seo

SEO Copywriting is NOT Bad Copy

  Here’s a news flash for you, SEO copywriting is not bad copy. Granted, there is a lot of gobbledygook out there pretending to be high-quality content, but it’s usually written by someone who…

Off-page SEO Isn’t Just Link Building

  In the words of Moz Blog: “Off-page SEO is the act of optimizing your brand’s online and offline footprint through the use of content, relationships, and links to create an optimal experience for…

What The Hell Is a Keyword Anyway?

  Keywords get bad press. They have been abused over the years by unscrupulous SEOs and dodgy copywriters, and repeatedly crammed into every inch of websites in the vain hope…

What Comes First? Website Design, SEO, or Content?

  You need a new website because you’ve either started a new venture, or your old one needs updating. You know you need a great design. You…

On-page SEO Optimisation – Infographic

  Search engine optimisation is here to stay, so whether you love it or loathe it, you’ve got to understand it. When it comes to writing optimised copy, all you have to do is concentrate on creating…

Why Content, SEO and Social Media Are Stronger Together

  High quality content powers Google. It’s true; you’ve probably read umpteen blogs that tell you that. So does that mean you can…

Use Images to Optimise Your Blog’s SEO

  You don’t need me to tell you about why you should be using images in all your blog posts. Just in case you’re unsure it’s because images will entice…

4 Ways to Rock at On-site SEO

  SEO? What’s the point? I’ll always rank below those huge companies with bottomless marketing budgets. Yes, that’s true, but they are there because they’ve paid to be there. You…

How to Write Value-orientated Content

  Online marketing is never static. What’s hot and what’s not is constantly changing, keeping marketers on their toes. One thing that is certain is that content marketing is central to SEO (search engine optimisation) and always…