Category Archives: SEO


 

Google Keyword Tool

One of the best, free, ways to help us out with SEO is called the Google Keyword Tool. Whether we like it or not, we have to face the fact that Google is (by far) the most used search engine … Continue reading

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Directory Submissions and Article Submissions

Directory Submissions In this category I’m talking about low quality spammier directories rather than very high quality directories like DMOZ, Yahoo and Yell.com. Directory submissions are pretty low in terms of relevance and authority but they’re definitely good for link … Continue reading

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Blog Comments and Social Bookmarks

Blog Comments These are links created with anchor text being taken from the “name” you enter when you place a comment on someone else’s blog. Typically low value links as far as Google is concerned as they place less value … Continue reading

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Domain Name, Localisation and Targeting

Domain The domain is obviously a hugely important aspect of a website and can be high or low on someone’s priorities depending on the competition of a market. Although there is talk of it’s current weighting being downgraded by Google, … Continue reading

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Page Title Length for Search Engines

Ever been wondered why there’s a lot of conflicting advice about longest page title allowed in search results pages (SERPS)? The short answer is different search engines have different limits and these limits keep changing. The current official guidelines, as of … Continue reading

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