Writing a blog/news to support your business is work enough, never mind having to also push it out on Facebook and Google+ (and potentially twitter and LinkedIn). Well, you can make life a little easier by getting your latest blog entry added to your Facebook page automatically using a free system called RSS graffiti. See [...]
If you're writing a blog (and if you can, you ought to be - it will help your Search Engine Optimisation SEO as I've discussed in the past), you might get a little fed up with spam comments. These do NOT help your SEO and give a bad impression to potential customers/blog readers. Spam comments [...]
You might think I'm mad, or obsessed, to be blogging on Christmas Day, but I'm not. That's the beauty of publishing blog posts to appear at a future date. If you can't 'get into blogging' or struggle to think what to write, then make some time, write a whole pile of blog posts and set [...]
Setting up a blog is a great way to add keyword focused content on your site and engaging with potential customers. One of the powerful aspects of blogs is the ability for people to comment on your posts, thereby increasing engagement and potentially building further content (just look at what Amazon's user reviews have done [...]
We've always said that it's good SEO to keep the content on your site updated regularly - it helps your search engine rankings. A recent change to the Google search algorithm, affecting 35% of searches (according to Google), sees it rewarding fresh of content even further. Now, more so than ever, it is important to [...]
Please note that the WebSanity blog has now moved from blog.websanity.co.uk to websanity.co.uk/blog. More details to follow on why I made this change, and why you might like to consider a similar move. Help and advice on SEO in Cambridge, Huntingdon or Peterborough from WebSanity Internet Marketing.
Come the time that you decide that you are going to commit to a blog (a serious step forwards in your SEO strategy), the first step is to choose a domain name for it.Options might include (for example):websanity.blogger.comUsing a subdomain name of the blogging tool provider (in this example blogger.com).blog.websanity.co.ukA special subdomain set aside for [...]
Having done our initial setup on blogger.com's server, we've moved our blog onto our own website - but still using blogger.com to publish the blog.Why did we do that?Well, you have three options as to how you host a blog with Blogger:On Blogger.com's servers.This gives you a web address like websanity-web-design.blogger.com.It's a great way of [...]