Image Alt Tags, Could the game be changing?

Image Alt Tags, Could the game be changing?

The face of images search could be changing with Google’s new ┬ámachine-learning system that can automatically produce captions from images found on websites. Up until now it has been incredibly difficult for Google to be able to understand complex images, so...
Image Alt Tags, Could the game be changing?

Our thoughts on Searchmetrics SEO Survival Guide 2014!

Let’s start this blog post with an acknowledgment for Searchmetrics, who painstakingly ┬ácomplete this research to help anyone who wants to gain momentum in Google search. The white paper is awesome and is well worth casting an eye over if you are serious about...
Image Alt Tags, Could the game be changing?

Goodbye Google Authorship

After 3 years of existence, Google Authorship is the next in a very long list of Google products and features that we can wave goodbye to. Google Authorship was born in 2011 as a way of linking authors to their written content online. If an authors content appeared in...
Image Alt Tags, Could the game be changing?

Webmaster Tools – Checking for crawl errors

This is the place where you can see if Google has been unsuccessful in finding pages on your website, if your sitemap shows a vast difference between the number of pages indexed versus the number of pages submitted, this area might highlight the problems you have got....
Image Alt Tags, Could the game be changing?

Webmaster tools – have you got a sitemap?

Let us start at the beginning once you have got your website listed in webmaster tools, the first job is to create a Sitemap of your website. Simply speaking a sitemap is a list of all the pages on your website, it’s important to let the search engines know...
Links To Your Website, Do You Still Need Them?

Links To Your Website, Do You Still Need Them?

A few days ago Matt Cutts released a video with the answer to the question “what happens when one page has two links to the same URL.” Yesterday I was in a client meeting explaining how Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) has changed and how old fashioned...