Local SEO, SEO

9 Things You Should Do To Boost Your Local SEO – updated

Business owners need to think bigger when it comes to local SEO because it’s a tight market. The problem is that SEO strategies are often layered and complex. It’s not enough to list the company in directories and forget about them, for instance. You must target key directories to get the best results and optimise […]

February 23, 2019
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Link Building, SEO

How Important is Internal Linking for SEO?

Even if you are brand new to SEO optimising your website/blog, I am sure you have already read many materials on internal linking. Most major digital marketing websites/blogs have published numerous articles about this topic, and many SEO specialists have expressed their opinion about it in vlogs, conferences, articles and others. However, as I was holding a presentation the other day in […]

June 19, 2018
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CRO, Facebook

How To Turn Your Website Into A Powerful Conversion Driven Powerhouse

Your website is your company’s best opportunity to showcase value propositions and engage your audience. In fact, getting potential clients or customers to a brand’s website is the primary function of many inbound marketing efforts, including Search Engine Optimization (SEO), social media marketing, and Public Relations (PR). Leading these audience members to your homepage or […]

August 24, 2017
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Case Studies, Link Building, SEO

Analysing your Competitors’ Backlinks – a Case Study

Last week, I decided to get back to the basics of SEO: analyse my competitors backlinks profiles, a task that I have to say is not done by many SEOs these days at least not as much as they say. One of the most important key-phrase in our niche is ‘’SEO company Sydney’’ due to […]

September 04, 2016
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Case Studies, Link Building, Local SEO, SEO

How NAP citations influence Local SEO – A case study

A few months ago, a local upholsterer approached us, looking for help with their internet marketing strategy and SEO. The task seemed pretty difficult. The website was very nice, but it was the least SEO-friendly website possible: all in javascript, almost no text at all, simply very hard. To solve this problem, we created a plan […]

July 23, 2016
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Case Studies, Link Building, SEO

How great link building works – An SEO case study

People are limited. We cannot be all things to all individuals, and sometimes you don’t know what you don’t know. When you don’t have the right insights, your business and website will not run optimally. One of those ‘below the radar’ insights of useful websites is good link building. Too many businesses just do not understand […]

July 23, 2016
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Content Marketing, Link Building, SEO, Social Media

How to get attention in the content shock era

If you are looking for shares and links, research suggests that the manner and form of the content seem to matter almost as much as the content itself. There are some forms that, although popular amongst content producers online, do not really appear to get the attention that must have been desired. Meanwhile, other formats undoubtedly hold […]

February 15, 2016
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Content Marketing

Is your content marketing up to your business goals?

In the current-day social media age, every business is a publisher, and all they need is a continuous flow of great content. It comes easily to say than doing! If you are always striving for creating the content that will have a lasting impact on your audience over social media and distinguish you from the crowd, […]

February 05, 2016
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Facebook, PPC

Why You Should Care About Facebook Relevance Score

It can be difficult to know if you are serving ads to the right prospects with the best creative in order to get the best results when promoting your business on Facebook. You can measure clicks and conversions to gain a better understanding, but these statistics rely heavily on the design of your ad and […]

October 07, 2015
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Content Marketing, SEO, Uncategorized

How to do a content audit

For the purpose of this article, we will limit ourselves to content found online. Thus, in web publishing terms, a “contact audit” is simply the process of looking at elements of information found on a particular website. Content audit vs content inventory A content audit is analogous to an income tax audit: both are methods […]

November 10, 2014
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