We've recently taken on a new client. Made In Place, an interior design company, has been running for more than two decades and has undertaken a wide range of different, innovative projects during that time.
Over the last week, there have been reports by webmasters on the Webmasterworld forum that they are seeing large fluctuations in their website's listings in the Google search results, causing speculation that another algorithm change is currently being rolled out. The Mozcast website shows two peaks in ranking turbulence during the end of October and another peak at the beginning of November, (see Below.)
Unfortunately, every year, hundreds of Britons are harmed during incidents such as vehicle collisions, workplace accidents, or as a result of an industrial disease. For many of those people, the effects will be serious – perhaps leading to hospitalisation or, in some cases, even death.
In 2003 when Born first ventured into the world of search engine optimisation, the title tag was one of the most important elements of a sound SEO strategy. Other important factors and tactics have fallen by the wayside since then such as the meta-description, meta-keywords, link exchanges and stuffing keywords into link text.
In the post Penguin, Panda and Hummingbird era, inbound links and social metrics now outrank the humble title tag in terms of importance, but if you have all of these in place, a well crafted title tag can give you a further boost in the rankings.
Matt Cutts confirmed yesterday that a website's search engine rankings will not directly be affected by the volume of pages on the site. His statement came in response to a question posed on the Google Webmaster Help channel.
One of our clients, a law firm called George Ide LLP, recently contacted us with some very impressive news. Although its personal injury solicitors help individuals claim compensation every day, the group announced that it had managed to resolve a case in just seven weeks – a new record for the firm.