Category Archives: Search Engine Tips

Will Google Eradicate SEO?

Recently at SXSW Google spokesman Matt Cutts, head of Google’s Webspam team, made a remote appearance (he was unable to attend due to his wife receiving foot surgery) and made a few revelations on how Google is attempting to deal …
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Comparison of the Top Three Search Engines – Bing, Yahoo, Google

This infographic from Search Engine Journal gives an interesting overview of the current top three Search Engines; Bing, Yahoo! and Google. Click the graphic to zoom in. This is representative of the American market but UK trends tend to be …
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Search Engine Optimisation – who to believe

We are getting more and more queries from both existing and potentially new customers asking about Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and what we can do to push their site up the search engines to that sacred first page of Google. …
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Google roll out Panda – a massive algorithm update

According to the Official Google Webmaster Central Blog, Google have released a large algorithm update called “Panda”. The response to this new algorithm and the subsequent ranking of websites in Google search results has been varied. First a bit of …
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Changing your Domain Name

We recommend to customers that they do not change their domain name if they already have a website live on the Internet. There are several reasons why we give this advice: Many search engines discredit, or at the very least …
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Choosing a Domain Name

There are several considerations when choosing your new domain name. You want your name to be short and easy for a human to remember and type but you also want a name that is going to hold you in good …
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XML Sitemap Generator Script in PHP for Google and others

We develop a lot of websites and quite rightly the owners want their site to appear in Google as quickly as possible. One way to speed up this process is to use Google’s sitemap tool. Google accept sitemaps in various …
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