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  • Google Hummingbird Algorithm – What You Need to Know


    Last week, google announced a new search algorithm called Hummingbird. This is the biggest algorithm change Google have made since Caffeine in 2010. So what's the deal? Is Hummingbird something you should be worrying about? Will your rankings drop? And is there anything you need to consider when it comes to your SEO strategy moving forward?

    Hummingbird has been running for a month already, so if your rankings haven't been affected by it so far, it is relatively unlikely that Hummingbird is going to affect your rankings in a negative way. That doesn't mean the algorithm doesn't warrant some consideration however.

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  • Design Considerations When Designing a Website

    Web Design Wireframe

    Last week we talked about UX considerations with regards to web design projects. I can't stress enough how important those considerations are, so if you missed that here is a link.

    Today we are going to talk about design specifically, and a few things you need to make sure you are aware of before finalizing any design decisions.

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  • UX Considerations When Designing a Website

    Awesome User Interface

    Last week I summarized the factors you should be considering when designing a website (in priority order) and talked about how your website should support your businesses goals (the highest priority). If you missed that, why not take a look now?

    Today I am going to be talking about UX (user experience), which is extremely important when it comes to designing websites. I am going to go through some of the major considerations that need to be addressed when it comes to UX and give some advice on each.

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  • What to Consider When Designing a Website


    When it is time for a new website or a redesign there are a lot of factors you need to consider, and they might not be the factors you would first think.

    Your web presence is like a tree, and your website is the roots and the trunk of that tree. Without the roots and the trunk I think we can safely say that there is no tree. Here is a short list of things you need to consider when it comes to designing or redesigning a website, listed in order of priority:

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  • A Link Building Guide for 2013 - Part 3

    Google Classic Postcard

    Welcome to the final part of my 2013 link building series. If you haven't read the previous parts yet, go back to part 1. If you happened to miss the second part, there is a link for that here too.

    Today I am going to discuss a few more things you can incorporate into your link building strategy. The methods discussed in part 2 should be your bread and butter, but the methods we will be discussing today can be really effective too if implemented well.

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  • A Link Building Guide for 2013 - Part 2

    Guy with megaphone

    In part 1 we talked a lot about content. Today we are going to talk about some of the best opportunities available to you when it comes to promoting that content and hopefuly building some good organic links.

    There are lots of great ways to build links to your content. Having great content definately goes a long way, and you need to address that, but if it doesn't get to your audience, content is useless.

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  • A Link Building Guide for 2013

    Chain Links

    The world of SEO is constantly changing, that has been really apparent over the past couple of years. A lot of techniques SEOs used to build links has now become either ineffective or could harm your sites in the rankings.

    Search engines are constantly looking for ways to make it more difficult to manipulate their rankings. The best way we can work with this is literally by not trying to manipulate the rankings and instead get our sites ranking because they deserve it.

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