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Over the next 12 questions Andy Betts shares 15 years of digital strategy experience with a wealth of free advice on everything from creating a team, to outreach and content creation.
Search Engine Optimisation is not the same game it was two years ago and evolves at rapid pace. Without the knowledge, skills and drive to keep informed and up-to-date, SEO’s can quickly become behind with the times.
Running a successful franchise can be an extremely rewarding experience. Running a failed franchise can be a massive pain in the neck. The difference between success and failure? SEO of course! Well not completely but having a sound SEO strategy can certainly help you grow your franchise into a profitable business.
This post will look at the do’s and don’ts when it comes to applying SEO to a franchise.
For each and every one of us somewhere along the line the SEO industry has turned us all in to robots. We tried to fight it but the desire to appease the Google robot finally hit us all and I‘m sure we can all admit at one point or another to using tactics that may have seemed a bit “robotic” or formulaic.
The world of Content Marketing has come a long way since the days of old-hat techniques; we’re very much in the age of creating exceptional, unique content that stands out and adds real value to your audience. One of the best ways to achieve this is with data-driven content. Here’s a guide to how it can be done.
London Fashion Week has just finished and I can’t think of a better excuse to take a look at SEO for fashion ecommerce websites. Although many standard SEO practices apply to fashion ecommerce websites, there are some particular tactics that are important or work well for these kind of websites.
Today, online marketing is all about getting more from less. Why write 100 articles and publish them on 100 different sites if one post on a specially selected blog can provide more benefit? The notion of spreading resources so thinly and sacrificing quality over quantity is fading like a bad memory.
This guide is intended as a first point of reference for site owners who have suffered a Google ranking penalty or suspect they may be victims of algorithm updates. By working through the three steps below, you will be taking the first tentative steps in restoring your site’s lost value and getting your site back to its previous ranking glory.
In an industry where you will be working with clients and helping to push their marketing campaigns in the right direction, it’s important to maintain a strong client relationship from the start. This principal applies to all forms of marketing and goes beyond just this sector alone. Whether it’s SEO, advertising, PR or content marketing, a decent relationship between both you and the client will certainly bring its advantages.
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Web designers and SEOs don’t always see eye-to-eye, which is why Ade Lewis from Teapot Creative takes a look at what the two disciplines can learn from each other. Can’t we all just get along?