Here is our defination guide to those secret web design buzz words that other web design agencies don’t want you know.
What counts as a high-quality website according to Google? Google has released some more information on the Webmaster Central Blog about how its algorithms determine high-quality website content.
Does your website rank lower after Google’s latest search engine update?
The update penalises “low-quality” sites but what does that mean and could your website be affected?
We’ve recently been asked by a number of customers how to upgrade their Facebook Business Page to the new design format.
Here’s how to do it.
Formally known as Google Local the system now allows you to add simple offers directly onto your Business Listing for free so that they appear when visitors are performing local searches. Find out how.
Learn how easy it is to add your business to Google Places and have your listing appear alongside local searches.
Google Instant Search has been with us for a couple of months now. What is it and which camp do you plant your flag in – love it or hate it?
We try to answer the question “What Is SEO?” and why just SEO alone is not enough to get higher search engine rankings.
You also need a marketing campaign.
As you can imagine we get asked this question a lot and quite rightly so giving the current economic climate. Let’s try to give you an answer…
Earlier this year behemoth IT companies Microsoft and Yahoo reached a lengthy agreement to merge their search services in hope of trying to compete with the king search-land, Google.
Here are some essential tips on getting your website picked up by Bing search engine.
How To Redirect Your Website URLs using 301 redirects. Using 301 redirects can help improve your Search Engine rankings and consolidate your visitor statistics. It’s relatively easy to implement and will help preserve those search engine rankings for existing pages.
Google Analytics is one of the best tools for analysing your website traffic. It takes very little to set up but gives plenty of information on who is visiting your website, which websites they clicked through from, how long they stayed and much, much more. Oh – and it’s free.