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@ruthharrisonrob

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

@MattELindley

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

@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

@DSmulevich

5 FREE SEO Tools You Didn’t Know You Were Missing

As an SEO, I love tools. I can’t help it. As most of the new generation of SEOs, I don’t come from a techie background, so I use tools of any sort to help me in my daily tasks. And most of them are free. I could probably write a book about the tools that we use here at Verve Search, but today... More

@ben_holbrook

How to Implement the Rel=”Publisher” Google Authorship Mark Up

You don't need me to tell you how popular 'Rich Snippets' have become to the world of search and social media. Everywhere you turn you'll find write-ups about new schemas that allow you to add extra data to show how great your pages are in the SERPs. You may have even read my recent post 'How to... More

@ben_holbrook

A Guide To Rich Snippets, Schema & Microdata

I have been scouring the Internet in my quest to learn more about microformats and using schemas, but unfortunately, the majority of posts that I've found are from authors trying to exaggerate its difficulty level in order to make something quite simple sound more technical. With that in mind I... More

@ben_holbrook

How to Implement the Rel=”Author” Tag – A Step by Step Guide

As Google develops and becomes increasingly "personalised", we take a look at Google Authorship mark up. By using rel="author" and rel="me", you can enhance the way the SERPs display your content and put your name and face to your work - the photo is taken from your Google+ profile.  There are, of... More

@ben_holbrook

SES London 2012 – Discussing Google+ Your World and Personalised Search

You don't need me to tell you how much everybody is talking about the next big thing to happen in search,  Google+ Your World, which is the beginning of "Personalised Search" and the end of the world as we know it.....again. But I thought you may like to hear some of the ideas and debates... More

@ben_holbrook

SES London 2012 – Landing Page Optimisation with Dr Karl Blanks

This will turn you into a landing page black belt Landing pages are so much more important than we give them credit for. I think this is because it often feels like you are creating them to "fill the gaps" and may feel like you are repeating yourself or re-writing content. In other words, it can... More