SEO

  • Content Review: How can you improve your SEO with content?

    Posted 20 Sep 2016 | By Nadine Ishani

    Improve your content with SEO

    As everyone returns from holidays and gets back into the swing of things, we take a quick look at what you can do to improve your SEO with content.

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  • Mobilegeddon 2.0

    Posted 16 Sep 2016 | By Ben Henshall

    Image of hands holding mobile phones

    A quick update on Google's announcements about mobile search results. Do you need to do anything?

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  • Mobilegeddon - the fifth horseman of the apocalypse?

    Posted 10 Apr 2015 | By Brian Healy

    In the world of SEO few things grab the attention quite like a stuffed Inbox or a Twitter feed filled with news about a major Google search algorithm update. Sounds geeky? Bit markety?

    Well maybe but it genuinely touches so many parts of digital which other topics can't and don't reach. As Search Engine Watch says, '... for SEO the world of Hummingbirds, Pandas, and Penguins are akin to the Horsemen of the Apocalypse'.

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  • Helping celebrate 150 years of history, culture and links between Wales and Chubut, Patagonia

    Posted 22 Dec 2014 | By Brian Healy

    Patagonia 150

    2015 will see the 150th anniversary of the establishment of Y Wladfa, the Welsh settlement in Patagonia. Y Wladfa was established in 1865, when 153 people from various parts of Wales sailed on the Mimosa to settle in the Chubut Valley, in Southern Argentina. Organisations in Patagonia and Wales are organising a range of events to mark the anniversary and strengthen the links between the two communities.

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  • Writing for web - some tips and resources

    Posted 30 May 2014 | By Nadine Ishani

    Writing for web doesn't have to be tricky. There are lots of websites out there that can guide you but we thought we'd share own favourite tips. We're going to cover structure, language, formatting links, accessibility and of course give some useful links as further reading.

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  • Google Rich Snippets, schema.org and RDFa

    Posted 7 May 2014 | By michael kent

    Prompted by one of our clients and an article on eConsultancy, I’ve done some digging on where Drupal is at with schema.org.

    Schema.org is a shared markup vocabulary recognised by search engines, to provide a shared collection of schemas that webmasters can use to create On-page markup....

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