There are many search events in our industry, but which one should you attend? It is important you can go to at least a few of the conferences and SEO Jo Blogs explains why on State of Digital.
Read about John’s attempt to create a simple Google Action for the Google Assistant – he knows that the future of search is voice, but does he need more coding skills?
A year ago Chris Green tweeted an image of what the top 100 search results looked like when tracked hourly. Many thought it was ‘kinda cool’ at the time and the tool has been developed significantly since.
For long-term SEO value, is it better to have one single domain or to split out your websites in to multiple niche domains? In this post Polly Pospelova dives in to this question and shows the pros and cons of each approach.
The idea of public speaking is a horrible prospect, especially for the introverted among us. Sam Marsden shares his tips on how to start speaking at conferences including how to prepare and what you should do afterwards.
This study from April 2018 shows how well the 100 most popular websites in Ireland perform when it comes to mobile speed. With the homepage taken as a benchmark and compare how they perform against Google’s recommendations on speed, page size, requests and more.
Xenia shares the top SEO and PPC tactics that you can benefit from in 2018 — based on the analysis of 8,000 ecommerce businesses from all around the globe.
Dawn Anderson attended the European Conference on Information Retrieval 2018 in Grenoble and caught up with the latest in the field. Read her summary of the event here, with loads of links to papers and other resources.
What to ask before setting an online advertising campaign is as vital to a PPC professional as knowing perfectly how to set the structure of your ads and how to work on the platform you are going to use. This is a quick checklist of questions to ask to be sure you are not missing important information to set a successful AdWords, Bing, Linkedin or Facebook Ads campaign.
URLs are the foundation of the web. Many aspects of usability and search engine crawling and ranking focus on URLs. In this post, Barry Adams explains some of the elements that make URLs so important and why you shouldn’t ignore good URLs for your website.