Overview I’ve been working with Chefs Catering NorthWest on a monthly retained basis for over a year and a half now. Watching their business go from strength-to-strength using a small budget, agile working methods and a prioritised strategy has been amazing, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic when catering searches fell off a cliff overnight. This […]
Voice search – An opportunity or a nail in the SEO coffin?
(Image via South Park Studios) DISCLAIMER: I’m sorry if you’ve arrived here on the click bait title assuming this is another moronic SEO IS DEAD post, armed to the teeth with seething logic and facts ready to spew all over the comments section and call this article out as BS. Rest assured, I am a fellow […]
How to get IFTTT to post @ replies on Twitter
ED: This method was working at date of publishing. If it ever stops working at any given time, please do let me know in the comments and I shall see if I can fix it. Cheers. Back in my link building days, I used to use IFTTT a lot. In fact I even wrote a […]
How to write words with your head – A guest post by Joel Klettke
ED: Joel Klettke is from Canada and is a freelance writer, operating under the business alias of Business Casual Copywriting. Recently I saw him open his services up on Twitter, alongside a sample of his work, for a fee I couldn’t refuse. Now selling 500 word blog posts for $5, sample attached pic.twitter.com/YtJwtsdwqf — Joel […]
Google & terrorism – the FACTS the D*ily M*il didn’t bother with
It’s 12am, and I’m just about to drift off to sleep. I have one last refresh on my phone before putting it on charge when I see the front page of today’s D*ily M*il pop up in my Twitter feed… This isn’t the first headline the UK gutter press has ran in recently in relation to […]
In defence of the link builder
(Image via Cravendale) “Behold; the link builder. A modern day enigma. He is a connoisseur of the click, and his drink is link juice.” I recall a conversation I had with Steve Jaggard when I had a job interview for my role at Further in 2015. The discussion around SEO started to go in the […]
Why I’m bored of SEO right now
Well, I say “bored.” I like my job (I’ll never say “love” because I firmly believe love is for your hobbies and interests, work is still work), but as an industry it’s all just got rather dull to me lately. Yes, I’ve probably clickbaited you with the title, and if you clicked you’re likely one […]
2015 round up – The best & the worst
2015 has been the most eventful year I’ve had in a while.
The evolution of “cool” band names – A brief history
(image via funisforassholes.com) Having a good band name is really important. It not only needs to reflect your style of music, but it also has to align what’s current and hip.
#SEOmusic: What’s the heaviest music you’ve listened to whilst doing SEO?
(image via undergroundwebworld.org) Before I worked in digital, but after graduating university, I did a fair few jobs to pay the bills. Factories, kitchens, offices; you name it.