Negative SEO – How To Check For A Link Based Attack



The basic premise of links based negative seo is that a competitor can use it against you to destroy your rankings in Google’s organic serps. Google has went some way to offering webmasters a way to disavow unnatural links you may be worried about, but there is still a lot of controversy as to why […]

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Is Your Website Sinking Like The Titanic in Google Due To Unnatural Links?



If you work in search marketing, unless you have been living under a rock, you’ll be no doubt aware of the hundreds of thousands of webmaster messages that Google sent out basically telling people Google knows about your crap links and it’s going to do something about it. Well, a lot of chatter in webmaster […]

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3 Natural Organic Listings – Is This The Future of SEO for Google?



I’ve been seeing this more and more over here in the UK the last week or so – and I wonder if it could be a glimpse of the not two distant future. I tried a few random searches – this serps for ‘office cleaning services’ was interesting. The other day when I was presented […]

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EU Privacy Directive – Google Analytics Cookies Minimally Intrusive & Unlikely To Get You Into Trouble



Worried about the new EU Privacy directive, cookies and what it means for Google Analytics on your website? There’s been some new clarification today from the UK Government. “We talked about cookies (how could we not?) but we didn’t get hung up on them – other relevant technologies e.g. HTML5 Local Storage and web beacons […]

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Topseos Review | The Complaints Awards 2012



(This is an archive about posts on Topseos ver the years, and is all 100% professional opinion. As one of the companies rated in the past, I think I have a right to comment on it. My thoughts in no way reflect on individual companies on the list.) When I wrote my post about TopsSEOs recently […]

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