We reckon you’ve probably been told time and again to make great content. But, as far as you’re concerned, your content’s already the best you can possibly produce and – sadly – it isn’t generating the volumes of traffic you were hoping for. Or, worse, your content is attracting an impressive number of visitors but… Read more »
Whilst many people are talking about responsive web design I’ve been looking at responsive web content, and how it can give your site a constructive boost.
Imagine if you could embed something on your website which would hypnotise your customers – what would you get them to do? Place an order there and then? Bookmark the site and return daily? Tell all their friends and followers about how great and wonderful your site is?
It’s sometimes easy to get caught up in some of the niche problem areas of SEO and either take your eyes off the big picture, or forget that every single day there are new entrepreneurs and businesses coming online looking around at the whole world of SEO for the first time. Frankly for anyone just getting started in SEO I have nothing but sympathy – it must seem a terribly daunting place.
As I have stated several times, regardless of what you may have heard from the many scaremongers online, article marketing is every bit as effective as it has been, and perhaps more so now that standards have been tightened up considerably, weening out the poor quality writers, marketers and directories from the search results. But… Read more »
I am still astonished at the number of people who have walked away from one of the most effective and long-lasting search engine optimisation and website marketing strategies, all because of a couple of innocent monochromatic animals.
I’ve been carefully reviewing a number of my articles and blog posts from the past couple of years. In particular what I have been looking at is to see just exactly which posts and articles are considered to provide more value to readers.
Should you rewrite your old website content, or simply leave it as it is? Should you delete your old content completely? This is a look at some of the issues relating to rewriting old content in the light of today’s search engine algorithms.
Many people have looked at their websites lately, accepting that perhaps there is a need for them to add new content, or increase the amount of content on the website, but scratch their head wondering just exactly where this wonderful new content could possibly go.
There has been a great deal of talk over the last few weeks about Google’s Penguin update. But there is another side to the whole issue of Google’s web spam algorithm – the problem of negative SEO.