Andrew Longhurst

googleamp

20 Dec: What Are Google AMP Stories

Accelerated Mobile Pages, is a Google initiative which will be a solution to the most challenging problem of mobile web-speed. Slowness is not only a UX issue but also minimizes the rates of conversion and tampers with accessibility through excluding the users with the slower internet connections. AMP was launched with a focus of allowing publishers to come up with mobile-optimized content once, as well as make it load spontaneously.

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11 Dec: 9 things to consider when looking for website hosting

When shopping for the perfect web hosting for you (not the best website hosting for everybody else), you will be bombarded with terms and features that you will have seldom encountered in your everyday life. From FTP to backup, we will explain to you the jargon used and what to look for when you are in the process of acquiring a new web hosting package.

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28 Nov: Top 10 SEOs myths busted

One of the most difficult things about Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is keeping on top of the constant changes and figuring out what is and isn’t effective at any given time. Because things change so quickly, you often find that what may once have been common practice, could have the complete opposite effect today.

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14 Nov: You are what you (Google) E.A.T

We all want our websites to rank highly on search engine results and we have touched on some of the ways you can achieve this in previous articles. The slight spanner in the works is that the advice is always changing and the goalposts always shifting. However, what it all ever really comes down to is that ‘you are what you EAT’.

keyword-search

15 Oct: Keyword research for beginners

Building a website and putting it out there is just the first step. Doing that and nothing else would be kind of like letting someone loose into a vast jungle with no map, directions or means of communicating. Unless you know their precise location you’ll never find them again, and it’s highly unlikely that anyone else will either.