According to the Wikipedia blog entry, a blog is a discussion or informational site published on the World Wide Web and consisting of discrete entries ("posts") typically displayed in reverse chronological order. I've never particularly liked this kind of definition [...]
I've worked as an in-house SEO before and I've also worked as a senior SEO manager in a specialist agency. So I can certainly feel an SEOs pain with [not provided] keywords! Most SEOs know the true value that their [...]
One of the headlines I hate seeing is SEO Is Dead. You can almost guarantee that one of these blog posts will rear its ugly head at least once-a-month. Perhaps even more regularly at the moment following Google's Hummingbird announcement. [...]
Podcasting is a strange medium. Most content consumers don't really know what a podcast is, yet despite several predictions to the contrary, podcasts are still steadily growing in popularity. A lot of people thought that podcasting would dive with the [...]
Like many people I read and was thoroughly fascinated by Chris Anderson's The Long Tail, a book which was based upon an article originally published in The Wire in October 2004. In the original piece, Chris said that the future [...]
I feel passionately that SEO is not a standalone discipline, but something that needs to be integrated into the thought process behind every digital business decision. The following are 6 examples of digital business decisions that should integrate SEO as [...]
In the third and final post of my ‘3 P’s of WordPress Site Structure for SEO series I’m going to cover P for Performance. If you haven’t read the previous posts, make sure you catch up with P#1: Preparation and P#2: Publishing first of all.
In the publishing part of your WordPress site structure for SEO you should consider your category optimization, content production strategy, your keyword positioning, internal linking and also your syndication strategy.
Over the next 3 articles I’d like to take a look at what I call the 3 P’s of WordPress site structure for SEO, starting with P#1: Preparation.
Google updates their listings to try to give their users a better experience - not because they want to give your competitors a share of the traffic.