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Why do you need a responsive website?

Why do you need a responsive website?

Nowadays we are so heavily reliant upon technology that it's hard to believe so many small businesses are yet to adopt an online presence. A well-built and well-optimised website can help you to target a wider audience, reach more potential customers through Google and other search engines and get ahead of the competition. So why are so many business owners opting out of what we consider to be a necessary tool in today's increasingly integrated marketing environment?
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Copywriting with Google in mind

Copywriting with Google in mind

Copywriting in any sense can be a challenging task. But when writing content for your website, not only must you endeavour to impress your potential customers, you'll also need to kiss up to Google if you want to earn yourself a place on the first page of those search listings. 
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Should I Google My Own Business? - Part 1

Should I Google My Own Business? - Part 1

Let’s face it; we’re all guilty of Googling our own businesses occasionally. For some of us it’s a vanity thing; we want to know that we’re performing better than our competitors are. For others, who may be spending substantially on SEO services, wanting to check up on the web company in question and making sure that they’re delivering what was promised, is fair enough! But could Googling your own website be doing more damage than it’s worth…?
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Optimising your website structure for search (Part 1)

Optimising your website structure for search (Part 1)

In our recent series of SEO tips, we recommend bringing your content in line which the related Google searches by dropping in your most relevant keywords wherever possible (and where appropriate). Your page names, which form the basis of your website’s navigation structure, are an important element of on-page SEO, and should be optimised in the same way...
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How to find free images and avoid copyright infringement demands

How to find free images and avoid copyright infringement demands

A lot of small-business owners are unaware that most of the images you find on Google are licensed for use, and that it is considered illegal to use any image that holds a copyright without the owner’s permission or without purchasing a license for its use. What could happen if you use a copyrighted image on your blog or website, and what can you do to avoid the consequences?
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Optimising images for Google

Optimising images for Google

While their main objectives are to add visual appeal and to support and strengthen marketing messages, images can also have a positive impact on your SEO strategy. So for some useful tips on optimising your images for Google search, keep on reading…
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Free Online Resources Worth Knowing About

Free Online Resources Worth Knowing About

It’s unbelievable how much free software there is out there. In fact, you’re pretty spoilt for choice so the following is what we believe to be ‘best in class’.
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The ultimate digital marketing jargon buster

The ultimate digital marketing jargon buster

We always try our hardest to avoid using confusing technical terminology, and endeavour to explain everything in plain English. But there is just so much jargon out there that goes together with acronyms and abbreviations that can be difficult to make sense of if you’re not overly familiar with the web. So in this post we’ve covered a whole bunch of words and phrases digital-marketing related to help eliminate the confusion. You can even click here to download the list as a PDF - why not pri...
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5 'black hat' SEO tactics to avoid!

5 'black hat' SEO tactics to avoid!

Some website owners use 'black hat' SEO techniques to increase their visibility in organic search engine results, but typically end up doing their website more harm than good...
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Google's getting tough on non mobile-friendly websites

Google's getting tough on non mobile-friendly websites

Google said at the start of 2016: Starting 21st April we will be expanding the use of our mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. This change has affected mobile searches in all languages worldwide and will continue to have a significant impact on our search results.
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12/6/2019

Nowadays we are so heavily reliant upon technology that it's hard to believe so many small businesse...

11/5/2019

Copywriting in any sense can be a challenging task. But when writing content for your website, not o...

10/8/2019

Let’s face it; we’re all guilty of Googling our own businesses occasionally. For some of us it’s ...

8/5/2019

In our recent series of SEO tips, we recommend bringing your content in line which the related Googl...

5/19/2019

A lot of small-business owners are unaware that most of the images you find on Google are licensed f...

4/24/2019

While their main objectives are to add visual appeal and to support and strengthen marketing message...

3/13/2019

It’s unbelievable how much free software there is out there. In fact, you’re pretty spoilt for cho...

9/10/2018

We always try our hardest to avoid using confusing technical terminology, and endeavour to explain e...

4/19/2018

Some website owners use 'black hat' SEO techniques to increase their visibility in organic search en...

2/3/2017

Google said at the start of 2016: Starting 21st April we will be expanding the use of our mobile-fri...