2nd February 2021 - Reading Time: 5 minutes
Google Analytics data has been hit by a massive spike in spam traffic in the past few days. Find out how to (try and) block such traffic moving forward.
28th January 2021 - Reading Time: 14 minutes
If key pages on your site, or indeed your whole site, are not showing up in search, you may have technical issues preventing search engines crawling and indexing your site.
21st January 2021 - Reading Time: 3 minutes
Find out the most popular links and/or banners on your home page with this easy to implement event tracking.
4th May 2020 - Reading Time: 3 minutes
Following a recent audit, a client optimised their site in relation to their use of schema mark up, and saw an immediate growth in organic visibility and traffic.
25th March 2020 - Reading Time: 7 minutes
An analysis of recent organic performance across some of my client websites gives some interesting insights into how the Corona Virus is impacting everyday search trends
14th November 2019 - Reading Time: 2 minutes
I recently did my first public speaking gig at MancSEO, a quarterly meet up for North West based SEO and digital folk
13th October 2019 - Reading Time: 4 minutes
Some websites are configured in a way that serves duplicate content and meta data which you cannot change via the CMS, such as AJAX generated content on hashbang URLs. However, Google Tag Manager allows you to amend these so the changes will get indexed.
12th August 2019 - Reading Time: 4 minutes
Track downloads of PDFs (and any other file type) on your site with ease using Google Tag Manager variables, tags and triggers.
18th July 2019 - Reading Time: 5 minutes
Technical SEO changes can often be difficult to implement without developer support. Use Google Tag Manager to add code such as robots meta tags to a website with ease.
11th July 2019 - Reading Time: 4 minutes
Of all the structured data mark-up code that can be applied to a website, one which can have the biggest impact is breadcrumb trail schema. Find out why and how to implement it across your site.