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Setting up a good quality Google Places listing is THE first thing a local business should do to market themselves locally online. People click on Google Places listings over and above the natural listings because the business address and customers reviews are shown, and people like to buy from highly regarded local firms. This post explains how to set up a good quality Google Places listing that will fly for your business. First Steps t

Restaurant SEO can bring traffic to your restaurant website and revenue to your restaurant. See how you can take advantage of restaurant SEO.

Get a good blog going and the visitors will arrive in droves. A regular well written blog is one of the best ways to get people coming to your website; it will help people find you on the web which will ultimately earn your business more money! We recommend that all our local business clients write a regular blog, and the great thing is you can do it yourself. 1. Make Time, Start Early A mistake made over and over is that people just don’t make

Shakespeare often uses puns in all of his plays. In the dream it shows how love can change in a second. Shakespeare finds something that happens to humans or in Greek Mythology and he plays off it to make the play a comedy.

This is post is aimed at the small business who is looking for the first time to optimise a website and does not know the first steps. The following really lays out what would normally fall under the banner of an SEO Overhaul. Once the SEO overhaul has been completed you would not expect this work to be needed again for the website for at least a year to eighteen months. Search engine optimisation is the process of getting website found on search

An SEO overhaul is crucial to ensure website optimisation

Having officially been in the been in the SEO industry for a relatively short period of time, it still staggers me how the UK SEO industry still seems to turn its nose up at SEO for small business. SEO conference after SEO conference runs through all sorts of great stuff about building great content, relationships and links, but with strategies that take serious amount of time and investment, which for the small business are just out of reach!

Having been in the been in the SEO industry for 18 short months it still staggers me how the UK SEO industry still seems to turn its nose up at SME's.

This post is a brief introduction to Blogs for the Small Business Owner. A blog is a very good way to publicise your web-site, but like any marketing activity you will get out of it what you put in. A half-hearted blog post every 3 months will basically just be a waste of time, but well written, interesting and regular blog posts can add a great amount of value to your site and ultimately drive you more visitors, leads and business. What is a blo

This post is a brief introduction to Blogs for the Small Business Owner. A blog is a very good way to publicise your web-site, but like any marketing activity you will get out of it what you put in. A half-hearted blog post every 3 months will basically just be a waste of time, but well written, interesting and regular blog posts can add a great amount of value to your site and ultimately drive you more visitors, leads and business. What is a blo

A look at the data at the end of 2014 is sure confirmation that as a business it is vital for a business to operate through Social Media. Though data for the UK may be scarce and hard to find; information on the activities of our American cousins is bountiful and shows a world wide trend. Image From Flickr by gavinllewellyn

Social bookmarking and social networking sites may seem synonymous to people who don't understand the two search engine optimization (SEO) methods,.

This post is a very brief and beginner focused summary of the first social media services I set up for small businesses; by the end of this post you will know which are the primary services to set up as a small business with some tips on how to best do this. Why use social media? Social media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn etc.) are tools that should be used by the majority of small businesses. From personal experience I know that one of the primar

The first social media services I set up for small businesses

This is a very quick tutorial on how to set up a new Google account, this is really easy and should take 10 minutes at the most. To be able to have access to the whole raft of services you need a Google account, services may include: Gmail, AdWords, Google Docs, Places, Analytics, Webmaster Tools to name but a few. So to set up a Google Account just follow the following steps: Go to www.google.co.uk Click Sign In in the top right hand side Then c

This is a very quick tutorial on how to set up a new Google account, this is really easy and should take 10 minutes at the most. To be able to have access to the whole raft of services you need a Google account, services may include: Gmail, AdWords, Google Docs, Places, Analytics, Webmaster Tools to name but a few. So to set up a Google Account just follow the following steps: Go to www.google.co.uk Click Sign In in the top right hand side Then c