How to Improve Your Automotive SEO: 3 Simple Steps, Based on Experience

By: Tom Caulton on March 22, 2018

There are many ways that you can improve your automotive SEO. However, you must be willing to put in the work and find where your current automotive SEO is letting you down. You don’t just rebuild a broken engine with a random part, you identify what needs replacing in order to get that engine performing. If

How Tesco Can Improve Their Traffic, Content and Sales

By: Tom Caulton on April 13, 2017

One of the UK’s leading grocery and general merchandise retailers are missing out on huge traffic and sales. Yes, you read that right. Even some of the largest brands in the UK can improve their traffic, content, and even conversions. How do you ask? Simple, by improving their content marketing to attract more customers and

How Important Are Customer Reviews For Local SEO?

By: Danny Watkinson on June 24, 2016

Drive traffic to your website with customer reviews. In this post, we will show you just how important customer reviews can be in a successful local SEO campaign. Reviews of products and services have always played a vital part in how people behave when they spend their money. It doesn’t matter if it’s a review

Post Panda Perils – HUGE Google Update Issue

By: Olly on May 12, 2015

We were recently contacted by a client of ours, as a few months after his new website was launched he arrived into work one morning to find an empty inbox where there would normally be 20-50 enquiries. Panic! The first thing he did was check Google UK to see if he was still at the top for

Google Release Related Search Toolbar

By: Danny Watkinson on August 17, 2011

Search engine giant Google have officially released a browser plugin entitled ‘Google Related’ which provides users with results related to what they are already viewing. Once installed, a bar will appear at the bottom of your screen, and in this bar, pages which are related to  what you are already viewing will appear in there

Google Testing ‘Cleaner’ Layout

By: Danny Watkinson on August 4, 2011

Search engine giant Google are reportedly testing a new layout for their results pages which has been described as ‘cleaner’ and ‘fresh’. Pictures circulating around the internet show that the new layout will feature just one single column, the current search filter sidebars will now be at the top of the results – presumably following you down