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Multilingual SEO

How to overcome Multilingual Seo hurdles

July 28, 2011

When it comes down to run multilingual sites a number of issues arise. You need to have a truly multinational staff to be able to deal with all the intricacies that International marketing, local internet legislation or simply cultural nuances, come with it. Being organised is key, so there are three initial steps to take [...]

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Multilingual SEO Best Practices – Website Geolocation

June 19, 2011

The usual question I get asked when someone was to undertake a truly international web project is how to be truly global. Are there any multilingual seo guidelines to follow? What are the multilingual search best practices? From my experience, both in-house and on the agency side, there is not one-strategy-fits-all multilingual seo standards. The [...]

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Top 10 tips in other online marketing channels – Distilled PRO Seminar London

October 26, 2010

Email Marketing.Top 10 tips of how email can help SEO: People share content with email, much more than social media (80%). Make friends with the CRM guys (if you are reading, you know who you are : ) ). Make capturing email addresses a priority Identify social media, users and influencers Target social end user [...]

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Competition analysis – Distilled Pro SEO seminar

October 26, 2010

Sam Crocker did deliver a great presentation at SMX advanced, looking forward to this one. Why, competition analysis? Defence vs offence axis. Monitor SERPs, replicate competitor links, get a link from competitors, etc The goal: leadership and defend what you have but the attack is how you win Competitor stalking. Yahoo pipes. Using feeds and [...]

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Sexy reports – Distilled PRO Seminar London

October 26, 2010

Will Crtichlow talks about one of my favourite topics, reports and data visualization. So, what is the point of reports? To find answers To cause change To build a relationship Finding answers. Reports to find solutions to problems. Digging into data and showing actionable insight is the sexyest thing in a report. Ranking reports are [...]

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Test infographic

August 3, 2010

Sheet 1 Hotel Prices in Europe

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How to rank top 10 in Google for Davide Corradi in less than 24 hours

February 9, 2010

My good friend Davide Corradi dared me to rank for his name without using any of the typical on-page optimisation techniques we are all aware of.  His reason to do this, was his surprise when in my previous post, Google ranking factors distribution graph,  I stated that on page optimisation factors accounted only for a [...]

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Google ranking factors distribution graph

February 5, 2010

Inspired by Seomoz Whiteboard Friday, I decided to create my new graph of what i think are the main Google ranking factors and its distribution in order of importance. Be free to chip in and add the debate.

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SEO for personalized search

December 11, 2009

Unless you have been hiding under a rock or you have been making extra money in the stock market and got a fat bonus and retired to the Bahamas, as an SEO you might have heard about Google rolling out an algorithmic change based on personalized search. There has been lots of articles around the [...]

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Google is not infallible

October 21, 2009

Now it has been solved but it was funny to see Google New Zealand to rank first for “Google Ireland” for a couple of weeks and “google.ie”. Even Bing got it wrong. We have to admit it was a difficult query : )

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