Finding the SEO Strategy That Works for You

Finding the SEO Strategy That Works for You

The other day I was reading an SEO report published by backlink and internet marketing specialist Brian Dean. Brian has been doing extensive research on what SEO techniques are working best for website owners especially with regard to the ongoing updates at Google. In short he has compiled Google ranking data from millions of websites and then sifted through all the information using powerful analytics to identify which SEO techniques are delivering … Continue reading

5 Simple Steps to Learning More About Your Online Competitors

5 Simple Steps to Learning More About Your Online Competitors

If you run a business chances are you’ll be aware of a competitor’s website that always seems to be higher in Google than you are. And no matter what you do you never seen to get above them. Of course this situation is immensely frustrating and it often seems nigh impossible to do much about it. But actually there is quite a bit you can do and this starts with … Continue reading

How small charges to the web page content can make a big difference to the Google ranking

How small charges to the web page content can make a big difference to the Google ranking

Web site owners often think that to achieve worthwhile improvements in Google ranking they need to be carrying out a whole range of SEO activities. Everything from building back-links to full technical reviews, to digital PR, to local SEO campaigns, it’s seems to be a common belief that you need to be doing all these and more to have any chance of success. Small on-page edits and changes can make … Continue reading

SEO Related Searches. How they can offer you unique long tail keyword phrases

Find out how SEO related searches might work for you Anyone who has used a search engine recently will more than likely notice the related searches offered up that they can click on to expand upon the original search or learn more about the topic. More times than not these phrases can be a great help in finding more useful information. For website owners these related searches offer an opportunity … Continue reading

SEO Ranking: Don’t over obsess about it

Think your website’s not ranking as well as it might? Maybe you don’t need to worry after all Do you run a daily check on how your website is doing in Google for your favourite keyword phrases, and then feel depressed or disappointed when it’s not doing as well as it did yesterday or last week? This is a classic SEO ranking dilemma than many website owners worry about unnecessarily. … Continue reading

Don’t over commercialise your website

It could affect the ranking in Google Read on below to learn how… Most business websites are built to earn income or generate leads, so it’s logical to do everything possible towards that end. But there is a fine balance to be had, and if the website is too focused on the commercial side of things the search engines might downgrade it a little compared to a site that, while … Continue reading

Benefits of using CloudFlare’s content delivery network (CDN) to protect and speed up your website

A few months back I was editing the content on one of the ReallySimpleSEO pages, and when finished I pressed the publish button as normal. Rather than seeing the page being replaced by the fully published version, I got instead a message saying the resource limit had been reached and to try again later. I tried again and it published fine so I didn’t think too much of it. However … Continue reading

Don’t forget Yahoo and Bing when optimising your website

Optimising your website specifically for Bing and Yahoo as well as Google, still makes sense In the quest for always gaining the best possible Google ranking for your website it’s easy to forget there are two other major search engines as well namely Bing and Yahoo. It’s totally understandable that website owners often don’t give these search engines much time when they account for less than 15 percent of total … Continue reading