As a website owner, the first thing I would recommend is that you start thinking about your website as if it was your car, your home or your business premises, I’m sure you go to great lengths to ensure that everything is in your name, that you are the legal owner of those properties and only you or someone you trust have the keys to it.
There seems to be plenty of freelancers and companies around that are otherwise doing reasonable work in terms of design and development, using hostage customer retention tactics, which are a sure lose lose way to start a business relationship.
As you may have suspected this post is not really about building links the 2014 way right now, no really you haven’t fallen for that have you? :D after all the Spring of 2013 isn’t even here yet, Googlers don’t know what Google will Continue reading
Skip the prose and go straight to the filters. In this post you’ll learn about separating your own traffic from your users in GA (Google Analytics). In just under a month two small clients and one prospect were in need of knowing and doing what for most of us is the very basic Continue reading
In addition to using a local TLD for SEO and paying attention to other region, country and even city specific local SEO factors, it is also very important to consider where your server is located.
Here is proof that server location is an SEO ranking factor, right from Continue reading
Jon Holloway SEO Training + Adwords
Working with Pedro has been an insightful pleasure, for me the world of WordPress, SEO and Google Analytics were a mystery that I could not grasp. Continue reading