Google Partners are experts only in Pay Per Click and not in SEO. Google do not certify for SEO. Read my blog to find out the difference.
Some years ago Google introduced Partner badges for individuals and organisations who demonstrate a high level of knowledge and expertise with Google Ads.
Yes you still need meta tags. No Google won't always use them. But you should always write your own for SEO reasons.
What are “meta tags”? Meta tags are the words and phrases you see in a list of search engine results that provide a preview of what’s on a web page.
Deciding to go freelance is a big transition, especially coming from an established corporate background. Here's what I've learned since taking the plunge.
The 16 surprising lessons I've learned since re-branding myself as a freelance SEO copywriter. It's everything I hoped, and at the same time nothing like I expected.
Having a Google My Business listing is only the first step to local SEO. You also need to optimise the content just as you would for your website.
Do you know what 80% of people do before they go shopping? They Google. And if they’re about to head out the door to look for a local supplier or retailer, they Google.
SEO trick: You can greatly enhance your visibility in local Google searches using just one free, simple tool.
Do you have 30 minutes to spare to vastly improve your website’s visibility in search engines? Think again about local SEO. Because you could be missing out on the one simple trick that gets your business noticed by search engines.
SEO can feel like a confusing concept, full of jargon and mysterious terms. But a little bit of knowledge can go a long way to help you get to grips with it.
Can’t tell your links from your content, or your Google juice from your keyword density? Never fear, help is at hand! Here is Part 2 of my series on SEO Jargon…
Keeping ahead in the SEO game needn't be hard, so long as you make time to regularly update your online content. Here are 5 more pitfalls to avoid.
Last week we explored the first four reasons why your website might not be featuring in search engine results (yet) and some hints and tips for fixing it. I’m happy to share Reasons 5 to 9 with you now.
Just launching a website and sitting back waiting for the business to roll in won't do any more. You need to be playing by the SEO rules if you want customers.
You’ve launched your new website and you feel like your business is finally going somewhere. It’s a great feeling isn’t it? A bit like watching your baby waddle across the floor on its own little legs for the first time.