Tag: SEO conference

  • Publishing Velocity and SEO

    Publishing Velocity and SEO

    What is Content Velocity?  Content velocity is the rate at which pages are created and published. The more original content you publish, the more likely your page will be seen as relevant by search engines.  Content velocity is based on the number of new pages that are published over a period of time. This metric […]

  • Jack of all trades or master of none? What KPIs should SEOs work to?

    Jack of all trades or master of none? What KPIs should SEOs work to?

    What are Key Performance Indicators? When you start a business it is super important to be able to measure your progress and determine if you are successful or not. In order to do this, you need to have Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).  What is a Key Performance Indicator? Key Performance Indicators are measurements that indicate the…

  • How do you deal with Crawl Budget?

    How do you deal with Crawl Budget?

    What is Crawl Budget? Crawl Budget is the total number of pages on your site that search engine crawlers can crawl and index in a given amount of time. The higher the crawl budget you have, the more content you can rank for in the search engine results pages (SERPs). Content-rich websites with lots of…

  • You deleted how many pages? 130M! And here’s why.

    You deleted how many pages? 130M! And here’s why.

    Delete your pages and rank higher in search For years I’ve been telling SEO that if you are looking for a way to optimise your website from a technical SEO point of view you should consider deleting some of your website pages.  I probably sound crazy to you! But hear me out. Index Bloat and Crawl Budget…

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

    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…

  • A Technical Solution To Content Duplication

    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…

  • Developing an SEO friendly CMS from the Ground Up

    Developing an SEO friendly CMS from the Ground Up

    Choosing the right CMS for your business is not an easy job. Furthermore choosing (and implementing) the right CMS is only the beginning of an SEO and business journey that can pay dividends – or cost you a lot – down the road. 3 tips on Choosing the Right CMS Avoid heavy developer reliance. I…

  • SEO Tactics to Implement Tonight

    SEO Tactics to Implement Tonight

    Want more traffic from Google? Then you’re in the right place. Because in this talk at the Benchmark Search & Digital Conference, Lukasz Zelezny will show you how small and simple SEO changes can improve your traffic (and revenue) in no time.  Most people believe that SEO is hard and complicated but this is not…

  • Content Marketing on a Gargantuan Scale

    Content Marketing on a Gargantuan Scale

    What is content marketing? Content marketing is a digital marketing strategy in which businesses create honest, transparent, and educational content on a consistent basis for an ideal buyer persona. Another way to describe what content marketing is: content that gets your brand noticed online, helping to engage with your core audiences and deliver the results…

  • How to start a link building campaign fast (without spamming)

    How to start a link building campaign fast (without spamming)

    Since I joined the SEO community 5-6 years ago, there’s always been a heated debate around the benefit vs risk payoff of various link building tactics, but one thing that has remained pretty uncontested during this time is that links matter. Of course, back in day quantity often trumped quality and many websites got penalised…