Monthly Archives: August 2010

Do you use AVG anti-virus?

This is a non-SEO based post, but I thought it was important to pass on. I know directly of a couple of people just recently whose machines got infected by viruses despite using AVG anti-virus and, according to them, they … Continue reading

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Free Google Analytics & website analysis courses

As promised, some provisional dates below for anyone interested in these courses that I am going to be running on behalf of Business Link. The aim of the course is to introduce the concept of website analysis, look at how … Continue reading

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Search Engine Optimisation for PDF files

Many people forget the need to give PDF files some attention when it comes to Search Engine Optimisation for their website. However, Google is perfectly capable of indexing PDFs, so here are some SEO tips for these often neglected files: … Continue reading

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Excluding your own traffic from Google Analytics

For those of you who like to look at statistics gathered by Google Analytics, you will very probably find your stats skewed by your own visits to your site. Google recommend filtering your traffic out of the statistics by using … Continue reading

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Google Places broken… again

It is important for businesses that operate in a local area to have an entry on Google Places. This is the free system that sometimes pops up as a map within search results, listing local businesses. You can get a … Continue reading

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