The Simplest White Hat SEO Tip?



Somebody asked me about this and I thought what was probably the most simple thing anyone can do. The chart above illustrates a reasonably valuable 4 word term I noticed a page I had didn’t rank high in Google for, but I thought probably should and could rank for, with this simple seo technique. I […]

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Ding Ding. Google v Payday Loans SERPS in the UK



Google has declared they are rolling out more changes to combat ‘spammy’ SERPS (Search Engine Results Pages) like “payday loans”. What’s interesting is Google doesn’t often tell us a specific SERP is getting cleaned up. It’s a bit like a fight after school.  It’s worth watching I think if you are interested in SEO. We just started a […]

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NEW – Export Up TO 5000 Rows in Google Analytics Dashboard



I’m not sure when this happened – but today at least now you can export up to 5000 rows in Google Analytics dashboard. This is a welcome change, though there have been other ways of doing this in the past (I’ve included this below) How To display and export more than 5000 rows in Google […]

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SEO Tutorial For Beginners 2014



Here are some free search engine optimisation tips for you to help you create a successful site, based on over 10 years experience making websites rank in Google. I deliberately steer clear of techniques that might be a bit ‘grey hat’, as what is grey today is often ‘black hat’ tomorrow, as far as Google is concerned. Google […]

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Create Your Own Google Pagerank Checker Tool With Google Docs



Google Pagerank isn’t as useful a metric as it used to be, and on it’s own, has little to do with where you actually rank for a particular keyword. However, while Google themselves state it an indication of the reputation of a page, it is worth having a glance at the Toolbar Pagerank of a page Google publishes. Certainly, keeping an eye on your Toolbar Pagerank isn’t hard, and could indicate interesting events if it goes up, or down.

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