Breaking down leads by location

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Knowing the physical location of where your website’s leads are coming from is useful knowledge to have, and there are many ways to find this out, just as there are equally many ways you can interpret the data. In this article I will cover a few ways you can gather location data and display it …

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SiteBulb – A great technical SEO tool

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How can SiteBulb enhance your technical SEO? SiteBulb offers technical SEO insights that no other tool (that I have used), does on the market, and it will make you rethink and update your knowledge base of technical SEO. This article was originally going to be a ‘section dissection’ where I go through each of the categories …

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Why employees make businesses vulnerable to hackers

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Cyberattacks have been on the rise both in number and sophistication and this has prompted companies to implement tough cybersecurity measures to protect their resources. Despite this, hackers still find their way into secure networks to steal sensitive data that is put up for sale on the darknet markets or used to commit more cybercrimes such as holding …

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How to deal with huge amounts of redirects in a SEO migration

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Tools used in this guide: Screaming Frog AHREFs MajesticSEO SALT’s redirect tool Whether you’re migrating to a new website with a different URL structure, or just to a new domain or TLD (Top level domain), it is crucial that you redirect all existing links AND backlinks to the new destination or else you risk losing …

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How to recreate aspects of Google Search Console in Excel using COUNTIFS statements

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Google Search Console (GSC) is very powerful software with many a useful tool, and there’s no way I could really recreate any element of it better myself. However, using Excel and some nifty formulas we can create a very reasonable emulation which gives us access to some added data that GSC doesn’t supply. For instance, take …

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What could Google Home Service Ads mean for SEO?

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Last June at SMX, Google announced that the future ‘3 Pack’ would be made up of two organic listings and one sponsored listing, however, Google has recently been testing its new, ad express powered, product in the San Francisco Bay area and it looks like that all of the ‘3 Pack’ are in fact sponsored …

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Using WPML to take your business international

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If you are planning on growing your online business to reach international markets, or you are looking to create a better user experience for your customers in other countries – I recommend that you look no further than implementing WPML into your internationalisation strategy if your site is based on WordPress. WPML was developed in …

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