How To Tackle Mobile Web Design

August 28, 2013

Mobile Web Design the Right Way, The First Time Part of our working week is auditing current websites of potential clients, reporting on how it views on different platforms, as well as the business’ entire internet branding and activity. We find a range of websites, from no mobile friendly through to poor implementation of a [...]

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Why You Need To Be On Google+ Now!

August 26, 2013

I hate blog posts that dictate to small businesses that they should be on every social network going. I’m a big believer in picking a couple of networks and sticking to them. It’s easy to set up a new account on the latest network, but it’s a lot harder to develop a strategy for it [...]

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SEO Simplified: How It Works And How It Can Benefit Your Business

August 21, 2013

Learn what SEO can do for your business and  how it works Various companies get offers of SEO services promising to make their business popular online and get them a lot of customers. This promise of gaining customers entices many companies and many are quick to sign themselves up without really knowing what they’ve gotten [...]

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Three Fail-Proof Tips To Improve Your Searchability

August 9, 2013

Getting your website found online is extremely important. According to a Burke Report, 76% of Internet users use search engines such as Google or Bing to find websites, businesses or information they want. This means that if you truly want your current and potential customers to find you, you have to generate results on popular [...]

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Building A Local SEO Presence In 2013

August 7, 2013

Going Local in the Wake of Google’s Panda and Penguin Updates The SEO scene is currently being dominated by chatter about a couple of  black and white animals, together with the importance of new link building techniques and the idea of establishing a brand. If you struggle to understand the difference between the Panda and [...]

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Eight Signs You’re Blogging In The Wrong Niche

August 6, 2013

For the most part, blogging for a living can be incredibly satisfying. Like most jobs however, there are times when it can be utterly frustrating. And there’s no better example of this than when you realize that you’ve started a blog in the wrong niche. It’s a common mistake. Unfortunately however, it’s also a mistake [...]

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Doing Business Against a Background of Twitter Rage

August 1, 2013

I’m writing this at the end of an interesting month on Twitter. Two entirely independent events occurred which highlight the volatile world of social media, the importance of image and the seemingly capricious nature of Twitter users. The first was the widespread shaming and insulting attacks on Rachel Jeantel, a key defendant in the racially [...]

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We Should Not Believe Our Own Propaganda

July 31, 2013

I am reprinting (without permission, but with attribution) this column from the Key West Citizen’s occasional columnist, Hedley Burrell. The Citizen’s pages are not available if you are not a subscriber, so this is the only way I know to share this widely. I know I am perpetuating the debate on the Zimmerman verdict, but [...]

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The Essential SEO Strategy For An Authority Website

July 5, 2013

image source There is a big debate going on at the moment about whether or not building niche sites is still a good idea. People say that Google doesn’t like them because they don’t help anyone. When you see most of them you can definitely understand where they are coming from. There is still obviously [...]

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The Difference Between Proofreading and Editing, and Why it Matters to Your SEO

July 2, 2013

One of the most tried and true techniques of generating more traffic is simply to add a great deal of rich, useful, relevant content on a regular basis. If you’re making posts every day, or even every other day, then you know that every piece of content won’t be perfect. It’s just par for the [...]

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