Hey there. So, one of the annoying things about owning websites like ours is that very often really good content tends to get lost and buried underneath our more recent writing. So with this short blog post we have decided to do something about it. We have gone through some of our best, older articles
There are many ways to position your website and business to benefit from organic or natural traffic. As you probably remember, that is users that come from search engines and is free traffic because you have not paid to enlist those readers. Of course, you don’t want to rely solely on free traffic methods, as
Although SEO sounds like it is solely for the search engines, the truth is it is both for search engines and humans. But, taking that concept one step further, if you tweak your on-site seo, so that your readers are happy, you know that the search engine optimization will be looked after, as well. Consequently,
In addition to the on-site SEO, social signals and legitimate backlinking, that we have previously spoken about, there is another type of SEO which is specifically targeted to local businesses. If you own a bricks and mortar business, like a dentist, clothing shop or bakery, where clients come to you, then you qualify for local
Simply put backlinks are inbound links. They are links to your site from other websites around the internet. Indeed, you will find many people writing on their blogs that backlinking is dead and it is not allowed anymore. Those who write these myths are often misguided because they have had their own sites penalized and
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