Category Archives: On-page SEO Techniques

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Optimise WordPress for Rich Snippets

What are ‘Rich Snip­pets’ Ok, so today’s post is a bit meaty (TL:DR) and may take you a couple of reads to get through / get your head around… So before going straight to your Word­Press site or Google+ and imple­ment­ing the points I’ve lis­ted below, you may want to know what ‘rich snip­pets’ are

How social content can boost SEO

All these social con­tent changes that are hap­pen­ing at the moment: Google’s “Search, Plus Your World”, Twit­ter spit­ting its dummy out because… errr well there’s no real reason other than them kick­ing them­selves for back­ing out of an oppor­tun­ity last year with Google… how­ever, I digress… Hav­ing both battled the search engines for a sub­stan­tial

Communicate Magazine Conference Google Plus for Business & Brands

I had the for­tu­nate oppor­tun­ity of speak­ing at Com­mu­nic­ate Magazine’s Google+ for Busi­ness & Brands con­fer­ence yes­ter­day. For­tu­nate in that priv­ileged to be in a room with some of the most top end people / agen­cies / organ­isa­tions and brands. Also for­tu­nate that they had guards on the door to stop people leav­ing when it

Onpage SEO — a quick check list

I was hav­ing a chat with someone today and the topic of ‘how should I write for the web?’ came up so I thought I’d just make what I talked about into a quick blog… On Page SEO Ele­ments Together, the fol­low­ing ele­ments are known as ‘onpage’ seo — and, if your web­site is ‘static html’

Nofollow: Keeping control of your Page Rank

Last week I wrote ‘dofol­low: shar­ing some link juice’ regard­ing why I changed the links within my com­ment sec­tions to ‘dofol­low’. As a fol­low up to that art­icle I wanted to write about the ‘nofol­low’ tag and when I use it and why… Nofol­low Firstly you can read Google’s blog on Pre­vent­ing Com­ment Spam (2005) to