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SEO Quality Assurance: Just How Needed Is It? 1,300 SEOs Respond

SEO Quality Assurance When it comes to SEO Quality Assurance (QA) is a huge challenge, especially for big organisations. Critical problems can (and they often do) slip past even the most vigilant of us. In-house SEOs also frequently face the issue of well-meaning web developer teams not being completely au fait with SEO and thus…

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A Technical Solution To Content Duplication

What is duplicate content? The so-called ‘duplicate content’ is a very popular term in the field of SEO (search engine optimization) used to describe content that appears on more than one web page on the same or different websites.  It can harm your rankings and many SEOs believe that extensive amounts of it can even…

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Entity SEO

Understanding Entities For SEO I’m gonna be honest with you: entities are a bit of an enigma even to the seasoned SEO. Although they’re rarely discussed they’ve been around for years and have had a massive impact on many aspects of SEO. I guess part of the reason that digital marketers don’t talk about entities…

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The underrated powers of internal linking

Nearly every talk on internal linking strategies starts with a discussion of how complicated yet how important this part of SEO is. Everybody knows that internal linking is such a simple concept, and everyone should be doing it. But when it comes to the theory, the processes surrounding internal linking, and best practices suddenly the…

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What makes your SEO fail (and how to fix it)

BrightonSEO In today’s competitive market, SEO marketing is more important than ever. Search engines serve millions of users per day looking for answers to their questions or for solutions to their problems. On the other side, SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) is rapidly changing from one year to the next, with new algorithms constantly emerging and…

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The State Of Pagination And Infinite Scroll On The Web

In March this year, Google announced that it had stopped supporting (for at least a couple of years!) the rel=prev/next markup that is used to indicate when a page is part of a larger set of pages in terms of pagination. That’s a bit strange as they have been advocating using it until very recently.…

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How To Bag Sexy AF SEO Revenue Growth with Your Discontinued Products

It’s inevitable that at one point products on e-commerce websites will have to be retired as they become temporarily or permanently unavailable. Despite the commonality of this event, it can be challenging to know what to do with product pages for which you don’t have any product to sell. After all, it’s not as straightforward…

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Predicting the Impact of Technical SEO changes | BrightonSEO 2019

The best Digital Marketers are obsessed with metrics. In fact, it’s this obsession with measuring and optimizing that allowed their websites to grow so fast. However, they don’t optimize every single metric available. Instead, they only optimise the right metrics. Discover the benefits of integrating your business metrics with SEO metrics and predict the impact…

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BrightonSEO 2019 Keynote Q&A Session with John Mueller

Try to remember the last time you attended a Q&A session. I bet it went something like this: somebody got up to the mic, talked about themselves for twenty minutes, then said “so…what do you think about all that?” It happens at almost every digital marketing conference or event that we’ve been too. Not this…

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Why attend BrightonSEO conference?

Why You Should Attend SEO Meetups (and conferences) As a digital marketer, it is critical to stay on top of all the latest trends and tactics. Attending SEO meetups will help keep you up to date on the latest SEO strategies, trends, tips, and tools. If anything is consistent amongst different meetups it is without…