New webinar featuring Dixon Jones, Marketing Director of Majestic, Tim Soulo Head of Marketing at Ahrefs, Rand Fishkin of Moz and Eric Enge.
Auctioneer Beats. This is why I love the internet. So it seems this is now a thing: The recipe: Step 1: Taking two seemingly unconnected things: Livestock Auctioneer & Dope Ass Beats Step 2: Fuse them together to create something new and entertaining. Step 3: Smash it. Auctioneer Beats also got on the news
1. PRE-MIGRATION SEO GUIDE Planning and executing a successful site migration can be a stressful experience to say the least. The bigger the site, the larger the risk that something can go wrong. If your website is an e-commerce site, then the effects of a poor site migration can be catastrophic for your business. Unfortunately […]
The persuasive power of creative content can really come into its own when it relates to something that is topical. We have seen this with the Donald Trump “Don’t” billboard, Trumpdonald.org and well, basically anything Donald Trump! Brexit or ‘Bremain’? Nothing of course can get any more topical (in the UK) at the moment than The […]
Why you need to exclude your Office IP address from Google Analytics Removing Google Analytics hits from your office or any other internal IP addresses is crucial to understanding to the true nature of the visitors to your website. Not excluding visits from your IP address can result in skewed, inaccurate data that will include […]
This is a unique content piece from what seems like a unique digital creative agency: Resn. These are the guys behind McWhopper, the campaign that was launched on world peace day, which I covered a while back here. “Resn is a creative agency with a digital obsession. Our singular vision is to infect minds with gooey […]
What is Robots.txt? The robots exclusion protocol, or robots.txt is a text file that you can use to instruct search engine bots on how to crawl and index pages on your website. Where is the Robots.txt File Located on my website? The robots.txt file is normally located at the root of your site: http://www.yoursite.com/robots.txt/ The robots.txt file indicates to […]