SEO can be an indispensable tool in helping potential customers on the internet find your business. In this next instalment of the on-going BQ Expert Series, Publicity Seekers’ Jonathan Saunders speaks with James Lane, Co-Founder and Training Director of digital marketing & social media training provider, Hypestar, about how you can use SEO correctly.
Search Engine Optimisation
Here’s our guide to SEO. This is based on the “Google SEO: Googley Goodness of Great Gains” seminar James has been delivering at SEO conferences, expos and meetups. If you’re looking to understand Google and how it sees your site, you’ll want to read this!
Using an SSL certificate to secure/encrypt information on your website is something that all businesses can do, but did you know that Google uses this as a ranking signal – so websites that work on the https version will receive a boost in search results. We take a closer look at why and how you get one for your site
A lot of people focus on their homepage when it comes to SEO, but the reality is there’s so much more you could be doing to help Google understand what’s happening on your website and to give your pages the best possible chance to rank (appear in Google) – this quick SEO trick lets you see what Google knows about your site and how to fix it, if you don’t see what you’d expect to see!
Being such a vital aspect of SEO, we’re often asked about link building and how do you spot links that actually count towards your SEO, so we thought we would give you some tips and free tools to try out.
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) isn’t necessarily something that’s tricky – but it can certainly be hard to know where to start. We’ve built this completely free SEO Audit tool. Use it as many times as you like, no trials, no tricks, no strings attached. Be found easier, find out how.
If images are too large, they can have a massive effect on your load time and therefore your SEO – here are four things you can use to compress/reduce files
What does it say at the bottom of your website? If there’s a tagline saying “Designed by a company’, you should probably remove it. Here’s why…