Here’s the index of everything we published in February…
Are you presenting them all to search engines? Are you hiding any from visitors? It’s worth auditing what you’ve got, and what’s accessible.
There are so many targeting settings in Google Ads, you probably need to be a full-time professional to keep on top of them all.
A client asked us for advice in creating a report on how their company website compared to competitors in terms of search engine performance.
Bing may only send a small fraction of the number of visitors to your site that Google does, but that’s still worth spending time on.
Your sales team will naturally be all over any known clients of theirs, but what about online marketing? What can you do?
If you’ve spent 3 hours writing an article, and discover later that only 25 people saw it, that can be dispiriting. Do something about it.
Few potential customers ever read case studies. They’re usually hidden away down at the bottom of a website’s number-of-page-views report.
Chris Rand explains why linking out may have an SEO benefit, and is an easy thing to do, completely within your control.
How a lecture made me all the more determined to at least make things difficult for the organisations recording everything I do online.
Here’s what I’d consider the ‘rules’ of a dedicated landing page for an advertising campaign. Do your product pages tick most of these boxes?
Google may have reined back on taking into account other things it knows about you, including your search history. Chris Rand reports.
It may not reach long-time users of the traditional alternative, but it’s superb at reaching first-time customers.
Who wouldn’t want an ad for blue widgets in the middle of News At Ten, knowing it would only be seen by people who’d visited their website?
Here’s something I doubt many of us will be able (or want) to use, but which is worth knowing about: AMP for email, or AMPHTML email.
When you set up a search ads campaign for your own name, make sure it includes ‘exact’ searches for your name + each of your products.
Does your website copy treat your prospects with respect? Chris Rand reminds us that in professional sectors, they’re not all newbies.
This guide will show you how to elevate your LinkedIn page to being a dynamic marketing tool, rather than a static “About Us” page.
Google has brought the previously announced closure of its little-loved service forward from later this year to April.
It’s all too common to forget why people buy our products or services in the first place. We often find this difficult to nail down.
Here’s something to remember when you write a web page or design your next website: the site is there for your prospects and customers.