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I remember a few years ago blowing the mind of a boss with a theory that Google would eventually rank (in part) based on their own internal understanding of your object. If Wikipedia could know so much about an object, why couldn’t Google? In the…

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I have now purchased & finally intend trying out the WordPress Genesis framework, with a Prose child theme.

I cannot see why I should spend time learning to use the newer Thesis 2.0 framework, having been a Thesis 1.8.5 user and enjoying its flexibility & simplicity for so long.

I just want to be able market my websites these days, without having to invest my time in learning a new & more complex interface. This approach is summed up in more detail in Sugarrae Hoffman’s excellent blog post & I am following her lead here.

However for those that want to stick with or learn the Thesis 2.0 framework, there are 10 excellent video tutorials here  www.byobwebsite.com

I have also purchased Dynamilk theme for the Genesis framework. I believe this will give me the design flexibility I have got use to with the old Thesis 1.8.5 framework, but in a Genesis theme.

I further believe the Dynamilk theme & its WYSIWYG editor, will allow me to easily customize this Genesis theme to my exact requirements without having to dip into code for 99% of the time.

Finally as video marketing is becoming ever more widely used I want to try using the Yoast SEO Video plugin for WordPress.

However I have read that Thesis does not work with this plugin. So this is really my ultimate reason to try Genesis, as it works with all of the Yoast plugins.


In 2014 good SEO needs…

by admin on January 25, 2014

In 2014, good SEO needs to combine great search, social & content marketing to be successful.

If you focus on what you are passionate about this should allow you to more easily create the original work that is needed to meet this criteria.


Local Search Guide Part 3 | List Of The Best Free Directories, Wales & UK For 2014

December 16, 2012

Web Directories The internet is full of hundreds (probably thousands) of online web directories where you can post your link. The first directory to worry about is http://www.dmoz.org This is by far the most powerful of the free web directories. The first step to any back linking campaign should include a submission to DMOZ. http://www.dmoz.org/ Just […]

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SEO Tips & The Penguin Update | Guest Blogging With MyBlogGuest.com

August 23, 2012

5 SEO tips to help your link building efforts after the Google Penguin update. 1: Use back link anchor text variations to appear more natural. Use the URL name Use your brand or company name Use short-tail and long-tail keywords Use synonyms Use plural/singular forms Brand Name only Branded – The brand was included in the […]

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Local Search Guide Part 4 | Getting Local Search Terms Visible In Google

August 17, 2012

4: Blog Commenting There are a plethora of blogs today and most of them offer you the chance to post comments. You can gain backlinks by leaving relevant comments that actually mean something. Much like forum posting this isn’t something to do recklessly. You need to actually read the blog posts you are commenting on […]

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SENuke View – Creating Good Links & Finding & Deleting Bad Link

August 11, 2012

This is the third video posted July 31st, 2012 in the “Mastering Google Series” from SENuke’s Josh Bachynski. Topics included this time are: How to make good links What makes a bad link Safe guarding websites against a bad link penalty Finding your bad back links The unnatural link notice & solutions How to clean […]

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Local Search Guide Part 2 | Getting Local Search Terms Visible In Google

July 18, 2012

Step Three: Fresh Content Fresh Content is the way forward. A “dynamic” website consists of some sort of regularly updated content. This is usually done by adding a blog to your website, or moving your site to a dynamic platform like WordPress (WP). Google values dynamic website more highly than static (rarely changing) websites. A […]

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Local Search Guide Part 1 | Getting Local Search Terms Visible In Google

July 4, 2012

Step One: Research What Are Your Customers Searching For Locally ? Since we are working on local search terms your research should be pretty simple. All you need to figure out is “What do my customers search Google for ? ” This search term will become your keyword e.g.. Swansea Jobs, Swansea Hotels, Swansea City […]

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Better Local Search Listings Using Google Places ( Google+ Local )

June 18, 2012

Welcome to Page One Web Design. We are an local SEO agency offering the best value SEO services in South Wales, UK. We are located in both the Swansea & Cardiff  and this allows us to easily serve our customers in adjacent areas such as Neath, Port Talbot, Bridgend & Newport. Our firm is quite […]

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