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SEO for responsive websites

Having a responsive website, one that works on mobiles, tablets and PC’s has fast become an essential rather than desirable requirement for any website.

We all understand how a responsive site looks and works on different platforms but the real question we should be asking is: ‘Is SEO better on a responsive website?’ After all, a site that isn’t visible really isn’t going to do your business any good at all. Continue reading…

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Digital marketing and web design features – September 2015

Every month we like to showcase some of the best features and posts that we find on the world wide web, which ranges from anything like web design, to SEO, to general digital marketing advice and tips. The reason for this? Well, mainly because these features are something of interest to us. So therefore it makes sense to share these on to our followers and visitors in one neat and tidy blog.

So here go:

September’s top digital marketing and web design features and stories…

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How Social Signals Affect Your SEOSearch Engine Journal – A good article by Dario Zadro at Search Engine Journal, demonstration how social signals can affect your SEO practices, such as increased traffic, social link building and increased domain authority. Well worth a read:

http://www.searchenginejournal.com/social-signals-affect-seo/135956/

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SEO, Responsive Web Design and Google updates – August 2015

At Build14me we like to keep up to date with all of the things that matter or should matter to people who have websites. We scour the internet daily and when we find an interesting article we post links on @build14me (https://twitter.com/Build14me) Every month we put together a complete synopsis of all the articles we have read – so you don’t need to miss a great feature just because you missed a tweet.
And don’t forget if you have written or seen an article you think we should re-tweet – then send the details to ben@build14me.com and if we think our followers and customers would find it useful we are more than happy to feature it.

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August top stories…

Stop Ghost Spam in Google Analytics with One Filter – moz: Carlos Escalera gives some excellent insights into how to reduce Ghost Spam. (are we the only people who see the word Spam and think Monty Python)

https://moz.com/blog/stop-ghost-spam-in-google-analytics-with-one-filter

Why it is important to balance SEO and user experience – entrepreneur: Anca Bradley, Brand Management Director at Fruition reminds us why we should follow Google’s ‘Focus on the user and all else will follow’

http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/247683

Responsive Web Design is Important for Your Site’s SEO – Business2community: Rolando Herrera talks about how ‘without SEO your picture will be incomplete’

http://www.business2community.com/seo/responsive-web-design-important-sites-seo-01281544
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Content for effective SEO, Social media and Web Design

Content for effective SEO, Social media and Web Design

Like every month here at Build14Me, we post out useful content that we think is effective for SEO, Social Media, Analytic’s and web design in any business. The content and links below are the summary of everything we posted out for the month of July. They have been categorised into relevant sections:

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SEO

In this section, you will find all the relevant links to SEO tips and information that we found useful this month. The SEO game is forever evolving and changing, which is why it is a big topic to keep up to date on:

How do you get everyone in the company on board with SEO?
http://searchengineland.com/seo-cant-always-get-wants-can-223953

5 SEO myths that should be forgotten in 2015:
http://www.business2community.com/seo/5-seo-myths-that-should-be-forgotten-in-2015-01267032

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The most important things to include on your website

The most important things to include on your website

As you plan your company or personal website – you may well be asking yourself ‘What are the most important things to include on my website’. You are probably looking for a checklist from an authoritative source so… At Build14Me we have been scouring the internet to help us put together this list of the most important things to include in your website.

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Useful responsive web design, SEO and digital marketing tips and information

In continuation from our post last month, we have rounded up all the links and postings that we have sent out in the past month. They contain many useful information and tips, regarding responsive web design, SEO, digital marketing and general web development. We post links that we enjoy and benefit from, so hopefully you do too! 

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3 key steps to help you in the local SEO game:

http://tech.co/3-ways-dominate-local-seo-game-2015-05

How voice search and Google ‘Direct Answers’ are shaping SEO as we know it:

http://www.cio.com/article/2919092/seo-sem/how-voice-search-and-google-direct-answers-are-changing-seo.html

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Responsive web design – useful links

 

We have posted many links out from our social media recently. We thought it would be useful to have them all in one place for people to view. The many article links are based around responsive web design, seo, web design, marketing and more.

How can long tail keywords be effective within your SEO campaign and gain you advantage over competitors?:

http://www.business2community.com/brandviews/act-on/long-tail-keywords-win-seo-acquire-qualified-leads-01219803

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The 5 pillars of visual hierarchy in Web design. Good article: Continue reading…

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What is Semantic Search?

 

Great news that everyone wants to hear. Google is making SEO harder. Because it was just too easy with it always changing anyway. Management Today (MT), have predicted in their ’10 Things we think will happen in 2015’ that Google ‘search is going semantic’ on us (not romantic, even though it’s almost valentine’s day).

What does this mean? MT says “So, instead of typing ‘MT subscription’, you’ll be able to ask: ‘Where can I get an MT subscription?’. You could even say please”. Google’s main aim has always been to give the searcher the best possible experience. That’s why semantic search will become more relevant to help achieve this. Continue reading…

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