Updates improve functionality and user experience, so they’re good news for everyone… right? Well, not everyone. When iOS 11 is released in September, Safari will get an update alongside its operating system. … So, What’s the Issue?
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While migrating your website is an exciting transition, it can also be a little bit picky too. With so many variables to consider it can be more than a little bit stressful when attempting to secure a smooth transition.
Have a huge site map, added a load of new products or categories, or simply think there may have been conflicting SEO efforts made during an agency handover? Then you’ll want to read this.
So, I recently blogged about keyword cannibalisation. I defined what it actually is and why it matters to digital marketers. You can read the post here. But now you recognise and understand the issue, how do you fix it?
On Friday 23rd September 2016, Google announced it was rolling out its latest Penguin algorithm update across the world in a bid to stop sites spamming search rankings. You can read the release here. But after hearing the news we have questions. So, we did a little research and here’s what we found.
Time and time again I see brands making a hash of their local SEO – and missing out on valuable custom. But local SEO needn’t be a headache. Here are my seven simple steps to fixing up your local search visibility:
The Kardashian family are like marmite: you either love them or hate them. The Liberty office is divided; some of our staff are obsessed with the bootylicious reality stars and their glamorous celebrity lifestyles, the other half can’t stand them, purely for the fact they’re famous for being famous. One thing we can agree on, … Continued
Ever wondered how Google rates a webpage or site domain? Well, we’ll let you in on a secret: Google has recently released a full version of its Search Quality Raters for the first time! And we have the full scoop here:
Not enough money is being spent on digital marketing – that’s the long and short of it. According to Marin Software’s second annual Digital Marketing Managers’ Census, 49% of all UK adult media consumption is via digital channels; however, only 46% of UK ad spend is utilised for digital.
In the spirit of Halloween, we’re on a mission to eliminate marketing’s biggest behemoths. Because as much as the industry can be innovative and exciting, there are a few good-for-nothing toerags that let the side down. Let’s expose these pesky monsters once and for all: