A 301 redirect may mean nothing to regular users, however to SEO’s and search engine bots they are vital in ensuring traffic and authority is passed over from an old URL (page) to a new equivalent URL. Why redirects matter to users… That isn’t to say redirects are not important for users. A user could be searching Google for a particular product and find one … Continue reading Why getting your 301 redirects correct are critical for online performance
Last Thursday, 16th May, Google advised the SEO community that it had updated its Google Rater Guidelines which is the first time they have updated these since July 2018. From what I can ascertain from this update is that the guidelines have added in more detail/direction to specific areas in order to clean up/clarify what the raters are looking for, mainly in terms of quality … Continue reading Those pesky Google Raters are at it again!
As we race into 2019 there have been many posts from SEO experts about what to expect in 2019 and what they expect Google to unleash on the SEO community and online businesses. Now let me be clear, these are valid points and views which I am not taking anything away from them as these experts have more industry experience than what I have. What … Continue reading Don’t be an Algo chaser in 2019, sure up that SEO foundation!
I love sitting back on Twitter and seeing all of the different views on what should be happening at Everton and everyone seems to be an expert – it is quite entertaining, I am just glad than none of these are in charge otherwise we would be in deep trouble and on our third manager this month. Now that we are entering the 2nd half … Continue reading Silva & Brands – This doesn’t feel like another false dawn!
This was meant to be an good game for Everton, but Everton we’re hammered by a weaker team. Everton on 6 points and West Ham on 0 at the bottom of the table, this was there for the taking. How wrong could I be!! Bad afternoon at the office West Ham were not great but Everton were worse!! The result still baffles me hours later. … Continue reading Everton Hammered by a poor team
If it has then carry on reading but if hasn’t then you are clearly undertaking the correct steps which should have been part of your ongoing strategy for the past couple of years. There have been numerous signals given by Google over the past couple of years on what Google wants their users to see and what signals sites should be providing which Google will … Continue reading Has the latest E.A.T. update given you indigestion?
So after injury, poor eating and a great holiday it is clearly time to kick start my fitness again and to shift those pounds. But where to start, I know a key stumbling block for anyone starting a fitness regime is that there is far too much information out there on the web and can be confusing for some. So I thought I would pull … Continue reading Trying to kick start my fitness again!
So this is my review on the latest Marvel offering, Ant-Man and The Wasp, and yes it may contain some spoilers which I apologise for in advance. Now every Marvel film now has a heightened anticipation on how the film would fit into the Marvel cinematic universe, and this film was no different, considering Ant-Man played a part in Civil War. But unfortunately, as the … Continue reading How Ant-Man and The Wasp slowed down Marvels Juggernaut!
When you get stuck into sports, you can put your body under a lot of strain. Whether you’re testing your endurance at the gym, showcasing your skills on the football field, working on your tennis technique or long distance running, there’s always a risk you’ll suffer a sports injury. Mine it appears to be from running long distances. From blisters to sprains, strains, tendonitis and … Continue reading Recovering from sports injuries