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Brighton SEO kicked off today with some fascinating talks and presentations from the morning session. Read More
Your site’s gone live. You’ve carried out all the SEO techniques that you believe to be true. You’ve even started link building and working off page. But after a while you find that your rankings simply aren’t appearing. Why could this be? Well, maybe you’re using out of date SEO techniques.
This is certainly the case when it comes to SEO.
With so much information readily available online you can read up on any subject any time you want. However, simply reading up on something isn’t going to make you an expert in any particular field.
Hi, I’m Andy and today I’m going to be looking at .xxx domains. What we’re going to be discussing is why they were brought about, why they exist, should you buy one, and what happens if someone else buys up the .xxx version of your domain name.
As of early December 2011 .XXX domains have been on “general sale” and with this release many businesses have been left pondering whether or not they should be buying this version of their domain.
Hi. I’m Andy Williams. Today I’m going to be looking at one of the most important changes over the last year that I think is worth looking at, and that’s blocking sites in your own personal search. Basically, what Google has done now is that if you are logged into your Google account, you now have the option to actually block any domains that you don’t feel are relevant. So if you carry out a search for “cars” and you find that one of the domains isn’t truly relevant, isn’t giving you the information that you feel is relevant to what you were looking for, you now have the option to actually block that entire domain.
Five habits appear to have all made a bit of a comeback during 2011. Quite why, I don’t know but returned they have. It’s almost like people are revisiting them not quite believing that search engines once frowned on them.