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Location Page for Every Branch or Location You Serve

If you want to really up your presence in Google local search results then have a location page on your website for every branch or location you serve – If you have a business that has more than one office or shop location create a separate page on your website for each location and include information specific…

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Feed the Google Hound for Niche SEO Results

Niche SEO Results

Of all of the business, marketing or ‘self help’ books I’ve read there’s one chapter in the book How to Make Millions Without a Degree by Simon Dolan that has that stuck with me more than any other. The story is a real world account of huge success achieved step by step. When you feed the…

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Does your website need incoming links?

Does your website need incoming links

If you own a website you want people to see that website. Does your website need incoming links for that to happen? Yes, a linking strategy should definitely be part of your strategy. SEO can be complex enough and we’ll not over complicate it here but let’s face facts. Google search represents one of the…

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Google Search Success Stories

Google Search Success Stories (1)

We would all like our our own brand, business, charity or blog to become one of the great Google search success stories and dominate results. In our recent articles we’ve looked into some techniques and tools that can help us to understand what we need to do on our website and how to do it.…

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Setting up Google Search Console

Setting up Google Search Console

You’ve got your keywords, you’ve put them into your website, and you’ve even optimised the pages. But now you’re thinking: So what? Are these keywords helping me? Fortunately there’s an easy, and free, way of finding out which search terms Google has ranked you for. This tool also tells you how they compare to real searches…

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Setting up Google Analytics on Your WordPress Website

How straightforward is Setting up Google Analytics on Your WordPress Website I was asked today. The fact is that it isn’t difficult at all and can be thought of as a simple two step task. Firstly creating your account on Google Analytics and secondly linking that account to your WordPress website by way of a plugin.…

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