Monthly Archives: June 2010

Use Google Alerts to improve your SEO

One of the most rewarding – and yet most fickle – aspects of Search Engine Optimisation, is something some people in the industry call Social Media Optimisation. What this amounts to is engaging more with your online audience. That might … Continue reading

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Tracking effectiveness of marketing with Google Analytics

Some people love getting detailed knowledge about how people access their web sites and spend lots of time mining for useful information within the statistics that something like Google Analytics can give them; and some people don’t! No matter which … Continue reading

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Check your Google Places (aka Google local) entries

Yesterday I was doing some SEO work for somebody, popped into our Google account, went to add a Google local entry and was horrified to find some of the previous entries we had created (including WebSanity’s) indicated as being rejected … Continue reading

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Who owns your domain?

We’ve recently been helping somebody caught out by what I would call – toned down for this blog – ‘a somewhat unscrupulous host’. Without going into the details, they have become very obstructive about moving a website, hosted with them, … Continue reading

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Search Engine Optimisation – the need for speed

Google have been talking for some time about the speed of websites being an important factor in the visitor experience. Recently they announced officially that page speed was now a factor in their ranking system. So, sites that are slow … Continue reading

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