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SEO tips for small businesses and medium enterprises

As a web agency, SEO is part and parcel of our job. We’re not at the level of global leaders, such as Neil Patel’s NP Digital – but we’re constantly improving. In the first half of 2022 alone, we’ve managed to more than triple our organic traffic and generate 15x more impressions on Google. Our team shares how we did it in several articles on our blog, which you can find below.

How to measure SEO performance without paid tools

You don’t need specialist tools to measure SEO. That’s how we started. Our organic traffic went from zero to a few hundred visits per month. Back then, we only used Google Search Console and Google Analytics. It’s the perfect combination for internal teams who need quick access to baseline data. Here’s how to use them right.

How to write home page content

Home page visitors are new to your business. The only purpose of your Home page content is to expedite your relationship with them. We’ll cover how to write to match the user intent, break down your copy into sections, make it concise and readable, and how to write CTAs that people click.

The importance of readability and what is a good website readability score

Readability is a key challenge for every copywriter. It’s shapes the way you tell your story and gets your target audience engaged. However, not everyone is aware just how important readability is, or how to improve it. In this article, we will explore why you need to improve your readability score and which tools you can use to test & improve.

How internal links affect SEO and conversions

SEO has changed over the years. Keyword-stuffing was replaced by a user-first approach focusing on content quality and page speed. Alternative tags of images now serve their purpose – accessibility, rather than a place to hide keywords. But one thing hasn’t changed, and that’s links. Backlinks are constantly one of the top ranking factors for Google but enshadowed by them is internal linking. And while internal links carry less weight than backlinks, it’s one of the few SEO aspects that you can really control.

Google search statistics crucial for your digital marketing

Digital marketing is essential if you want your business to thrive in the modern world. Google is at the heart of many marketing campaigns but the search giant rarely shares the behavioural data about its visitors. Whether you can access such data could make or break your next PPC or SEO campaign. Thanks to the efforts of Moz and Jumpshot, we can shed more light on the Google search trends.

4 local SEO tips for small business

Small businesses with brick-and-mortar stores are not utilising local SEO to its full potential. According to WordStream, 72% of consumers who did a local search visited a store within five miles. If you’re operating offline and at a local level, our four local SEO tips are an easy and cost-effective way to improve your online presence in your area.


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