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Infographics are useful ways to display information in a clean, structured and visually appealing way. They work well because they immediately capture people’s attention and they are much easier to browse through compared to lots of text within a Blog post. Read More
The SEO landscape is forever changing as new search engine algorithm updates force the implementation of refined strategies to help a website come out on top. Social media is also driving changes, as this becomes much more popular and important within the world of search.
Hi, today I’m going to be talking about SEO for WordPress. WordPress is a really popular CMS system, but out of the box it’s not necessarily that optimised for SEO. So here’s a few things that will help you optimise your site.
Images provide a good benefit for your blog posts; they introduce an attention grabbing element alongside your post title and entice people to click through to your site or post. Sometimes the image is all it takes initially to influence someone to visit a page as people are very visually driven and a good image is all it might take considering the number of websites, posts and articles a typical person will see when browsing the net each day.
I’ve put together a quick list of SEO tools, blogs and resources that I’ve recently stumbled upon and wanted to share. Whilst there are bigger, more established sources out there, it’s sometimes easy to overlook the newer, smaller varieties. So this is a nod in the direction of a few resources that you may not have discovered just yet. However, if you have any others that you wish to add, please feel free to include these in the comments at the bottom of the page. Read More
There has been a recent spate of sites where users can offer services for a specific sum of money. One of the most popular examples is Fiverr, where users can advertise something which they would do for $5. Since its release there have been a few similar platforms and Fiverr clones go live and offer the same service.
These sites do not offer anything particularly new; web users have long been able to advertise products/services online with platforms such as EBay, Gumtree, Craig’s List and other similar classified ads websites. Fiverr and other similar sites have just come up with a unique way for people to advertise services online and this has proven to be popular. Read More
For most people nowadays, their search engine of choice is likely to be Google with an estimated market share of 66%. Like most others, I have been using Google for many years now, it is the first thing I see when I load up my browser and when I want to search for something, I generally load Google straight up.
Recently however, I was curious about the other search engines out there, old and new, that I have never really dedicated any time to. I couldn’t honestly say that I have enough experience of any other search engines to fully justify being dedicated to Google. So it was high time I checked them all out, and this post outlines my findings.
The architecture of a website is an integral part of creating a quality site that is user and search engine friendly. You should consider the architecture from the very beginning, identifying how the user and search engine will navigate your pages. Users want a clean, simple to use interface and to be able to easily find what they are looking for. Search engines like to experience concise and well structured code, a clear navigation and pages where the subject is easily identifiable. Read More
I’m Tom Howlett, and one of the key changes I’ve seen in 2011 is the Google +1 button. The Google +1 button was introduced in March in the USA and in June in the UK. This was Google’s answer to the Facebook “like” button, which was introduced in 2010. This gave users a chance to click the button if they liked a particular web page or felt it was worth sharing. Webmasters could also add the button to their own websites if they wanted to.