Category: Google and search engines

+1’s The Most Important Ranking Factor of 2013 (… so far)

+1's the most imporant SEO tool in 2013

A new report finds that Google’s +1’s are of the most importance when it comes to SEO and ranking in 2013. Written by Kaye Neylon SEO Ranking Factors The study, conducted by Search Metrics, has shown that Google +1’s are the most important element in SEO so far in 2013. It won’t come as a… Read more »

Category: Google and search engines

How to Write SEO Friendly Content for your Website

SEO friendly content for your website

Optimising your website’s content so that search engines can find it is an essential part of any SEO strategy, but why do so many forget its importance? Written by Kaye Neylon As one of the busiest SEO agencies in Manchester, we discuss how to make your content SEO friendly and how this will benefit your… Read more »

Category: Google and search engines

The Key to Instant SEO Success Is… there isn’t one!

No Instant SEO Success

Search Engine Optimisation is an essential tool for your website to be found, but why doesn’t success come over night? Written by Kaye Neylon As an SEO agency in Manchester, the beating heart of the digital industry, we’ve heard it dozens of times – Is there an SEO wand to give instant SEO success? And… Read more »

Category: Google and search engines

You Can Now Send and Receive Money via Gmail

Gmail Payments via Google Wallet

Gmail makes history as the first web mail application which gives users the option to send payments to recipients. Written by Kaye Neylon Google Wallet Gets an Upgrade Google has made a string of announcements at its I/O Conference this week, the latest being the advancement in its Google Wallet and an update that no… Read more »

Category: Google and search engines

15% of Google Search Queries Have Never Been Seen by Google Before

Google Search scratches its head 500 million times a day in new figures released by Google. Written by Kaye Neylon An Endless Fountain of Knowledge? Well to put it bluntly, no. Google receives 500 million new search queries every day, these are queries which Google has never searched for before. Hard to believe but the… Read more »

Category: Google and search engines

Google Drive triples your free storage to 15GB

Google has announced its free storage across its services including: Gmail, Google+, and Google Drive is tripping from 5GB to 15GB in 2013. Jungle finds out why! Written by Kaye Neylon The Jump Factor Google’s capacity to store all of your files will jump by thrice that of what it is currently. Google said on… Read more »

Category: Google and search engines

The Benefits of SEO

SEO Benefits

As one of the most hard working and diverse SEO Agency in Manchester, we understand the importance of SEO but do you? Written by Kaye Neylon What is SEO? SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) sits at the heart of any strong digital marketing campaign, relying on social media to organically support its efforts, here we show… Read more »

Category: Google and search engines

4 Reasons Why You Need To Be On Google+

Jungle Google+

Google’s social media offering has undoubted SEO benefits, so here’s 4 reasons why you should you be on Google+ Written by Kaye Neylon 1. Google Plus is the World’s No. 2 Social Network after Facebook Google+ launched in September 2011 and less than two years later, the Facebook-alternative network has flourished to become the No…. Read more »

Category: Google and search engines

The Top Five SEO Mistakes

SEO Mistakes from Matt Cutts

Google’s Matt Cutts shares with us the top five SEO mistakes webmasters make. Written by Kaye Neylon SEO Mistakes 1. Not having a website or having a website that is not crawlable is the biggest mistake he sees. 2. Not including the right words on the page. The example Matt gave is: don’t just write,… Read more »

Category: Google and search engines

How to write marvelous meta descriptions for search

Online Marketing and Mobile Phones

There’s a simple art to writing a meta description. Some have compared it to composing a tweet, with its 156 character limit, but here we show you how it’s done Written by Kaye Neylon Marketing and Search Engine Optimisation meet harmoniously in the middle to create 156 characters of capital that encompasses your brand to… Read more »

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