When you are creating quality content on a regular basis but you’re just not ranking it can be really frustrating, especially when you have no idea why. However, it could be that you’ve been caught by the pitfalls of some common SEO mistakes.
Technical SEO might encroach into developer territory, but it’s a skill that is very useful to have if you want to optimise your website, without the need to get developers involved. Here are 4 backend SEO actions worth doing to your website. If you can’t execute them yourself, then you can at least be aware of what to ask for, if you get help.
Organic search engine optimization (organic SEO) is a technique used to obtain a higher ranking on a search engine results page like Google. However, improving ranks naturally is hard with various rules to abide by from search algorithms. Here we give some advice on how to make your SEO work and grow organically.
Search engine optimisation is a fundamental part of your digital marketing activity. It’s the means by which your website is ranked by search engines such as Google, for people searching for your products and services. But how exactly does SEO and Google work? Here’s a quick-fire synopsis.
SEO made Simple with these 3 Activities If you’re in charge of your company’s SEO, then you will no doubt want to know how you can execute a successful SEO strategy. There is an abundance of how to guides out there, but these can be overwhelming to the beginner and time-consuming to implement. We’ve simplified SEO […]
[Infographic] When looking at strategies to help you rank better in Google in 2018 there are many things to consider, one of the most important being page title tags, arguably one of the most important elements of SEO. Here are Whitefish Marketing we have devised a checklist to help make your optimisation easier.
You only get one chance to make a first impression, and in the online world it’s pretty cut-throat. Users take a split second to decide if they like your website, based on content relevance, layout, colour and trust. Furthermore, the average user also only reads 20% of your webpage, so instantly engaging a user is a tough gig!