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  • Best practices for SEO in the life science industry

    Best practices for SEO remain relatively similar regardless of the industry or sector that your business may be in. Yet, one sector that tends to be slow on digital marketing uptake is the scientific industry – often without good reason. But the potential for scientific businesses to grow online is massive, especially as investors are […]

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  • An introduction to CDNs and SEO benefits

    When the distance between the server and a user increases, so does the latency, which is the time needed for the server to respond to a request. Due to the global nature of CDNs, your site can be artificially moved closer to the user. This will lead to less latency, and in turn, a faster […]

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  • A guide to URL parameter handling

    URL parameters are a useful way to pass information directly in a hyperlink or via the browser address bar. You’ll see them often on all kinds of websites, after a question mark in the page URL. Parameters can pass data to your analytics software, alter the appearance and content of the page, and achieve a […]

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  • Top tips for updating old content for SEO

    Publishing regular new content is a hallmark of on-site SEO campaigns, but a joined-up strategy should not ignore the benefits of updating old content for SEO as well. Old content has several advantages when it comes to optimising your search engine performance: It’s there – there’s no need to create it from scratch. You can […]

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  • How to grow your SEO growth strategy

    In this post, I want to explore the core foundations that make up a good growth strategy and its impact when these aspects align. The core principle in any growth strategy is ‘growth’, which to achieve, means ongoing planning, analysis, and the execution of all available SEO activities. I will explore what these core activities […]

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  • Creating Better Ecommerce Category Pages

    On the majority of ecommerce websites, category pages (or PLPs) are a practical means to an end and a relatively uneventful stop on the user journey to the product pages themselves. A number of ecommerce websites do however recognise that they hold some value, and have copy written for them, oftentimes relegated to the bottom […]

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  • Google’s advice for SEO in 2021

    Towards the end of 2020, Google’s John Mueller spoke virtually at SMX and reaffirmed many existing thoughts about what the future of search holds. The presentation can be viewed from the agenda links and registering. In summary, John’s presentation covered several areas of both how Google’s Search product will be developing, and how they’re working […]

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  • The Complete Guide to Python for SEO

    Python is an open-source programming language that has become popular among many in the SEO community as a way to automate repetitive tasks, improve technical SEO campaigns and save time without sacrificing results. In this article, we will look at areas where Python can help you in your technical SEO efforts. By the end, you […]

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  • JavaScript Frameworks in SEO

    Websites built using JavaScript frameworks have not always been considered the best option for SEO. But while ranking highly in the search results has continued to become more and more important over the years, client-side rendered JavaScript sites are no problem. This article will look at some of the technical considerations when using JavaScript frameworks […]

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  • The Complete Guide to JavaScript for SEO

    JavaScript has become an important way to make web pages more interactive, by adding more dynamic elements, animations and special visual effects that would be difficult or impossible to achieve using HTML and CSS. It has been around for decades – it was reportedly created in just ten days in September 1995 by Netscape programmer […]

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