Website Launch and Migration Guide

Introduction Whether you are launching a brand-new website or migrating to another platform (and/or domain), these projects can end up very stressful and often ridden with mistakes. As a result, you may have to resolve these issues either just before site launch, causing delays, or after site launch. However, like any big complicated project, if…
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Google SERP Changes in May 2016: Rich Cards

Google SERP Changes in May 2016: Rich Cards

Google announced on Tuesday May 17th that it is introducing Rich Cards to the Google.com SERPs, initially only for mobile results and for two content categories; recipes and movies. Rich Cards takes the current Rich Snippets feature further, using your marked up content (with Schema) to display a lot more information about the content on…
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Map Analytics session data to list of crawled URLs

Map Analytics session data to list of crawled URLs

If you want to determine how effective/valuable each URL is on your website in terms of SEO authority, quality of content and conversion opportunity, this guide can help you gather the data you need, which can act as a nice supporting document for an overall content audit document. In this guide I specifically look at how to map Analytics…
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Cannibal content – Is your website eating itself?

You may or may not have heard the term ‘Cannibal Content’ or ‘Cannibalisation’ before. ‘Cannibal Content’ refers to when your website is essentially fighting itself with pages optimising for the same phrases, whether deliberately or by accident. This confuses Google and may be the reason for your poor rankings. We’ve outlined a brief guide on…
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