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27 Feb 2015

Making sure your website is mobile-friendly one of the more important things you can do to improve your site’s search engine optimisation (SEO) this year. 

10 Feb 2015

How to win at video optimisation on YouTube - the world's second biggest search engine

2 Feb 2015

Improve your Google ranking and help search engines fall in love with your website. The Pure SEO blog tells you what you need to do to optimise your content.

2 Feb 2015

Improve your Google ranking and help search engines fall in love with your website. The Pure SEO blog tells you what you need to do to optimise your content.

6 Jan 2015

If the team at Pure SEO needed to come up with some keywords to sum up 2014 they would be using words like phenomenal, amazing growth, fastest growing and award winning.

22 Dec 2014

Voice search is shaping the vocabulary and future of SEO. This blog post looks at recent data and the algorithmic changes that will dictate how brands and marketing will evolve...

12 Dec 2014

2014 has been a big year from an SEO perspective, big algorithm changes have decimated or launched websites. There has been talk of SEO's demise (again!). So what is going to happen in 2015 & beyond... our CEO, Richard Conway has got out his crystal ball and made a few predictions!

9 Dec 2014

Catching Kiwi’s - it’s not who you know, it’s where you go.

Setting up a business can be challenging. You can have the best product or service, but you still need to prove it to yourself by putting it on the market. We’ve found someone who can help you, and they’re called Catchakiwi.

22 Oct 2014

International SEO can be challenging, depending on how many different countries and/or languages you need to take into consideration for optimal results.

Search engines can identify targeted countries and languages, but you need to do the work to lay the path. This is called Geo-Targeting.

20 Oct 2014

Consistency is a critical element of any Search Engine Optimisation. But for local SEO, consistent NAP (Name, Address & Phone Number) information is vital.

NAP information fits into your structured citations. Structured citations are mentions of your business across the web, such as third party directory listings, and they should always include your NAP information. Google and other search engines use citations to evaluate the trustworthiness of your business and website. The higher the quantity and relevance of citations the better this impacts your credibility and your rankings.

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