SEO work for Judy Knight Garden Design

Delighted to be teamed up with an old colleague from Gold Circle and Strategic Business Development days, John Knight. John spends at least some of his time providing project management for his wife Judy’s garden design service.  Judy, her son Adam and John comprise an expert team to take care of garden design and landscaping […]

Cooper & Co architects heading up the Somerset rankings

Initial SEO work for Cooper & Co. the Somerset Architects is having an impact. With a little tweaking the Cooper & Co. website has reached page 1 of Google for the search term “Somerset architect”. The company is actually based near the small market town of Somerton, which means that the practice is a local […]

Barrusclet search engine optimisation underway

Ensuring beautiful Barrusclet can be found Just amended meta page titles and descriptions across the Fabulous France website site.  This to ensure that people can find the property, a superb converted farmhouse to rent in the south west of France. So for instance The Pool page (which talks about the 12×6 metre roman style swimming […]

Beware SEO hucksters. Page 1 in Google…using Pay Per Click

A number of clients have highlighted a new twist in the world of SEO snake oil salesmen. The promise is a miracle way to get high listings in Google rankings.  Now that isn’t anything you haven’t heard before.  What’s different is they don’t tell you that they’ll achieve this using Pay-Per-Click advertising like Google AdWords. Now I […]

Need to develop your list of keywords?

It can be quite difficult at first to work out what keyword people will use to find you or your products and services.  It’s partly about getting a customer or prospects perspective and partly about knowing where to look. One thing I can guarantee is that people will use different words and phrases to what […]

Use Google Analytics to help SEO

In a recently article for the National B2B Centre (Google Analytics – First Time Through) I highlighted the top 5 or 6 reports I look at when reviewing Analytics for people. If I was trying to prioritise that list then in fact I would choose the keywords report as number 1, especially for clients who […]

Lewis Smith & Co. Website Success

The new Lewis Smith & Co. website is beginning to go up through the rankings quite nicely. Lewis Smith & Co. is a Dudley-based accountancy firm that provides services around the Black Country. I was delighted to get a call from Andrew Smith yesterday to say that they had got their first client, based in […]

Analytics – You MUST install it

I keep finding clients who haven’t heard of Google Analytics (or any form of analytics) who who do know what it is and still haven’t implemented it. All I can say is that it is vital. It will tell you who has visited the site. How they got to your site – which keywords did […]

All Around My Hat – How to make use of company activity in developing website content

Lots of clients I work with struggle with the idea of creating content for their websites (and general marketing) from their day to day activity. Either they can’t think of anything they have done that’s worthy of a story or they see something like a customer win in one dimension. So I encourage a bit […]

A new site blossoms into life

An interesting service has been launched by one of my former B2B Centre customers. Garden Designs 2 Go run by Malvern show winner Pat Atkins offers a low cost, web-based garden design service especially for people who have just bought a new house that has been supplied with just a bit of turf to cover […]