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James Rice

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James is a digital marketing specialist with a particular interest in SEO and content strategy. His early career was in journalism and publishing, and he continues to use those skills to develop a content-focused approach to organic traffic growth and profitability. Outside of work he likes to travel, hike and cook.

This Is Why You Should Use Posts For Google My Business

If you’re a business owner, hopefully you’ve been using Google My Business to control how your website appears in search – managing your contact details, opening hours, photos and encouraging customers to leave you reviews. Doing so will make the Knowledge Panel for your business (the information box that appears on the right-hand side of […]


How To Use Citations For A Local SEO Advantage

You may have already heard of the importance of local citations when it comes to SEO for the city or area where your business is based. In this article we’ll explain what they are, why they are such an important factor in local search, and how and where you can build them. So without further […]


What Is Direct Website Traffic?

Google Analytics is unquestionably a very powerful tool. It’s not so long ago that it would have seemed an impossible dream to be able to track who came to your website, what they looked at, and what actions they took during their visit. When you think about it, that is an amazing resource for gaining […]


Should You Switch To An HTTPS Website?

HTTPS (the secure version of HTTP, the protocol which sends data between a browser and a website) is older than most people realise. It’s been around for two decades, though the number of websites using it on all their pages has been relatively low, until the last couple of years. You’ve probably noticed that many […]


An SEO Glossary For 2016: Key Terms Explained

SEO is an industry with plenty of jargon, and more terms are added all the time. If you’re unsure about certain phrases you’ve heard being used, or want a primer before talking to a developer or marketing agency you’ll be working with, this glossary should help. For each letter of the alphabet, we’ve taken a key […]


Google Search Console Tips: 5 Things To Check First

When you launch a new website, there are two free tools you should use immediately to monitor its performance: Google Analytics. This one should be obvious; most folks set it up early. Google Search Console (formerly Google Webmaster Tools). This is one is not as well known, so sometimes gets forgotten. But if you want […]


How To Get More Traffic From Google Quick Answer Boxes

Almost certainly you’ve seen the quick answers box when doing a Google search – typically it’s a brief one- or two-sentence answer to your query, scraped from one of the pages that ranks high for your phrase, and placed above the regular search results. Here’s an example of the answers box shown for the search term […]


The 10 Best Digital Marketing Blogs In 2015

Digital marketing is one of the fastest moving industries anywhere. So whether you’re a professional marketer, or a business owner whose remit includes marketing, you need to be constantly reading expert advice and news on the latest innovations. Otherwise you’ll fall behind your competitors, or miss an opportunity you never knew existed. That’s all very […]


How to Acquire New Customers With No Marketing Budget

One area that differentiates highly successful businesses from those that stutter or fail is how cheaply that business can acquire quality customers in its growth phase. It is perhaps the single biggest marketing headache of any startup or small business. You’ve created a great product or service that was the reason you started the business […]


Mobilegeddon: The Aftermath and Next Steps You Should Take

On 26 February 2015, Google announced via its Webmaster Central Blog that from 21 April, it would be expanding on mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal (an algorithmic change that was soon to be called ‘Mobilegeddon’). We’ve previously covered what this means for website owners, and how you can test your site for mobile friendliness, here. […]


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