Posts in the Search Engines category
06 January 2006 by
One of the best methods (we think) for getting to the top of Google is to write good website content on a frequent basis (let’s say, update your website once a week). Does Google reward websites that are well-written with good punctuation and no spelling errors? Does Google have a spellcheck?
16 December 2005 by
17 November 2005 by
It’s often difficult to measure the success of any website search engine optimisation. Whilst you can implement conversion tracking tools for ecommerce websites and for search engine Ad campaigns, this is not always applicable for brochure-type websites.
08 September 2005 by
We were asked to look at a couple of websites recently and offer some advice about Google/search engine rankings. The websites were not being listed by Google despite the fact that the type of business was not particularly over-represented in the listings. Should be easy, right?
30 August 2005 by
Google Sitemaps is an interesting idea that is currently being Beta tested by Google. Well, actually anyone with an account can participate. As a web designer or webmaster, do you need to use it?
18 July 2005 by
Google uses a method called PageRank (PR) to decide how important a website is – but just how important is this? We would say that it is becoming less important…
27 April 2005 by
We often get asked about search engine optimisation for existing ecommerce websites. Unfortunately, there is often no easy answer to this because search-engine friendly features need to be built into…
10 November 2004 by
We have had a few clients ask us about Google AdWords because this can be an effective way of appearing near the top of Google listings (particularly for competitive keyword terms).
26 August 2004 by
There is no ‘top secret’ to search engine optimisation of a website. Your website needs to have good content and it needs to have clean search engine-friendly code to ensure that the most important keywords are presented to search engines as efficiently as possible…