Changing Cycling Landscape Cycling has seen a dramatic increase in popularity in the UK since the London Olympics and the success of Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome in Le Tour de France, not to mention Lizzie Armitsead and Laura Trott.
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Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is a powerful component in the digital marketing toolbox. The correct application of SEO is not in doubt for any industry but when it comes to e-commerce, there are a few aspects that can really amplify your efforts.
The age old question that continues to be asked, and recent changes in Google’s algorithm have shown, one that is becoming of increasing importance.
Whichever way you look at it, creating, executing and optimising multilingual and international campaigns on multiple digital marketing channels is not easy.
The phrase “Google it” is now synonymous in most languages where the search engine operates. It’s fair to say that that the phrase is universal and certainly a key part of the English speaking world.
Local SEO is a sometimes forgotten about application in the larger SEO mix. However since the Pigeon algorithm update last year, local SEO has evolved. Digital Clarity have put together a short presentation on all you need to know about local SEO.
At the beginning of the month Google rolled out an update to the amount of local listings we see in a Google search. The once 7 strong is now down to 3, a disaster for some SEO-ers.
Old links, panda 4.2, fluctuating keyword rank, disavow links, spam, on-site/off-site!