Blog posts tagged with...Search Engine Optimisation

Boosting Google traffic to your blog

Strategies and tips for boosting traffic to your blog from Google and achieving faster entry into Google’s search results for new blog posts.

Michael Walsh by Michael Walsh

An introduction to structured data

In this blog post, I will be discussing what structured data is, how developers can implement it on their websites, and what effects using structured data can have to their sites and end users.

Jamie Wade by Jamie Wade

Microsoft release keywords crystal ball

Microsoft has recently unveiled an addition to the AdCenter Lab that allows users to view predictions of the future popularity of search terms.

Michael Walsh by Michael Walsh

Google AdWords Quality Score

Google has launched a new feature for AdWords users today called Quality Score, this is a feature that is disabled by default and needs to be enabled for each campaign.

Michael Walsh by Michael Walsh

SEO or Search Engine Optimisation is the process of improving the prominence of a website or web page in search engine unpaid (also known as organic) results. The aim being to increase rankings and in turn the volume of traffic to the website or web page from search engines such as Google, Bing and Yahoo. Optimisation usually involves improving both on-page and off-page rankings factors. On-page optimisation might include editing a websites content, HTML, internal links and URLs and off-page optimisation might include increasing the number of backlinks to the website.