5 Small Budget Traffic Tactics That Work Wonders

by Barrie Smith April 16th, 2015

Do you run a small business? Or how about a startup? You have seen the Google page 1 results for your business keywords and now you dont know where to start. Perhaps you feel like investing your entire limited budget into pay-per-click in hope it will get you off the ground. What if I told […]

What Is (A) Nofollow? Nofollow is an indication that can be added to a link to tell search engines you recommend they not follow that link. Basically to tell them not to pay attention to that link at all. In practice search engines do follow the link but in most cases remove that mention of […]

How To Do A Complete SEO Audit

by Joshua Uebergang February 26th, 2015

What Is An SEO Audit? An SEO audit is a process of checking a web site in a number of areas. Primarily, this process aims to ensure that your web site is up to current standards of being search engine friendly (and search engine compliant). You should expect: a detailed analysis on your site's current […]

For a long time directories occupied an important role in the evolution of the web. Before Google and complex search algorithms most of the internet was categorised using Yahoo's original web directory which categorised websites manually by niche and from which the company took its name. Things have changed a great deal since then and […]

How To Identify Keywords With Purchase Intent

by Jennifer Blackie February 20th, 2015

Learn to target searches that are less competitive, less broad, but bring in more money by driving qualified traffic to your site.

Seven On-Site Methods to Drive Users To Increase Click Through

by Bernadette Coleman February 17th, 2015

What can local businesses do to take advantage of how user behavior affects their local rankings? How can you tell Google your website is worth visiting? The more a site visitor clicks on your page, the more popular your website will appear to Google's algorithms. And, the more popular your site is, the higher your […]

Google Business View is an online marketing tool that uses the same technology as Google StreetView. It lets businesses that get found on Google display a 360 virtual tour of the business location on the Google My Business page. These tours are executed and uploaded by a Google Trusted Photographer. Google Business View is for […]

5 Things I Learned About SEO From Watching The Super Bowl

by Kari Pritchard February 6th, 2015

These hidden lessons from the Super Bowl struck me.

How To Combine Your PPC & SEO Strategies

by Kristen Godel January 29th, 2015

Many companies are torn between a Search Engine Optimization (SEO) or pay-per-click (PPC) strategy for their business. SEO Since early 2012, there have been many questions surrounding the SEO world with Google algorithm updates, such as Penguin, threatening websites and instilling the fear of consequence for utilizing "risky" SEO tactics. Looking at ranking in the […]

How To Effectively Deal With Negative Reviews

by Joe Cox January 9th, 2015

In November of this year a British couple were fined 100 for posting a negative review on the Trip Advisor website after their stay in a Blackpool hotel. The audacity of the fine didn't escape the national press who soon picked the story up and before the hotel manager could say 'PR disaster', there was […]