With no keyword research, there would be no O in SEO. How can we optimise our website if we don't know what we're optimising for?
Let's define a couple of things here. Traffic is the number of visitors your website receives. Search volume is the number of people which search for a given keyword.
I thought I'd have a go at making a funny video of Matt Cutts. For those of you that don't know, Matt is a Google engineer, and is currently head of the Google Webspam team.
Look what I spotted the other day, high up on my shelf. Stuck between Borat and Hancock - an old backup DVD of my affiliate marketing websites from 2007.
I thought sharing some of these ancient websites on here might make for a good post. read more
However, how do we use this data to generate decent predictions on how much traffic we might receive at different ranking positions? read more
I'd just like to thank my mum, my dad, all my friends, God...? No, but seriously. Wow.
Each week, Lord Sugar sets a business task, and the most stupid candidate gets fired. read more
My girlfriend was moaning (as usual) about her job the other day. She works in a customer-facing role and sometimes really doesn't want to get out of bed.
We've all had that feeling right? But because I'm such a nice boyfriend, I decided to try and do something about it (plus it meant I might get some peace and quiet). read more
When it comes to blogs, the majority of online writers don't actually know much about promoting them. And, after all the research and hard work that's gone into the content, it seems such a terrible waste (violins at the ready). read more
Over the festive period, besides stuffing my face and getting fat, I've been busy looking for potential investment opportunities.