Tag - search engines

Meta Keywords Use Not a Spam Signal, But Not Used by Google

Meta keywords were one of the early meta tags, but as it is something that could easily be spammed, search engines started to phase out its usage over the years.  And some search engines still use it and many CMS still have that section active for site owners to add to pages.  But because meta keywords has been so heavily spammed over the years, could Google now be seeing it as a spam signal, at least when it does seem [...]

How To Write A Good Article Without Being A Good Copywriter

When you start looking for information on the best way to develop a blog, you will quickly read that it is essential to have an unforgettable style, this little something more that will make you memorable among others. What you need is this famous “quality content”. These articles so captivating that your readers are subjugated. The problem is that everyone does not share equally with writing. Some people are not at all comfortable with spelling, it can also be [...]

SEO – Back To Basics

Search Engine Optimisation is all about your website being seen at the top of search engines for your chosen keywords. Don’t be scared by the acronym SEO, it just allows sites like Google to read your website and rate you in terms of how relevant you are to the users search terms. Don’t jump in blind. One of two things can happen when you begin an SEO campaign, you can jump in blind and guess your way through the process or [...]

Get your Bing campaigns in top shape for 2017

With the exciting news that Bing has reached 20 percent market share in the UK and is currently sitting at 21.6 percent in the US, it’s now more important than ever to make sure your Bing accounts are in top shape for 2017 and beyond. As is common across many industries, the end of the calendar year is a great time to audit and review your current activity, making sure it is in line with industry best practices and [...]