AMP, Mobile-First Index, SEO?

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It’s a reality: AMP pages are starting to appear more and more in the search results. With mobile-first index being spoken about more and more, tying these mobile changes together are essential. Here’s what you’ll learn: What are AMP & do they influence search rankings? What is mobile-first index? What are we seeing in the […]

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Important SEO Feedback from Google Webmaster Hangout

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On the 27th of December, 2016, a Google Webmaster Central Hangout was held, whereby John Mueller from Google Switzerland answered a number of important questions with regards to Google’s algorithm. A lot of these questions have been floating around for a while and it was really valuable to receive some conclusive answers directly from Google. […]

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SERPTrends SEO Extension – Useful Free Extension

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There are a lot of SEO extensions available for the likes of Chrome and Firefox, but a lot of them aren’t really valuable and merely echo some basics metrics or require a paid account with a third party to extract real value. However, an extension that we have been using a lot, which is free […]

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WordPress.com adds new SEO functionality

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WordPress has two approaches for content publishers, WordPress.com which is a cloud-based solution where you simply create an account and get publishing and WordPress.org which is a far more robust and flexible self hosted solution. There are still a huge number of people publishing content on WordPress.com which makes the latest news from WordPress.com very exciting. A […]

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Most expensive keywords for 2016

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We came across a really useful and interesting tool this afternoon whilst searching around the web for some statistics on expensive keywords. Keyword Keg is a keyword browser extension (Download for Chrome | Download for Firefox) that pulls keyword data from 9 different sources including Google, Youtube, Bing, Amazon, Ebay, Yandex, Yahoo, Wikipedia and Ask.com, and […]

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New Google mobile penalty in January 2017

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Google continues to put a great deal of effort into mobile search and as such we can expect algorithm updates that will target those who are doing things that hinder user experience for mobile users. Google has just announced that come January 2017, it will be launching a new algorithm update that will target intrusive […]

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