Yearly Archives: 2010

SEO – Add some keyword rich content to your site

Having good keyword rich content on your site is a fundamental of Search Engine Optimisation. If you think you’ve optimised all your existing content then why not throw in a detailed glossary (ideally one detailed page per entry) to boost … Read more…

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SEO and web design are difficult

In today’s blog entry I just want to remind you all that, although we live in the hi-tech 21st century, beneath the slick veneer of technology is an ever increasing, complicated and messy implementation. The web was never designed to … Read more…

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Rejected because it doesn’t meet the quality guidelines – Google Places

Answers via email please… Has anybody actually submitted a listing recently and managed to get it displayed without receiving the error:This listing was rejected because it doesn’t meet the quality guidelines With the growing importance of Google Places to local … Read more…

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Can’t see your website – is it down… or just you?

Internet connections are never as reliable as you want; on occassion you might find yourself thinking ‘is our site down, or is it just our connection going funny?’ Here’s a simple little tool to help out : www.downforeveryoneorjustme.com. Type in … Read more…

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Check your page statuses – page return codes for SEO

Every time a page is requested from your website it returns an ‘http status code’. http (or hypertext transfer protocol) is the core of the way the internet works (hence why all website addresses appear http://www.websanity.co.uk – but why do … Read more…

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Make your web addresses easier to type in/remember

Online marketing isn’t just about pandering to the needs of the Search Engines. The bottom line is engaging better with your audience and making it as easy as possible for them to engage with you. So, here’s a free tool … Read more…

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Don’t buy links to boost your SEO

It’s always been one of those things that has made me uncomfortable in the past. Google says very clearly that it doesn’t like bought links (that’s paying for a link from somebody’s site instead of earning it) and so we … Read more…

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Microsites for Search Engine Optimisation

A microsite is a small set of web pages under their own domain name dedicated to very specific subject. For example, you may have a microsite focused on a new product, bringing together a lot of material that can’t quite … Read more…

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