Google Panda Updates



I’m tracking a page on this site that, all of a sudden, in April 2011, seemed to have a lot of trouble ranking for terms it ranked well for maybe years… even though it’s well cited, original content. I wonder if it has something to do with Google PANDA. I’ve purposely left it alone to […]

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Doorway Pages Traffic Apocalypse



One of the more interesting tasks I am looking at at the moment…. A few of my friend’s web sites were penalised recently. The site pages seemed to be hit with a -50+ penalty. First – Google rankings for main terms tanked…. … which led to a traffic apocalypse of course…. …and they got a nice email […]

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Is Google Trying To Ensure Imogen Thomas Footballer Is Not Named In Autocomplete?



The case of Imogen Thomas is a apparently a big legal deal in the UK. The old order (who *might* be unfamiliar with how the interweb works) have super injunctions out to everyone to censor the details of, and alledged doings with, alledgedly, a famous footballer in the UK. It’s apparently a very dangerous thing […]

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Google Penalises Itself | Penalty For Beat That Quote & Google Chrome



Mar 8, 2011: Google buys beat that quote! Google penalises beatthatquote.com? Surely not BeatThatQuote.com, a UK price comparison site for loans, insurances, mortgages and legal services, was bought by Google it seems – and money.co.uk seemed to be first to break the news. Here is: a news site, money.co.uk, that was allegedly punished in Google a few years […]

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Thanks For The Rubber Ducks – Think Visibility 5-2011



Think Visibility Conference 5 in Leeds was a great success as enjoyed it immersed… I mean immensely as expected – the conference, pre-party and after party. I’ve sen a few tweets about this being one of (if not THE) best search marketing conference in the UK  – and that from some really seasoned conference goers, […]

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Avoid The Google Taking The P*ss Nuke ‘Em Button



It’s been interesting of late in SEOland, with a lot of BIG sites getting nuked in Google because of manipulative ranking techniques – e.g. aggressive linkbuilding or content spamming or e.g. talking the p*ss. Overstock Overstock’s situation is interesting as this is a fairly well used linkbuilding technique that was discussed. It’s interesting how it […]

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A Quick Small Business Online Marketing Plan



A Small Business Online Marketing Plan: Finding Ideas With Free Keyword Research Tools If you are a small business, you should realise that getting traffic from Google comes down to, without being over-complicated, two things. A marketing plan based on: Content on your website, and Links from other websites to yours The latter, linkbuilding, can […]

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How To Import Large WordPress XML File Above Default Limit Size



WP – How To Import Large WordPress XML File Above Default Limit Size? I wanted to export the posts, comments, categories and tags of one WordPress blog and move the contents using the export option in WordPress Tools in Wp Admin. I found out you can do this in .htaccess – just add the following: […]

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Dynamic PHP Copyright Notice in WordPress



it’s simple to display a dynamic date in your footer in WordPress, perfect for dynamic footers so you never need to change your copyright notice on your blog when the year changes. This little bit of code will display the current year. Just add it in your theme’s footer.php and you can forget about making […]

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Website Content Writing Services in the UK



Why Choose Us To Write Your Website Content? Well, as industry recognised seo experts, we know how people search for your services and products. We use specialist seo tools to identify your important keywords, and create rich content around those keywords, for your website, blog or linkbuilding articles. We know how to write copy for the web that converts […]

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