Monthly Archives: May 2010

High quality link text for better SEO

One of the cornerstones of Search Engine Optimisation is building links from other sites to your own – it builds authority. However, all links are not equal and you will probably need to balance a larger numbers of low quality … Read more…

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Watch out for AdWords Phising emails

Just to warn you all that people are now starting to send phising emails saying that “your ads have stopped running” in an effort to entice you to give your adwords login details to them. The email looks convincing to … Read more…

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Email Marketing in your online marketing mix

With all the hype about social media a lot of people see Email marketing as being ‘old hat’ and aren’t using it to market their business. However, a recent survey (December 2009) showed that less than half of all internet … Read more…

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Women in Rural Enterprise Free SEO event

Just to let people know that I am giving a two hour SEO training lecture on Wednesday 26th May (11am) at Buckden Towers, Cambridgeshire on behalf of WIRE – Women in Rural Enterprise. Full details and an online booking facility … Read more…

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Google May 2010 algorithm updates

If any of you monitor your rankings and noticed them decline just recently, it may well be due to some recent updates that Google has made to their search algorithm. In reality Google fine tune their algorithm continually (reportedly over … Read more…

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Storing web passwords securely

Working on the web we have LOTS of passwords to keep track of: including other people’s password entrusted to us whilst we are working on Search Engine Optimisation and the like. Keeping track of them in a convenient and yet … Read more…

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