Over the last year or so there has been a big move in the search sector towards guest posting, if you’ve got a blog or a news page on your website you’ve probably already received emails asking if you can post a guest post on your blog. I know I have. I’ve also been involved in outreach trying to get guest blogs and I’d like to share some of my experiences around this. Read more
Now and then, I get new options of TLDs popping up in my 123 reg account, and this time it was .gb.net TLDs. So I thought I’d buy one and see if it’s any good for SEO.
I’m working with a client that publishes several magazines, and they’ve been working in the offline sphere for a good number of years.Read more
If your website does not have a growing content base, you’re missing some potential severe traffic.
When I first started dabbling in SEO I did so from a journalistic point of view. Let me take you back a decade or so to explain. I was working for a company called Campbells Commercial Vehicle Marketing Group, a fresh faced, spotty youth straight out of uni.
Campbells’ carried out marketing, mainly for multinational businesses selling vans and trucks as well as accessories for those kind of vehicles. They marketed in a very traditional manner, mainly direct marketing, data marketing, market research through a call centre. Not long after I arrived they decided to launch a monthly trade magazine and before you knew it I was a full time marketer and a part time trade journalist. Getting a van every week full of fuel and being sent to vehicle press launches was pretty amazing. Read more
This is the following SEO technique that Google appears to be going after (or has gone after big style in the last couple of months).Read more
GrowTraffic has been sitting at position 1 for freelance SEO consultant for quite some time now and being honest, I’ve not done a lot to maintain the position.
It’s about this time of year that I like to develop a plan for the year ahead and work out what I would like to achieve, what I’m aiming towards, etc.