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    SEO – Past, Present and Future

    Where has 2016 gone? We’re reviewing the major SEO developments of the past year and how they impacted search rankings. What ranking factors are dominant now? Last but not least, we predict where SEO is going in 2017 and how it will impact you and your business. You’ll want to read on if you want…

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    How Being Mobile Friendly Can Help Your Rankings in the Search Engines

    One of the most important factors to your online and off-line sales are your rankings in the search engine results. You already understand that ranking on the first page of the SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages), dramatically increases your traffic and conversions – that’s why we use SEO to help increase our rankings. The problem…

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    SEO Experiment: Do Queries and Clicks Influence Rankings

    The subject of this blog might be a little left field, but is something that people in the SEO world have noticed for some time now. This is that queries and clicks can influence your rankings in the search engine results pages (serps). Google doesn’t let us in on their ranking algorithms, however over time…

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    The End of Google Authorship

    On 28th August 2014, John Muller of Google Webmaster Tools announced that Google will no longer be actively using Google Authorship mark-ups in the search engine results pages (serps). So does the demise of Google Authorship actually mean anything? Just what are the implications of this to search engine optimisation (SEO)? Google’s changing SEO landscape…

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    The Truth About Link Building for SEO

    Link building has had a bad rap lately and that is mainly due to websites having bad links, for example websites that have a high percentage of unnatural links or participate in paid link spam. The reason these links are bad is that they are generally created specifically to increase search engine ranking in the…

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    Google Analytics – Addressing the [Not Provided] Issue

    Since October 2011, Google has been encrypting search activity, except those from Google Ads. This means that all keyword referrer data, for close to 100% of searches, is now presented in Google Analytics as “(not provided)”. In other words you cannot access organic keyword data anymore. Encrypting search activity has meant that webmasters can no…

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