Posts Tagged ‘search engine optimisation’

Is SEO dead? No.

Article by @sophie_smpr Google is constantly releasing new updates and making changes to its algorithm, and sometimes these changes can have a real impact on our websites and their search rankings. Because of this, the debate to whether SEO is dead or not remains open, in our opinion, it’s not dead, not at all – […]

Online PR

Online PR isn’t too dissimilar to traditional offline PR methods, the aim remains the same, gaining coverage for your company, your brand or your b2b products & services and driving traffic to your website.  We will increase your online visibility and influence your online audiences. If you want to increase revenues, let us connect your […]

SEO’s importance in the construction market, and why it’s changing the rules of publishing

How important is search engine optimisation (SEO) to media, PR and marketing professionals in the construction and built environment market? Let me start by providing a statistic. While I was at ContractJournal.com, around 50% of visitors to the site found us via a search engine. (The remainder came chiefly from direct links, eg. newsletters, or […]

Google’s ‘Personalised Search’ and the implications for SEO

In April 2009, Google rolled out ‘Personalised Search’ to all users, not just those who were signed in to a Gmail account. What this means is that anyone using Google is automatically presented with results that are specific to their previous searches and these are displayed above the natural results from Google. Personalised Search is […]