Author Archives: Pedro Matias

About Pedro Matias

I'm a central London SEO consultant and private tutor, also specialise in WordPress web design and training. All SEO, web consulting and training approaches are centred on user experience, minimalism, speed and engineering centric design. Run 10K for lunch most days for fun and health.

SEO Services I Offer

SEO services I offer, is a blog post that summarises and links to the main services I provide. I know each site and team present a completely unique set of challenges and opportunities. With that in mind I have sculpted my … Continue reading

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5 Reasons To Get SEO Training For Your Business/Team

There might be many more reasons to invest in SEO training and learning yourself or with your in house team. Learning SEO is almost like learning any other discipline. I say almost because SEO is both a science and an … Continue reading

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HTTPS Chrome Will Show Security Warnings On

Before anything else, obviously where it says “”, it will be the url of your own site on any notice you receive specific to it. It has been a long time coming but it is finally almost here. Google announced … Continue reading

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SEO Training Course in London

I offer custom designed SEO, WordPress or WordPress SEO training sessions to fit your specific needs and your own project, not a rushed one size fits all academic exercise. Training begins at two or four hour sessions. Other combinations are … Continue reading

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SMX London 23-24 May 2017 – Blog Partner

We are excited to announce our partnership with SMX London, the largest SEO and Paid Search conference in Europe and run by the editors and founders of Search Engine Land. This year’s SMX London will take place on the 23-24 of … Continue reading

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Why You Must Update WordPress, Themes And Plugins

WordPress is considered the most powerful blogging and website content management system around at the moment. The software that powers WordPress is open source, which means that the code is created and updated by a community of developers from all … Continue reading

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Moving HTTP To HTTPS Your 2017 #1 Resolution

Cross posted from the Anglux Blog where it first appeared. Back in 2014, Google has announced HTTPS as a ranking signal, at the time my reaction was, well like that of most people, so what, it is just negligible and … Continue reading

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Google Analytics Assistant For Mobile Apps > More #AI

This is both part of Google’s continued inroads into AI (Artificial Intelligence) and mobile first, or in this case mobile only, the analytics assistant is a machine learning feature that seems quite useful, and is only available on mobile and … Continue reading

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