What You Should Know About SEO: Part 1

You’ve just redecorated the living room. You invite everyone round to have a look. They all say it’s great. One person though notices that the big expensive picture you have hanging up isn’t hanging straight, your sofa is facing the wrong way and a plug socket would be better set five inches to the left. Welcome to the mind of a digital marketer who has just come across your site for the first time. Continue reading “What You Should Know About SEO: Part 1”

Going Loco Down in Google Local

It’s one of the biggest stumbling blocks people come across whenever we try to explain the difference in the types of results Google can provide you with: the difference between what an organic and local link is. Last week we mentioned a really good presentation we saw at Brighton SEO (you can look at that here) about how to make sure a localised result works in your favour, but unless you know exactly what one is, how can you understand how to optimise it? There’s one simple way to best explain a local result and it involves looking for pizza. Continue reading “Going Loco Down in Google Local”

Monday Mentions: 22nd September

Glasgow has been like a baked Alaska this past weekend: warm on the outside, cold on the inside. With all the Referendum hyperbole reaching its conclusion, our eyes are once again back on Twitter in search of every nugget out SEO news out there. Sifting through hundreds of automated ‘#seo #google’ tweets is enough to drive a person mad, but when a gold star tweet is found, well we just have to share it. Continue reading “Monday Mentions: 22nd September”