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As we all know, the world of SEO travels at a million miles per second, which is why we like to keep up to date with the very latest SEO news and analysis. Including reviews and guides on the latest technologies and tools, as well as tips on SEO best practice, find out everything you need to know from one of the most prominent UK SEO agencies, here.

  • What are Core Web Vitals?

    Web Vitals are metrics created by Google to measure page performance in a standardised way. Google analyses real user data from the Chrome User Experience Report (CrUX) and compares the real experience of these users to see where they fall within the Web Vitals metrics. The Core Web Vitals are then used by Google as […]

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  • What can we learn from SEO competitor analysis?

    Competitor analysis involves investigating the strongest players in your industry and finding valuable information that can be used to improve your SEO strategy. It’s all about finding out what your rivals are doing and how you can do it better. In this post, we consider the importance of keeping an eye on your competitors and […]

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  • How to perform actionable SEO Competitor Analysis

    With daily keyword ranking changes and forever evolving search engine algorithms, it’s difficult to maintain a constant overview of your business’ digital presence against competitors. Add to that the recent world events of the past few years, leading to significant demand for greater digital exposure for all industries, now is the perfect time to understand […]

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  • An introduction to video SEO

    SEO for video is often disregarded. With more focus on content SEO, such as keyword research and internal linking, video optimization can sometimes be put on the backburner. With the amount of time and money spent on creating the video for it to not rank or drive the traffic you would hope for, it’s evident […]

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  • What you need to know about search intent

    Search intent – sometimes called ‘user intent’ – is about understanding not only what your audience is searching for when they find your website, but also why they are conducting that search. It’s a powerful way to learn more about how people find your website and to identify reasons why your SEO content might not […]

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  • How to avoid crawl depth issues

    For websites to be indexed within the results pages of search engines, search engine web crawlers (often called a “spider” or “spiderbot”), must first explore their pages. These crawlers provide essential information to search engines so that the engines can supply users with the most useful and accurate results. In order for crawlers to efficiently […]

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  • What is Structured Data?

    Structured data is a way for website owners to tell search engines like Google what the content on their website means. It adds context to content. The way we discover websites has gone through several changes over the years. To begin with, to visit a website, you just typed it into your address bar. Soon […]

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  • How to use Unavailable_After tags to increase crawl efficiency

    Working with large websites (1 million+ pages), or websites with high levels of time-sensitive content can sometimes be tricky when it comes to ensuring new content is crawled (and processed) so that users can discover it as quickly as possible. This is where the unavailable_after meta robots tag can come in handy. Unavailable_after tags provide […]

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  • Does UX matter to SEO?

    Website and server traffic is often divided into two main groups: human users and search engine crawlers, also known as robots. User experience, or UX, focuses on the first of those groups, making sure that your pages load quickly and reliably, and that it’s easy for humans to interact with your content in some way. […]

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  • Is Google My Business worth it for your SEO strategy?

    Google My Business (GMB) is a free tool launched in 2014 to help local search performance for companies of any size. It signaled a move away from sponsored listings and directories with more autonomy and creativity passed to businesses to market themselves locally. By simply providing your address, trading hours, and phone number, you can […]

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  • An introduction to website breadcrumbs

    Breadcrumbs are one of the oldest navigational aids used on websites and are still a useful feature for improving user experience (UX) to this day. They provide a very easy way to click through to a parent page, category/index page, or to a website’s homepage, without relying on the browser’s back button. However, breadcrumbs also […]

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