Why SEO Comes first when creating a new website.

Why SEO Comes First By Alex Mason  I’ve been an SEO for many years and during that time I’ve worked with all sorts of web developers – each with their own mix of talents and enthusiasm. For all their hard work, good intentions and passion, generally speaking they’ve all been a massive dud when it comes to…

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The evolution of Search

A new video released by Google this week shows the evolution of their search programs. it is six minutes and worth a look:

The importance of online reviews and recommendations

With Social Media and user-interractions becoming more important to your websites success every day, the requirement for you to collect positive reviews for your business is essential. Getting reviews from happy customers is something that all good businesses probably already do, but having them publically available online is usually a difficult step to achieve. More…

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How Google Works – a visual guide to the Google Process

Ever wanted to know how Google actually works? This excellent infographic will show you how it all works in the full technical and gory detail. “The software behind our search technology conducts a series of simultaneous calculations requiring only a fraction of a second. Traditional search engines rely heavily on how often a word appears…

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Why visitors leave your website

Attracting a potential customer is hard enough. Grabbing their attention and retaining them is even more difficult. It is important to design your website so that visitor frustration is kept to a minimum, thereby maximising customer retention. Below are some examples of what not to do when creating your website:  

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The responsibilities of an SEO company have been upgraded

The role of any search engine optimisation expert is constantly evolving at a very fast pace. Below is a summary of just some of the things that we do for our clients at Eseyo: Site Accessiblity: creating websites that search engines can easily crawl and index. Keyword Research/Targetting: Choosing the right keywords and employing them…

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It’s Official: Internet Explorer Users Have a Lower IQ!

A recent survey by AptiQuant, a psychometric consulting company based in Canada, has concluded that Internet Explorer users have a lower Intelligence Quotient than users of other browsers. Those with IE6 scored little over 80. Firefox, Chrome and Safari users fared better at 110. The most intelligent people — with an average IQ of 125…

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Top Tips for getting your website “liked” and “Tweeted”

In a recent study conducted by Facebook, below are some useful statistics to consider when creating your own blog posts and web pages that you want others to like and share: Include a question, call to action and/or some personality in posts: According to Facebook, just 10 percent of the posts they monitored contained a question,…

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You are what you Tweet – an excellent infographic

An excellent new search engine and resource has just been launched called http://visual.ly It contains a huge resource of useful infographics. But what is an infographic? I hear you say… it is a visual way to represent data and information. Once of the first things that I found when visiting the new website was a…

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SEO and Link Building

What are SEO and Link Building? Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is a vital part of marketing any business and is the art and science of getting your website listed at the top of search engines like Google when your potential customers search for terms relevant to your business. A significant element of any good SEO…

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Using Twitter for business

How you can use Twitter to help you gain the business advantage over your competitors. By Dean Faulkner Followings The best way to build an online Twitter following for your business is to convert your offline fans. If you already have a connection with people outside of Twitter, drop them a nice email explaining the benefits of…

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