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Latest Google changes and how they affect your SEO

Google is always tweaking the way it ranks websites so it improves their users’ experience. It doesn’t care about you or your website, only whether it deserves to rank higher because it matches a continuously changing set of conditions so people using Google will get their query answered more effectively. Recently it has taken to […]

Latest SEO client Beaumont Cast Iron radiators

We are delighted to welcome our latest SEO (search engine optimisation) client, cast iron radiator manufacturer and suppliers, Beaumont Cast Iron. Over the coming months we will be making changes to their website and adding new features to help the company report on the fascinating breadth and depth of projects and clients drawn from up […]

5 things to improve on your website this week

No one is or should ever be completely satisfied with their website. There are always things to improve and issues that need solving long or short-term. Here’s a list of 5 things you or web developer can do this week to improve your website so you get better information about your web traffic, your users […]

5 things every business should know about Google

Despite intensifying competition from Microsoft’s Bing and more specialist search engines, Google remains the most important Internet search tool. Anyone running a website for business needs to understand the key factors that boost a website’s ranking so you can make the right decisions about your marketing and SEO (search engine optimisation) efforts. No busy entrepreneur […]

If an SEO company makes just one of these claims, don’t use them

If you have a business with even a half decent web presence you’ll no doubt be regularly assailed by companies offering SEO (search engine optimisation) services that they claim will transform your business, boosting your web traffic and generating enquiries and sales. While many will happily take your money and never deliver on their claims, […]

Google still dominates search engine market share in the UK

Despite recent marketing campaigns by its main rivals Bing and Yahoo, Google remains the dominant search engine in the UK with about 90% of the market. Although there has been a very slight fall in the year, it is still the main way people find services and products, so you should ensure your website has […]

The business of prediction and what to believe in social networking and SEO

Read the business pages or go to a networking meeting and you’re bound to find someone telling you about the latest trend in social networking or SEO. “Oh, you simply must add a profile on the latest “Faced In +”, They gush, “or you’ll be missing out on valuable business and by the way our […]

Why web design and SEO are so closely linked

The acronym SEO – search engine optimization – first appeared in the 90s when it meant little more than stuffing your website pages with keywords and getting links from dodgy websites. Google was still a research project and a lot of companies wasted a lot of money on harebrained schemes to promote their websites. A […]

Why responsive web design is the best option for your website

The use of smartphones and tablet PC’s has expanded rapidly in recent years. More and more people are using these devices to view websites so you need to have a plan of action on how to cater for this type of potential customer. There are three options available: #1: Do nothing Most people using mobile […]

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 […]