Tag Archives: website optimisation
Google’s SEO guru, Matt Cutts has recently commented on the fact that Google is changing its algorithm to guard against websites are that are over optimised. You could say that it’s an attempt by Google to get back to the original spirit of the Internet. It’s all about information, giving the person who logs on [...]
A quirky way to introduce you to SEO tips & advice, from a slightly whacky Irish SEO to you. Merry Christmas.
On the first day of Christmas my SEO guru gave to me a talk on website usability On the second day of Christmas my SEO guru gave to me 2 key word research tools (Google Keyword Tool & Wordtracker) and a talk on website usability On the third day of Christmas my SEO guru gave to [...]
Do you have a blog? Not sure how to optimise it? Using WordPress.org? Here is a list of my top 5 plugins that you should be using on your WordPress Blog to ensure your blog is well optimised and users can share the information easily on their social and business networks. All in One SEO Pack This is [...]
I hear you ask, what is Google Instant. In Google’s own words “Google Instant is search-before-you-type”. Instant predicts what the most likely phrase completions is for your search and shows results without the need to click the search button. This means a faster pretictive interactive search and allows you to scroll through the predictions and see [...]
Do you have a website and unsure what search engine optimisation has been completed on it? Well, here is a list of 12 questions which will enable you to complete your own search engine optimisation audit. If you answer no to any of the below questions you have just identified an area you need to address to [...]