SEO for start-ups
Google has introduced Google Shopping to its Australian site. So how does this impact your business' SEO? BY WAI HONG FONG.
As you’re crafting your SEO plan, it’s vital to conduct research on what keywords are relevant to the market you’re targeting.
Links, as I’ve explained previously, are vital for your business’ SEO. This week, I’ll be examining another key component of links: the nofollow tag.
To boost your business' ranking in Google, you should just go ahead and start building links, right? Not quite.
Once you've nailed some of the basic SEO tips you can do for your business, it's time to start working on one of the most important aspects of search optimisation: link building.
Completing a quick site audit of your website is paramount to making sure your content is being indexed by Google properly.
The Meta Keywords tag has been ignored by Google for years. There has been little evidence to show that they have any effect at all on any search engine rankings.
Search engine optimisation is fantastic when you know what you're doing. But what does Google actually have in its memory of your website?
While meta descriptions do not affect your rankings, they do have a very important part to play in the SEO process.
Today we'll be looking at ensuring that the content on your website is written for the user, while keeping the search engines in mind.