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  • The Truth about Web Design & SEO

    Posted in SEO

    Are you thinking of getting a new web design in order to rank better in search engines like Google, Yahoo or Bing?   Many businesses confuse web design with SEO. The truth is, they are two completely different disciplines!   In fact, web design has got nothing to do with SEO and there is no […]

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  • SEO Competitive Analysis: Tips & Tools

    Posted in SEO

    Before starting any SEO campaign it's important to not only do a proper keyword research to ensure you are targeting the right keywords that people actually use to search for your products or services.   But also make sure you do an SEO competitive analysis. This will give you a good overview if the keywords […]

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  • SEO Basics: How to do Keyword Research like a Pro

    Posted in SEO

    No matter if you are new to SEO or have been optimising your website for search engines for quite some time. The steps that are required to run a successful SEO marketing campaign are always the same.   The first and most important step is to do proper keyword research. Finding the right keywords is […]

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  • How To Find A High-Quality SEO Company

    Posted in SEO

      If you or your company have decided to utilise online marketing and SEO to generate more sales, sell more of your services and increase your brand awareness, the next step is to find an SEO Company that you can trust. This does not sound like a complicated task but you’ll be surprised how many […]

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  • Google’s Link Disavow Tool: Is it really helpful?

    Posted in Google, SEO

    It's only been a week now that Google has released its so called Link Disavow Tool and the buzz has been huge. Some of the most common questions include: – is it really helpful for webmasters/website owners? – what's the true intentsion of Google? – should I use it to "get rid" of some of […]

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  • Google Analytics: The “Not Provided” Data is growing (fast)

    Posted in Conversion Rate Optimisation (CRO), SEO

    Just about a year ago Google officially started hiding incoming search terms in Google Analytics. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, I’ll sum it as short as possible. When you have Google Analytics installed on your website (and you should!), you can see how people found your website on the net. If visitors […]

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  • How to use Google+ to Your SEO Advantage

    Posted in SEO, Social Media

    Do you use Google+ for your business? If not, think about it for a second and you will probably want to start using it today! You can find plenty of articles on how to use Google+ for SEO, some more helpful than others. It’s not new that Google’s social platform is one of the fastest […]

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  • SEO Re-Invented: The new way of Link Building (=Link Earning)

    Posted in SEO

    Getting links to your site will increase your rankings. That’s nothing new. But what has changed is the way you get those links! While a few month back you could basically just “spam” your site with automated links and relevant anchor text – those times are over. Most “old school” SEO’s manly focused on the […]

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  • Google still number 1 search engine – Yahoo on the downfall

    Posted in SEO

    SearchEngineLand has published the latest share in search for September 2012. Compared are the comScore numbers on Google, Yahoo, Bing, Ask and AOL. While Google keeps dominating, Yahoo continues to become less important. In the US market Google's share has grown to 66.7%, while Yahoo's share has dropped to only 12.2%. You can find the […]

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  • Google search results: only 7 instead of 10 in the future?

    Posted in SEO

    In August this year some search results started to appear with only 7 listings for the first time. Since then many people are scared that this might be the future for all search queries. While for the moment it seems like Google is doing some testing only in certain markets (i.e. retail and technology), nobody […]

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