Help people find your website

Increasing awareness of your website over the internet will boost your reputation and the number of visitors to your website.

This form of website SEO is called Off Site Optimisation. That is, work done outside the website to improve its performance.

These articles are related to website promotion practices to do just that.

Links to your website

Link building is one of the core SEO activities. A websites authority, reputation and ultimately ranking with search engines, is tied in with the number of quality incoming links (backlinks) it has. Link building also provides new avenues that visitors can use to find your website.

Find out how to get started and then manage a structured link building campaign.

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Slides and extra notes from a presentation I made to local SEOs in Adelaide on the 14th of August at the Maid and Magpie.

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A Testimonial Quote

Find out what my satisfied clients think of the services I offer, and how I work.

Why don't you promote your business by encouraging your clients to write testimonials about your services!

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When Yahoo announced it was going to discontinue their Yahoo Site Explorer at the end of 2011 there was a big panic in the SEO world. Where would all these SEOs get their data for those monthly reports!

I looked into the most popular backlink explorer tools to see which find the most backlinks and have the most valid index. Public, Private & Paid.

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Google Search Console (Google Webmaster Tools)

An invaluable resource from Google, that indicates how well your website is performing.

More importantly, it will tell you if Google has issues with your website!

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Make it easy for people to contact you and find your services by creating a great email signature. Here are some tips and ideas.

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Knowing your market can give you a strong competitive advantage.

KeyWord research is about finding out what people are looking for on the internet. Using this knowledge, you can find market areas that you can compete in (niches) and then target them.

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