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Hi, I’m Chris and today I’m going to talk to you about some mobile SEO best practices. With smartphones becoming ever faster and ever more sophisticated, it’s always a good idea for site owners to start thinking about a mobile version of their site and search visibility in mobile searches.
It seems the world has gone mobile lately and with over 40% smartphone penetration in both western Europe and the U.S and mobile searches accounting for 15% (and rising) of all Google searches it is certainly a good idea to take steps to optimise your site for mobile search.
The importance of SEO can’t be under estimated, even in these ever changing times. Whilst the majority of online businesses favour a national campaign, without also running a Local SEO campaign your business could be missing traffic that should otherwise be yours. Does this sound familiar?
There’s never been a better time to get started with SEO, thanks to years of research and best practice coupled with greater freedom and budgets for those working on online marketing projects. Yet the hardest thing is knowing where to start and that’s why our blog post today couples together five slidedecks that will help you to get started on the right track.
At Koozai we love SEO and PPC and have been using both channels on a mixture of clients for over eight years, yet we’re often asked which is better. With SEO and PPC sometimes seen as natural enemies we thought it would be helpful to pit the two against each other and see which is right for different scenarios.
Hi there. Today I’m going to talk to you about future-proofing your SEO, which in essence means protecting your rankings from future algorithm updates.
So first things first, I’m going to start with metadata. So this is hugely important to get right and to stay on top of if you are going to future-proof your SEO. So you want to avoid duplicate meta titles, duplicate meta descriptions, short meta descriptions and meta descriptions that are too long.
Hi. Today we’re going to talk about content marketing for local SEO. We’re going to look at who to target, where to find ideas, local content types as well as how to measure your efforts. So let’s kick off with who to target.
Local SEO should be a major part of any brand’s online marketing arsenal, but did you know that Content Marketing can facilitate your efforts significantly? Here are some content marketing tips and ideas to help with your local SEO campaign.
2013 has seen Google release fresh Panda and Penguin algorithm updates. These updates have shaken up the world of search and forced digital marketers to refine their approach to SEO.