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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…

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Benchmark Search Conference Google Data Studio

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…

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CognitiveSEO Keyword Tool Review

As digital marketers, we are always on the look for good keyword research tools. Mastering SEO optimization can be hard, especially if you’re just starting out or you are not really into SEO like most copywriters or social media executives. And I think I found the tool that’s very close to my dream keyword research…

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Benchmark Search Conference

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…

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BrightonSEO

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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BrightonSEO

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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BrightonSEO

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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The Sunday Talk

Cultivating Happiness – The Sunday Talk

Sometimes on a Monday morning, you are thinking “Oh my God, this week gonna be so busy. I’ve got two online webinars, one round table and I have to go to France for a two-day OnCrawl training. I’m gonna be so tired at the end of this week. But then you are thinking ” Wait…

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Search Leeds SEO Conference The Sunday Talk

The Sunday Talk – SearchLeeds Happiness

SearchLeeds 2019 It’s Monday and I want to say something inspirational but then this week we are all going to SearchLeeds 2019. And what’s more inspirational than meeting talented digital marketers like Samantha Noble, Jennifer Hoffman gonna be there, Arianne Donoghue gonna be there, Kristal Ireland gonna be there. Hey, Jon Myers gonna be there.…

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BrightonSEO

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…