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Written on 31 January, 2011 by Charlotte Norman

Tip #4 - Promote your videos, images and audio content via social networking sites By housing all of your multi-media content i.e. audio and video on a social community site like YouTube, you will make it instantly more accessibly to an online audience. Aside from hitting a bigger demographic, such community sites also make it easier to link to the content from hyperlinks and... Read more
Categories: Social Media | Tags: content, social media, video, youtube

Written on 31 January, 2011 by Charlotte Norman

Tip #3 - Diversify the content on your site to get visitors returning again and again Keeping the content on your site update and relevant instantly makes your site more appealing to users. There are plenty of ways to keep content fresh and new. Using a mixture of these mediums will demonstrate to your visitors that you are actively providing new information, which may be of... Read more
Categories: Search Engine Optimisation | Tags: content

Written on 18 January, 2011 by Charlotte Norman

Tip #2 - Create a site map and ensure your content is discovered Site maps can play a big part in improving your Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) ranking. They help ensure all pages and subsequently all SEO enriched content can be found. Site-maps can act as a useful tool in ensuring that sites that have been built in flash and non-html languages are... Read more
Categories: Search Engine Optimisation | Tags: content, search engine optimisation, seo

Written on 14 January, 2011 by Charlotte Norman

Tip #1 - Make time to regularly test the keyword density of your site’s content We kick-start our top tips for small business campaign off with a search related hint. Make time to regularly test the keyword density of your site's content and keep your site competitive on search terms. Ensure the keywords and SEO content, which you are using on your website is working... Read more
Categories: Search Engine Optimisation | Tags: content, keywords

Written on 25 August, 2009 by Jonathan Crossfield

Lost in translation There is no doubt that English is the universal language of the web. Although English is only the second most spoken language, the web is designed and dominated by it. This means that non-English speaking businesses have the added challenge of translation if they want to tap into a world... Read more
Categories: Marketing, Web Design & Content | Tags: content