This one has been my first BrightonSEO conference. I have been impressed with the quality of the content they’ve offered. There have been real takeaways from the majority of the tracks and proper actual tactical advice. I’d say this conference has nothing to envy and in some ways outstrips some of the larger London conferences,… Read more about Best four sessions at Brighton SEO
In May this year I attended Ungagged. I got totally blown out with the experience! So I am writing this blog post to tell you that, if you are tired of the usual half-told stories at conventional marketing conferences, UnGagged, the SEO UnConvention may be for you. UnGagged is a reinvented conference that used to be run… Read more about Ungagged, the conference not to be missed
What are the search engine ranking factors that have high rank correlations with organic search results ? The answer is not straightforward and the search engines are not going to let us peek into their algorithms. The short story is : great content, accessible sites leading to great architecture and many natural backlinks. But those… Read more about Searchmetrics’ Search engine ranking factors 2014 is out and rocks!
Last month, at the International Search Summit conference in London, a Googler Gary Illyes, who was presenting the controversial topic of website geotargetting and Hreflang, revealed an interesting piece of information: Googlebot is now crawling the web out of three different geographical locations: Mountain view: Most SEOs know that this is the ‘defacto’ starting point… Read more about Googlebot now crawls the web from Korea and Russia too
In the course of the last year or so, I have been discussing the topic of digital marketing resources and learning platforms at different levels with several friends and peers. It seems that pretty much most marketers tend to use similar online resources. I am listing in this post the ones I use the most… Read more about Online marketing resources for inhouse marketers
It is at least three years that I have been following the work done by Conversion Rate Experts, a UK agency that specialises in helping organisations increase sales or any other form or visitor conversion via specific converion rate technicques. Less than two years ago, they helped the guys at SEOMoz achieve a 170% increase… Read more about Improve conversion rate with the cre methodology
Image by © Radu Razvan You may wonder sometimes what corporate SEO is all about and what makes it different to forms of SEO. You relate it to enterprise SEO as a concept but would like to have a fairer idea as to what it actually entails. So I am going to explain what corporate… Read more about What is corporate SEO?
I have attended ‘Congreso SEO Profesional’ a couple of times (in Valencia and Madrid). The event is organised by ‘Marketing Online Valencia’, an agency that takes pride in using analytics at the heart of their online marketing strategies. This SEO conference outstands from most of the mainstream conferences in Spain in that it is a… Read more about Congreso SEO Profesional
Last year I attended Le Web Conference in Paris for first time. This conference rocks! It is the largest European conference in the web marketplace. There is a place in there for a diverse range of audiences: inhouse marketers looking to keep abreast of Internet developments, digital marketers looking to learn new things and meet… Read more about Leweb 2011 Paris is nearly here
Matt Cutt is back on track with a new set of instructional ‘technical SEO’ videos, with whiteboard and all, Rand Fishkin’s style. I found this video (embedded below) particularly helpful as it covers a question that most in-house enterprise SEOs dealing with large enterprise-level websites may have asked themselves at some point in their jobs:… Read more about Matt Cutts says ok to chain some 301 redirects together