Do You Really Need A Google My Business Page?

If you have a physical location for your business, that customers are able to visit during specific hours of the day or night, then a Google My Business page is essential for your business.

How to Respond to Positive and Negative Reviews on Google and Facebook

Grab your pick-axe and let’s dig into how you should respond to Google and Facebook reviews to create the best results for your business.

Optimise Your Google Maps Listing in Google My Business

Optimise your Google Maps Listing in Google My Business to have a greater chance of being found by people who are using Google to discover local products.

6 SEO Tools For Marketing Newbies

There are many SEO tools you can use to help understand, analyse and implement your SEO strategy. Here are our top 6 tools you should be using >>

Getting started with Canonical URL

Canonical URL lets you use link tags to let Google understand your duplicate without reducing your rankings. In this post we will show you how to do it.

What is duplicate content?

Duplicate content and copied content are things we need to be aware to help with rankings. We explain everything you need to know about duplicate content. 

Google Plus for Business: How to Put the Platform to Work For Your Brand

While Google Plus was once touted to be the next Facebook rival, it has long since become a platform that just doesn’t seem to engage users. But that doesn’t mean you should ignore Google Plus for Business when it comes to your building your brand and your business.

What Google search trends tell us about 2017 (we like making slime, mostly)

The year’s top trending search results reveal our Bitcoin regrets, our unpatriotic taste in recipes – and more than anything our obsession with home-made slime

How To Google Like A Boss: 9 Syntax Tips For Your Next Google Search

If you want to Google like a boss, here are 9 syntax tips for your next Google search.

3 Ways You Can Use Google Search To Find Keywords

Using Google search can help you get started on keyword research without spending a single cent. Here are 3 ways you can use Google search to find keywords.

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