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Whether you decide to embark on a pay-per-click (PPC) advertising campaign to add an extra string to your digital marketing bow, or because you want to use it as an alternative keyword research tool in today’s world of keyword (not provided), the ability to plan and manage your campaign holds the key to whether you achieve your objectives.learn more
If you’re crediting other websites with links out from your own, the onus is on you to tell them you’ve done it, otherwise your generosity may never be discovered!learn more
If you're thinking of trying your own hand at a little search engine optimisation, this section of our blog will be able to offer you some quick training to give you an idea of how basic SEO techniques work. Whilst optimising your site on your own will probably not be as fruitful as using a professional SEO company, if you're running a start-up business with a low budget, this is a great place to start.
The Christmas 2015 Whiteboard Friday from Rand Fishkin at Moz looks at how to influence searchers to choose your brand in 2016 and beyond.
The SEO industry suffers from something of a dubious reputation. How can SEO agencies be more transparent in light of this?
What are the key webmaster challenges for 2014, and what will be the key strategies for tackling them?
Ever since April 2012, the word “Penguin” has taken on a completely new meaning for many Internet Marketers and Webmasters. Whilst it was once only a cute black and white bird from Antarctica, or if you’re from the UK, a very tasty chocolate snack (with bad jokes printed on the wrapper), it’s now a highly common phrase or “buzz word” within the Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) world. So, what exactly is this strange thing called the “Google Penguin”?
If you outsource SEO activities, it can be difficult to know who to involve within your own business. This blog will help you to be clear on who needs to know, and what they need to do.
Should you rush your SEO and then take a nap, or does slow and steady really win the race? We look at how SEO relates to a 2,500-year old tale.
Mobile search is set to outnumber desktop by 2015; are your SEO activities set up to take advantage of this opportunity?
At Bough Digital, we understand how important a blog can be to improving the visibility and influence of your website. The old idiom states that you shouldn’t give any advice that you can’t follow yourself, so to avoid the risk of becoming hypocritical, we’ve created our own blog, with the hope of giving you some insight into the SEO industry, its practices and to keep you informed on any news affecting the business
Black hat SEO is defined as techniques or processes that increase your search engine rankings via unethical practices. These techniques are generally considered the “evil” of SEO, and for many years these practioners have provided the search engine optimisation industry with negative reviews time and time again.
Come on, let’s all admit it; at one time or another we have all (unwittingly or otherwise) visited an adult-related website. With industry figures (forbes.com) stating that over 4% of the websites online are adult-related it is hard to miss what is supposed to be a dark corner of the Internet.
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