Why Wix Is Bad For SEO – No UK Ranking, Only Local First of all, it’s expensive to be cheap. You don’t give an expert job to an apprentice, would you? It’s better to place your trust in someone who has many years’ experience and who has no vested interest in recommending a huge change… Continue reading Why Wix Is Bad For SEO – Migrate To WordPress For Quick Google Ranking
Ecommerce SEO UK Freelancer Monthly Costs WordPress Magento It’s my job to make you money, it’s as simple as that. When you pay an SEO freelancer you’re getting a different experience than with an SEO agency, and always at a lower cost for many reasons; the top 3 I’d immediately identify are the office rental… Continue reading How Much Does eCommerce SEO Cost in the UK?
How Much and How Long Will It Take Me To Get To Google Page 1 These are the 2 most common questions that I get asked several times a week so I decided to write this blog post to give you the same answer I tell everyone. Read my 30 Day SEO Booster schedule here.… Continue reading Can You Explain Your SEO Methods in 2020?
SEO Weston super Mare Somerset – Freelance Hire by the Hour As a freelancer the majority of my clients are UK nationwide and I rarely get the pleasure of meeting them face to face. I’m always excited to meet local clients in Weston-super-Mare and the surrounding areas from Bristol to Taunton, and I have a… Continue reading Weston super Mare SEO
Client Showcase – Crawfordsprc Carpet Cleaning Company 2014-2019 Client Case Study – Crawfordsprc – Still working together in 2019 It was back in January 2014 when I was contacted by the company owners Andy and Karon whose website www.crawfordsprc.co.uk attracted only one business enquiry per year since the website was first built in 2009. Over… Continue reading SEO Client Showcase Google page 1 – Local Carpet Cleaning 2014 – 2019
Video Sharing for SEO and Social Media Before you action any of the suggestions below I strongly recommend you read my blog post on SEO optimised title and descriptions for Video SEO. Here are some suggestions to create and distribute video content. There are video platforms, social networks focusing on video, and video apps for… Continue reading Video Sharing for SEO and Social Media
New URL inspection tool & more in Search Console A few months ago, we introduced the new Search Console. Here are some updates on how it’s progressing. Welcome “URL inspection” tool One of our most common user requests in Search Console is for more details on how Google Search sees a specific URL. We listened,… Continue reading Google Search Console New Features 2018
Bank Holidays Closure It’s my birthday! Time for a few days off. The office will close at 12 noon on Friday 27th April, reopening Tuesday May 8th. Freelance SEO Presentation Weston-super-Mare May 30th I’m on stage at Weston-super-Mare’s Grand Pier Corporate Open Day introducing SEO and Social Media Marketing to local businesses. The event is… Continue reading Freelance SEO Nina Payne May 2018 Bank Holidays
How To Choose The Right Search Phrases For Google Often when people learn that they need SEO for their website they have no idea what to target in Google. In my experience this takes 30 minutes minimum to discuss over the phone and can take up to 45 minutes – based on my experience with… Continue reading Basic Keyword Research
Linkbuilding – How Soon Will It Help SEO? The truth is, a new link doesn’t affect rankings immediately. That makes it hard to tie an individual link to SERP rankings increases, since there will usually be several other links and on-page changes made to a target page between the time when you get that first… Continue reading Linkbuilding for SEO April 2016
Google’s Algorithmn Changes Daily Google’s Algorithmn is constantly evolving, and here’s a neat little ‘Google Weather Forecast’ from our friends over at MOZ. Weather provided by MozCast The hotter and stormier the weather, the more Google’s rankings changed. Now Your First Wave of SEO is Complete – What’s Next? Clients who invest in a 30-day… Continue reading Google’s Algorithmn Is Ever Changing
For many SEOs, a glimpse at the Google’s Search Quality Rater’s Guidelines is akin to looking into Google’s ranking algorithm. While they don’t give the secret sauce to rank number one on Google, they do offer some incredible insight into what Google views as quality – and not-so-quality – and the types of pages they… Continue reading 2015 Google’s Search Quality Rater’s Guidelines
SEO Statistics Every Marketer Should Know About in 2015 by Matthew Capala on November 6, 2015 Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is an ever-changing industry. What’s hot and relevant one month might not be the next. Business owners and marketers need to stay current on trends in SEO if they want to be at the top of their game. One of… Continue reading SEO Statistics Every Marketer Should Know About in 2015
Content may be king, but with HTTPS migrations, the prevalence of mobile, the increasing importance of site speed, and countless other recent developments, the world of technical SEO has been seeing more than its fair share of shakeups recently. And while marketers are being pressured more than ever to report on ROI and use data… Continue reading 4 Challenging Trends in Google Analytics Reporting
Free SEO Tips For Small Businesses 2015 These are all simple and free to implement, it’s just a case of allocating the time to put them into practice. If time is what you are struggling to allocate to your workload, contact me for a bespoke quote tailor made for your website and industry. Think content… Continue reading Free SEO Tips For Small Businesses 2015
Small Business Social Media Monthly Plan Running your Small Business social media activity will take between 1-2 hours per week, if you would like to learn the skills of creating a blog post, writing enticing updates and learn the ropes of Google+ and Twitter then contact me for a Social Media in-house Training Day. Social… Continue reading Freelance Social Media and Training Somerset