Archive for February, 2010

If you have been running and updating your website consistently for a couple of years, it’s likely that you’ve secured some reasonable traffic from the search engines and obtained a decent Google page rank. An important thing to remember is that just because you’ve got traffic, it doesn’t mean that it will increase or even [...]

In addition to optimising ‘normal’ web pages, it is also important to optimise other page types. For example, lots of sites include documents such as Word documents (.doc) Adobe PDF documents (.pdf), Spreadsheets (.xls), Video (.avi or .mpeg) etc.  If these are also optimised, your overall SEO optimization can be improved or speeded up. Pages [...]

11 Feb, 2010

Local community websites designed

Posted by: drobs In: Web Design

We have created a new community website for an area of Reading, Berkshire called Caversham.  Please get in touch if you would like a similar local community website.

  An important wat to get your website ranked high on Google using your specific keywords is to get “one way links” from high Google PR sites that are relevant to yours.  Google interprets the one way link as a positive “vote” for your site for that keyword.  It is important to create a variety of [...]

Blog visitors are just as likely to find a particular article based on an image as they are the articles themselves. Images don’t just add to a site’s appearance, they can also provide additional elements for SEO. Blog owners should name all images using keywords. This is demonstrated on the blog website  for Caversham and [...]

Search engines are probably the most important tool for internet marketing so you need to know how they work to successfully SEO and bring the all important traffic to your website. How do they work? Every search engine works slightly differently, but they have a basic structure in common. They maintain a large amount of [...]

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