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SEO Interview – Marcus Taylor

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If you haven’t been following any interviews so far, they are designed to show off some of the young SEO talent we have in the UK.  So far we’ve interviewed Paul Rogers, Anna Lewis, Illiya Vjestica, Peter Unitt and Daniel Bianchini. Next up in my series of interviews with young UK SEOs is another SEOptimise


SEO Interview – Daniel Bianchini

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Following on from my previous interviews with young SEOs, today we have Daniel Bianchini. Daniel is an experienced Search Marketer currently working on a number of SEO projects for clients including Trafalgar, SnowdropKCS and M&G. As well as working for SEOptimise, Daniel is co-founder of an Oxford based online marketing group called OxonDigital. Tell us


SEO Interview – Peter Unitt

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Here we have another post in our series of young SEO interviews.  If you haven’t seen them yet, check out previous ones with Paul Rogers, Anna Lewis and Illiya Vjestica.  The idea being to get insight into the minds of young UK SEOs and see what they think about the industry and the future of


SEO Interview – Illiya Vjestica

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Next up in this series of SEO interviews is Illiya Vjestica.  I’m cheating a little here at Illiya probably wouldn’t describe himself as an SEO, which is why I asked him to take part in these interviews – its always great to get different perspectives on the industry. Illiya Vjestica is MD at Smartdog Digital an Online


a4uexpo Bavarian Beer and Sausage on stand 50

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So we all know whats going on here, we’re all taking part in a competition to rank for a4uexpo Bavarian Beer and Sausage on stand 50 on Google.  But what I’m going to do is tell you why you should go to A4U and maybe why you should go to SEO conferences in general. There


SEO Interview – Anna Lewis

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Following on from last weeks young SEO interview with Paul Rogers, today we have Anna Lewis talking to us about SEO.  I first met Anna at Brighton SEO back in the day when it was just 30 people on the top floor of a pub.  Suffice to say, Kelvin has made it a bit bigger


SEO Interview – Paul Rogers

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This post is part of a series of posts which were partly inspired by the Young SEO of 2011 vote run by Dan Taylor on Search Bloggers.  I’d been thinking of doing some interview style posts for a while and this gave me the idea for an angle. Basically I’m looking to get some insights


Google Testing Number of Products in Search Snippets

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Google are testing so much right now, I may have just missed this and it may have been out a while.  But I’ve just noticed them pulling out the number of products on a page and displaying that number in the search snippet.  Here is an example from a search I did for “air con


Why You Can’t Use PageRank as a Metric in an SEO Test

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I’ve been meaning to write this post for a while now and I’m sure the title will grab the attention of any remaining PageRank lovers out there.  This post isn’t intended to provoke a reaction from anyone (although I’d love to hear your opinions), this post is meant to save people time on worrying about


Only First Link on a Page Passes Anchor Text? A Small Test

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There have been numerous experiments to see whether or not two links on the same page to the same URL, both pass anchor text value to the linked to page.  In the true spirit of an SEO, I wanted to test this myself. If you work in SEO, I’d highly encourage you to do your