Many studies have been done, and a lot has already been written, about how to improve your chances of getting high Google rankings for your website in 2015. These studies have thrown up some very interesting conclusions. [Read more…]
There are many common SEO mistakes made today, either through lack of knowledge or by attempts to dupe the search engines. As I’ve harped on, many times before, Google and other major search engines are on a mission to give quality and relevance to their search queries. So it’s up to you to optimise your site as effectively as possible if you want to be found online for keywords that are relevant to your business.
After carrying out numerous SEO audits on a variety of clients’ websites, I discovered many were guilty of the same SEO mistakes. So I thought I’d share with you my list of the most common SEO mistakes, and some recommendations for avoiding them. [Read more…]
There was a time when the only search engine optimisation you had to do to get to the top of Google rankings for a moderately competitive search term was stuff as many keywords into your website meta tags, get a few links from directories and some other 3rd party sites and there was a good chance you’d rank well for your chosen keywords. [Read more…]
It was announced in the national media earlier this week that the NDS trading Online Voucher Scheme, or Online Trading Voucher Scheme (there doesn’t seem to be consistent terminology yet), which was launched in October 2013, and piloted by Dublin City Enterprise Board, is to be rolled out nationally. [Read more…]
The main objective behind recent changes in Google’s search algorithm is to help it deliver the highest quality, most relevant content to the searcher. How is this relevant to your website? [Read more…]