Chrome Store Optimization

Over the last few weeks, we have been helping with the launch of Majestic SEO’s new Chrome Extension. It took a few weeks, but it now seems that the extension is pretty prominent in the Chrome store. As I speak it is trending top of its class in the “Search […]

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Google Analytics adds 'Cost Analysis' feature

Google announced that it has launched a Cost Data import tool for Google Analytics, so users can import cost data from any digital source, including paid search providers, affiliates, email, social and organic traffic. The tool is in public beta. As spotted today, a ‘Cost Analysis’ tab has been added […]

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Success With The Google Analytics IQ Test

Well done to Hayley Coutinho and myself for both recently passing the Google Analytics Individual Qualification after weeks of trying to put it off! The Google Analytics IQ Test was first launched in 2009 and allows individuals to demonstrate proficiency in Google Analytics. The test itself consists of 70 multiple […]

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Is Google Disavow Links Tool the only solution to low Ranking website?

I hear webmasters around the world jumping up and down with joy, thanking Google for listening to them and finally announcing its new Disavow Links Tool yesterday (16th Oct 2012). Webmasters are hoping that this shiny new tool from Google will help them recover their low ranking or banned websites […]

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1st Position in Google Receives 53% of Clicks

Advertising on the most popular search engine, Google can be done in two ways; either through organic “natural” listings as a result of SEO activity, or through paid listings as a result of paid search advertising.  Many consider a successful online marketing campaign to consist of both (and other online […]

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Matt Cutts States That Schema.org Doesn't Provide Ranking Benefit

In the latest Google Webmaster Help video published on YouTube today, Google’s Head of Webspam, Matt Cutts addressed the following common question: “Does the use of schema.org markup create a ranking benefit?” Matt explains that the simple inclusion of schema.org markup on a website will not necessarily provide a ranking […]

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The Art of Guest Blogging

Guest blogging is one of the most-common and successful link building strategies being used right now after the Google Panda and Penguin updates.  This guide will help teach you how to find guest blogging opportunities and how to make the most of them. What Do You Want to Get Out […]

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How to Avoid Link Building Penalties

  (image credit: t r e v y) The number of cases of websites being penalised for their link building is on the rise.  There are pages of users posting questions on the Google Support Forum asking where their site may have been penalised or how they have to fix […]

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40 Blog Post Ideas for When You Get Writer’s Block

(image credit: Ed Yourdon) Since the Google Panda and Penguin updates, content marketing has become as important as it has ever been for Search Engine Optimisation and Link Building. Creating quality content for your blog or a third party blog will help towards attracting an audience, customers and can be […]

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8 Ways to Get Kicked Out of Google

Website owners and bad SEOs who manage to get their website kicked out of Google don’t do it intentionally. Rather, they seemingly lack the knowledge to prevent it, and/or take too-bigger risks. Here are 8 ways to get your website kicked out of Google.  I suggest you understand these and […]

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