Posts Categorized: SEO

HOW TO GEOTAG YOUR PHOTOS FOR BETTER LOCAL SEO

Do you use images on your website? Ok, let’s trim this down a little… are you a local business with images of case studies, examples of your work and/or pictures of your storefront/office? If so, here’s a great little¬†local SEO¬†hack for you. Image files can contain lots of information or metadata, such as the camera… Read more »

WAIT BEFORE USING A HOLDING PAGE FOR YOUR NEW WEBSITE

Whilst prospecting and looking at some new connections websites over the last 24 hours, I’ve seen some well established companies with holding pages in place whilst their new site is under construction. Now first off, if you’re a brand new business with a new domain and looking to get some early SEO traction. Producing a… Read more »

DON’T GET CAUGHT UP IN KEYWORD CANNIBALISATION

Do you use the same keywords on multiple website pages over and over? Something I see regularly from small business owners and their websites, is that in an effort to rank for their primary keyword as highly as possible, they will target the same phrase across multiple pages to make their website appear as optimised… Read more »

HAVE YOU SWITCHED YOUR WEBSITE OVER TO HTTPS?

Have you switched your website over to https? Aside from further enhancing your website security for users, Google confirmed it as a ranking signal as far back as 2014. What many website owners don’t know, is that if you migrate your website across incorrectly, it can actually have a negative impact on your SEO and… Read more »