A review and walkthrough of a new website crawler tool that helps you manage your seo efforts.
I think a special mention should go to Bill Slawski who does a great job of analysing SEO related patents (who I might owe joint writing credit for this article). I did not want to send people directly to the patent application site, and Bill deserves the link(s) I think. Follow Bill on Twitter here […]
SEMrush (Disclosure: I am a customer and affiliate of SEMrush, as their tools are invaluable) has a nice offer for readers of this blog – free access to keyword research and competitor research reports for 30 days. Use the following link to trial SEMrush free for 30 days and get the information on your competitors […]
How to do an seo audit quickly and simply with SEMRush.
DYK: Low-Quality Content On Part of A Web Site Can Affect Rankings For The Same Website On More Important Keyword Rankings
Moz has a good video on the Google organic quality score theory. You should watch it. It goes into a lot of stuff I (and others) have been blogging for the last few years, and some of it is relevant to the audits I produce, an example of which you can see here (Alert! 2mb in […]
The new Quality Rater Guidelines have been updated and make for an interesting read. If you do SEO for businesses, you’ll need to be up-to-date with them. I made an unmodified HTML version of the Google Quality Rater Guidelines (4mb) so I could easily link to specific sections for readers that are interested.
I recently had cause to revisit the ever-expanding Google Webmaster Guidelines documentation. Here is a list of documents you should be aware of if you do SEO in the UK.