Interesting post on SearchEngineWatch yesterday, which got me thinking.
Dave Davis writes an insightful post about Email marketing and SEO, in view of a patent Google has around ‘Email spam and junk mail as a vendor reliability signal’. (more…)
With the advent of SEO, forum marketing fell out of favour, as more web masters looked at short cuts for getting inbound links. Buying links or doing guest blog posts seems to have been the key areas where people have focused their attention to get inbound links.
Your overall rankings in the search engines are influenced by who’s connected to you in your circle of influence i.e. – twitter, blogs, links, comments etc…
What do I mean by this?
Last week I was preparing a presentation for the Leeds Business Network and I asked my husband to do a few searches. He searched for ‘What is online credibility’ in Google and I appeared in the top 10 (see screen shot). When I searched in Google when I wasn’t logged in and on a different IP, I didn’t come up at all. (more…)
Todays’ guest blog post is by
Wendy Chamier who is a web consultant who focuses on your website success and emarketing.
I came across an article today on E-Consultancy, Lifting Google Rank using social conversations which confirms this is the route which Google is going.
A year ago I wrote a blog post about how customer comments would influence your search engine listings. Ahead of my time I hear you say (comes with being in the industry for 12 years!) (more…)
Your online credibility is an increasingly important way of showcasing your specialised knowledge and expertise which will build your online credibility. As more people engage with the social web differentiating yourself become imperative
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