Currently working on SEO and content strategy for Friends of the Earth, Echo Healthcare and Just Opened London. I’m also the editor in chief of pop culture site Methods Unsound.
There are so many things you may not be optimising for, but here's where you can begin...
The major problem with marketing and business jargon is that the majority of the people who use it, aren’t necessarily using it correctly…
With the news that Google will be rolling out its accelerated mobile pages (AMP) to all organic listings beyond the ‘Top Stories’ you’ll be forgiven for getting a little bit anxious.
You know, apart from the most obvious search engine. And possibly the second most obvious one too. In fact I’ll start again, what are the eight most popular search engines after Google and Bing?
Here we’ll take a look at the practice of content syndication and answer a few questions…
Six months ago, Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages initiative was only available in the ‘Top Stories’ carousel of it search results.
SEO at its most technical level is all about the minutiae. The small, precise details that no-one else may notice.
SO much has happened to the world’s most popular social network.
SEO, SEM, PPC, CTR, HTML, HTTP, IP… even for the most seasoned digital marketing professionals, the world of SEO can be a daunting, jargon-filled place.
Appearing in the top organic listings of Google is increasingly like pouring a gallon of milk into a shot glass.
A Twitter verification badge will not make you a better/happier/more popular person. A Twitter verification badge isn’t a substitute for genuine emotional self-worth, you’re thinking of Pokemon Go.
Mobile will play its biggest role ever in 2016 and as Google reveals: mobile travel and shopping searches are already up nearly 30% year-over-year.
Whether maintaining a blog or a beloved long-running website, you will have likely run into problems with accidentally using copyrighted images.
Hmm... I guess I should elaborate.