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Author: Lucy Fletcher

  • Making sense of speed metrics

    Site speed is important for all site owners and SEOs to monitor. As you may already know, if a page takes longer than three seconds to load, half of visitors will choose to leave — and that is where your chance of conversion ends. It doesn’t matter how good your site looks or how great […]

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  • How to optimise images for SEO

    When people refer to website content, they often mean written copy; however, content can be anything on the page — copy, images, video, and more. A page without content is a blank page. In the same vein, it’s not just the copy that needs to be optimised for search engine scrutiny — everything needs to […]

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  • Who should website content be written for?

    Great content is what draws visitors in to your website and hopefully keeps them there. However, it can be all too easy to get carried away with trying to please search engines when writing this content. So, should your copy be written for the reader or should it be primarily drafted with search engines in […]

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  • How and why to create evergreen content

    Content marketing is an invaluable and intrinsic aspect of marketing any business online, but not all of the content you create will prove as valuable to your audience as you had hoped, and most will simply become irrelevant over time. This is where evergreen content comes into play.

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  • Effective techniques to create tempting meta descriptions

    Meta descriptions are sometimes overlooked or deemed unimportant because they aren’t used by Google to determine rankings — however, they are often the first thing that a potential customer will see of your business online, and they do influence your click-through rate. With that in mind, they are therefore an important aspect of your on-page […]

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  • How to do guest blogging well in 2018

    A video by Matt Cutts in 2014 seemingly suggesting guest blogging was dead caused a bit of a stir in SEO and offsite communities, as did more recent statements from Google echoing the same sentiment. However, context is key, and all of these warnings were aimed at guest blogging done badly. By badly I mean […]

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  • Does social media offer SEO benefits?

    This is a frequently asked question, with clients often wanting to know more about the relationship between SEO and social media. After all, social media is something we regularly recommend clients utilise themselves if they don’t already, but it can be a rather time-consuming task. So, the time has come to tackle the links between […]

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