Category: SEO

Can Class Names Trigger Safe Search Filters?

I got a tweet about this a while back, and it’s been on my list of things to attempt to start a discussion about. Or even better, gather some real data about. It also might be a smidge related to SEO (as the asker leads with), and since yesterday’s baby thought about SEO, it reminded me of this. Here’...

SEO and Location

This is just a baby thought I had about SEO. I overheard some folks at the gym I go to talking about SEO. It was a part-owner of the gym, talking about an SEO firm they were in contact with to help them with the gym website and reaching more people. A concern all businesses share: how do we sell to more people. In th...

The Importance of rel=”nofollow”

The rel=”nofollow” attribute has been around for quite a while on the internet, and more and more websites and blogs tend to use it to link to sites and products that they do not wish to endorse, such as sponsored links. Such links, after being assigned the rel=”nofollow” attribute, are termed as nofollow links...

Technical SEO 2015: Wiring Websites for Organic Search

   Ask ten people what SEO is, and you’re likely to get ten different answers. Given the industry’s unsavoury past, this is hardly surprising. Keyword stuffing, gateway pages, and comment spam earned the first search engine optimisers a deservedly poor reputation within the web community. Snake oil...