Category Archives: Search Engine Optimisation

Our successful microsites

Readers of this blog who know me, won’t be surprised to hear me enthusing about dedicated micro sites. I’ve been building a stable of these dedicated legal sites for some time now and my target is to use them to produce additional work for my law firm of around £400,00 every year. The 1st site […]

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Advertising – what’s the cheapest way of acquiring new clients?

Picking up new business is the holy grail for many businesses. Advertising often plays a part in the mix. One question I’ve always had, however, is whatsoever sizing really works? Obviously every industry sector varies” but I was interested to come across some research by American Internet marketing company Rapport Online Inc. How accurate their research […]

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Does the Google sandbox really exist?

Warning – if you’re not a search engine optimisation anorak, please turn away now. Does the Google sandbox really exist? Not as far as I can tell. Though there are suggestions that Google doesn’t rank websites with new domain names for up to 6 months after a site goes live, my latest right to manage […]

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Protect your copyright

Copyright theft is a growing problem. One of the weaknesses of the internet is how easy it is for someone to steal your work. Part of our search engine optimisation involves an extensive article writing campaign. It is very annoying therefore to find that other people have used our articles, removing links to our site and […]

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