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ABC’s of SEO

ABC’s of SEO: Q is for Queries

Search is great because of its simplicity. You can find just about anything you can think of online, as long as you can articulate the thought with a keyboard. The problem is the abundance of information available. You need to narrow your search, refine it, and this is where additional search queries can come in […]

ABC’s of SEO: N is for No-Follow

No-followed links are sometimes seen as worthless for SEO. We need authoritative, keyword-rich inbound links at all times, and a link which does not pass any link equity or “juice” is often considered inconsequential. This post explores the role of the no-followed link and why marketers are foolish to disregard them. No-follow is an attribute […]

ABC’s of SEO: M is for Multilingual

Welcome to the wonderful world of multilingual SEO, where the right words get the right results! At SiteVisibility I have had the opportunity to deliver multilingual campaigns for a number of our clients, and I would like to share with you the true challenges that it presents. Clients look to expand their customer base by […]

ABC’s of SEO: L is for Local

Local search can be very important. We often talk about online marketing as a way of reaching global markets, but for many businesses effective local optimisation can be the best way to find new sources of traffic and income. There have been recent changes to the appearance of Google Places search results, and this post […]

ABC’s of SEO: K is for Keyword Research

There have been some interesting developments around keyword research this month, namely that Google are no longer providing search data from users logged into Google. The change has a serious impact on the data available for SEOs to make important decisions about keyword strategy. I could write a whole blog post about it, but I […]

ABC’s of SEO: J is for Javascript

Javascript is the most popular dynamic scripting language on the internet, and is responsible for some of the internet’s more advanced web applications. Javascript can help pack a lot of information into dynamic menu systems, and is commonly used on ecommerce sites to create large navigational menus, processing forms and submitting orders. SEOs sometimes warned […]

ABCs of SEO: H is for HTML

This post outlines the most important HTML elements for SEO. So even if you don’t know any html at all, hopefully by the end of reading this you will be able to check whether you are optimising all the main tags that Google will be looking at. The Title tags are the first tags that […]

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