Are you a tab freak?

There are two types of internet users, those who know how to use bookmarks and there are tab freaks. Tab freak cannot close a good tab, a tab that contains a precious but of information which tab freak may need …

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Website Speed Optimisation Best Practices

Website speed has moved up a few notches as a ranking factor in the past year. We all know its importance both for users and search engines. But still many websites are lacking in speed and have very slow loading …

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Will boilerplate text get my site penalised?

With the Panda updates of 2011 sending webmasters into a flurry to adjust their content to be ultra unique, there’s some questions being raised about legitimate instances where you have to repeat certain bits of text across all or some …

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SEO Predictions and Advice for 2012

Another year will soon pass us by, a year full of updates, going from the over-exhausted Panda to Mint update, secure search and of course Google+. A busy year for search engines and SEOs all around, but that is what …

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Do Small Sites Need Sitemaps?

A Sitemaps main purpose is to help robots find pages of a site that might not be able to be found otherwise. Having a Sitemap would make sense if you have a site with high volumes of pages, bad structure …

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How long should a blog post be?

So….you have a website, you sell a product or a service, people are coming to your site, but you have been told that you need more ‘fresh content’ to rank better and more to the point, to keep them coming …

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Downloading Search Query Data

After many years of demand by the SEO and webmaster community, Google has finally given us an API option to download search query data from Google Webmaster Tools.…

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