Guide To Mobile Optimisation In 2015

Mobile marketing is no longer a luxury. The proliferation of mobile devices that not only include smartphones and mobile handsets but also tablets, and even smartwatches, means that the savvy website owner will pay virtually as much attention to mobile traffic as to traffic from traditional desktop and laptop devices. What’s more, with the announcement... Continue reading →

How To Get Your Site Into Google News

A Guide To Google News Inclusion Google News offers a lot of potential to the website owner that publishes regular, high quality, journalistic quality news articles. It has become one of the biggest sources of this type of content in the world, although it does have strict requirements that must be met if you want... Continue reading →

Content Inspiration – Question And Answer Sites

Discussion Sites To Help Drive Content Inspiration You’ve finished checking your Twitter timeline, reading Google News, and perusing competitor sites, but are still struggling to find content inspiration for a new blog post – where else can you look? Question and answer sites can provide you with a list of the most commonly asked questions,... Continue reading →

How Can You Use Aged Domains For SEO?

Aged Domains, PBNs, Feeder Sites, And 301 Redirects If you’ve spent any time on SEO or web marketing sites, you will have undoubtedly come across pages and posts telling of the benefits of using aged domains. Apparently, all the most successful affiliate marketers and niche marketers are doing it, so how can you join in... Continue reading →

A Guide To Native Advertising [Slideshow]

Native advertising is one of the biggest Internet marketing related buzzwords online. There are those that decry it as being evil, but there are many that are praising its benefits, and especially the massive amount of exposure that it can give a brand, a product, a person, a website, or a business. As well as... Continue reading →

Content Inspiration – Google News

Using Google News And Google Alerts To Spark Content Ideas Whatever you think of their privacy rules, the right to be forgotten, or the latest Panda update, Google is a massive repository of information. Scouring Google for data no longer means that you are restrained to viewing pages and pages of text. Instead, you can... Continue reading →