Are you ready for Google’s Page Experience Update?

Making changes for the Google Page Experience Update

Google is known for its mysterious hints about what we should be doing to achieve its approval. Sure enough, there are pages and pages to help us do the right thing. But they are often difficult to interpret, leaving site owners and SEOs alike scratching their heads. “Listen closely, because your website will be tested later” … Read more

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Are you missing out on Google Web Stories?

Stories on a shelf with a cactus come to the web

Are you aware of Google Web Stories? It’s a format for posting content to the web that many site owners don’t use, and lose out on their readers’ attention. I’d say that’s because there hasn’t been an easy way to publish them. Let’s rewind a bit. Get things in context. Google announced the developer preview … Read more

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What is the single most important thing you can do to your website?

Eyes looking at your website

Many businesses have been looking at their websites recently and wondering what they should be doing to increase their revenue. Of course, revenue follows on from successfully implementing SEO or SEM or Paid Search or Social Media or Content Marketing. Pick and Mix. But few businesses — except the very largest — can do everything. Let … Read more

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How To Make People Care About Your Blog

People engaging with a blog post on a laptop

Eight things you’re doing wrong and seven ways to overcome them I get a lot of people from businesses of all sizes coming to me asking why their website isn’t bringing in business. By the time you finish this piece, you’ll know exactly how make your business blog sing. 1. Easy doesn’t cut the mustard Writing … Read more

Has the January 2020 Google Core update affected your website?

Google changes in January 2020

Weighing in quickly in the new year, Google announced its latest core update last Monday, the 13 January.  Later today, we are releasing a broad core algorithm update, as we do several times per year. It is called the January 2020 Core Update. Our guidance about such updates remains as we’ve covered before. Please see … Read more