to attend or speak this year. But hold up a second … There are so many events going on in 2013; which ones are a DEFINITE MUST... More

@DSmulevich

The Ultimate Guide to Developing Mobile Websites

Inspired by Search London Meetup on recommendations for smartphone sites, I decided to put a post together to clear up any doubts or myths regarding mobile SEO. At this point, everybody should already know how important it is to have mobile optimised websites, and how much more it will become... More