I took part in the panel for UK Fast’s “Speed in E-commerce” live webinar last week. Hosted (geddit?) by UK Fast’s Managing Director, Jonathan Bowers, we discussed the importance of website speed for e-commerce retailers and how they can overcome any issues. It was a fast-paced discussion with all the panelists keen to express their views in a really short space of time. As I wasn’t able to share all of my considerations, I thought I’d throw them together in a blog post, so at least I can be satisfied that I’ve finally got my point across!
In 2018, Google's search index moved to a mobile-first approach. This means all search results, regardless of the device you're using, will be shaped by how well the mobile version of the website is performing.
I attended the SEO and PPC training event at CTI digital. As a relative novice, I was eased into understanding the technical aspects, which underlie everyday tasks, that we take for granted. I was delighted to come away from the day having experienced several lightbulb moments.
Today, Google announced that they are now rolling out their long anticipated penguin update which will now monitor links and various other spam signals in real time, meaning algorithmic penalties will be flying fast and hard.
Sun, sea, sand and search can only mean one thing, it’s time for BrightonSEO! Although we didn’t see much of the sun, didn’t go in the sea and briefly glanced at the sand, what we’re really here for is to enhance our SEO knowledge. For those that don’t know, starting out as a chat in a pub, BrightonSEO is now one of, if not the largest SEO conference in the UK. Here are my top three talks from the day: