Basic SEO Tips for Product and Service Pages

Basic SEO Tips for Product and Service Pages

11th January 2013

Product and service pages are core to most business websites. They tell prospective customers what you do and what you can offer. But how do you make the most of them from an SEO perspective? Here are a few basic tips to get you started. Service page SEO 1. Create individual service pages. You can’t…

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Going Beyond SEO: Content Marketing

Going Beyond SEO: Content Marketing

3rd October 2012

Almost every new client I quote for asks the same basic questions about SEO. How can I optimise my site for Google? How can I rank on the first page for my chosen keywords? How can I use search engines to draw visitors to my website? But few are actually asking the right questions. How…

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Basic SEO Check List

8th August 2012

Search engine algorithms are changing all the time, so sometimes it’s good to go back and give your website a little SEO health check. Here is a short check list to help make sure you’re still covering the basics. NB: I’ve taken it for granted that you’ve already got a pretty good idea what keywords…

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What is Search Engine Optimisation or SEO?

18th May 2011

Put simply, Search Engine Optimisation (or SEO) is about making search engines such as Google and Bing rank your site higher in their unpaid or ‘organic’ search results than your competitors. There are two main strands to this – onsite and offsite. Both are important and should be considered at the point of design, not…

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I knew the moment I spoke to Jo that she was the right person to transfer our website over to a content management system.  We were looking for someone who combined a really good technical knowledge of WordPress with a keen eye for design, and Jo provided just that.  She was fast, thorough and incredibly straightforward in her approach and nothing was too much trouble.  The training Jo delivered as part of the job was clear and thorough too.  Thank you, Jo, for a fantastic job!

(Tessa Lamb (Business Language Training))