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Google’s Panda update and why it affects your website and web design

Without too much of a fanfare, Google has been quietly changing the way it decides which websites to boost and demote on its results pages. The change aimed to lower the rank of “low-quality sites” or “thin sites” and return higher-quality sites near the top of the search results This lead to an initial surge in […]

SEO or website or Social Media – you need them all

Social media websites such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Linked In, You Tube and the rest are now too important to ignore. Used wisely, social media can enhance your business by driving visitors to your websites, generating brand loyalty and providing another medium for informing people about your products and services.  This doesn’t mean, however, that […]

Most local websites failing to deliver the best Google ranking

After reviewing a random sample of 50 websites of businesses based in Rugby, we discovered several common issues that mean they are missing out on the best ranking on Google and other search engines. These include problems with web design, page meta tags and layout, along with issues relating to how often the website is […]

No 1 on Google for our holiday cottage website

While no credible SEO (search engine optimization) consultant can ever honestly guarantee any particular position, we`re delighted to report the no 1 ranking for one our recent websites for a holiday cottage in East Mayo, Ireland (Mick`s place http://www.tighmhic.com/)

Google Vs Bing, the battle rages

Microsoft`s new Bing search engine (don`t ask) at http://www.bing.com/ was launched earlier this year in a direct challenge to Google`s current market dominance. While Bing has been generally well received, it still