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Search Engine Optimisation is something you can’t escape in today’s modern world of business. Getting ahead of your competitors, and battling to get your content seen is essential for getting you in front of your ideal customers. And how does it

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We published our first SEO jargon buster in 2012 (with just 26 definitions!), and a lot has changed in SEO since then. Our latest iteration has expanded hugely and now contains over 80 definitions. Numbers 301 Redirect – If you

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SEO stands for search engine optimisation; it’s a method used to help your website show up higher in search results. The reason SEO is so important is because the higher your website shows up in search results, the more visitors

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Meta descriptions are used to describe the contents of a page. And are often displayed in search results by search engines. The meta description is the black copy in search results underneath the page title and URL. (See image to

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Are you confused about what ‘alt tags’ are, or how to use them? If so, keep reading. We’ll explain all and send you away with a few tips for implementing alt tags on your website.   What are alt tags?

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Ranking number one for a one or two word search phrase seems to be every website owners dream. However, sometimes it’s better to go for long tail search phrases which are more specific and have less competition. When Ask.com was

In a digital age where people are always looking to save money and time. Their search for a product, service or an event will usually begin online. If you own a small business, the chances are your business won’t be

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Is one of your goals for the year ahead to learn and understand more about SEO? Or perhaps you’ve forgotten what a few acronyms or words mean. If so, take a look at our new and improved SEO Jargon Buster!

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What is Inbound Marketing….Have you ever become tired of cold calling or maybe wish you could gain leads people contacting you? What is inbound marketing? Quite simply, inbound marketing let customers find you. Outbound marketing is where you reach out

The acronyms and words used when talking about SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) can sometimes be confusing. We put a list together, which is in no way exhaustive, which contains the words we feel are most important to understand. Since this