Archive for the ‘SEO’ Category

WNW Digital’s Friday Blog Round Up

Not too be missed. This weeks blog entry provides sound advice on SEO strategies, visual content marketing, social media marketing and more.


Google Want to Help Put  Your Business on the Map, Literally. Boost your online credibility by getting your business’ map listing.

Google Provides Advice To Site Owners Ahead of April 21st Mobile Friendly Algorithm Change – Mobile usability should be on everyone’s minds at the moment. See what you can do to help your website.  (more…)

What A Mobile Friendly Website Really Means

We recently posted a blog entry “Google warns websites should become mobile friendly” but what does a mobile friendly/ responsive website really mean?

Google Webmaster Tools has created a mobile usability tab that alerts you to the errors on your website. Google will show you how many pages there are on your website that hampering your websites mobile experience.


Here are some of the common errors that you can expect to find:

Touch elements too close – This means your navigation (your buttons) are too crowded or un-clickable due to your website losing its layout on mobile screens. This prevents mobile users from being able to navigate to the desired part of the website. (more…)

WNW Digital’s Friday Blog Round Up

This week we bring you some great social media advice.


Why Posting Your Tweets To Facebook Is A Bad Idea – Find out why linking your Twitter and Facebook page could be damaging to your social media presence.

Should Your Business Invest Time In Instagram – There are so many social media channels out there it comes as no surprise that businesses are confused in which channels they should be investing in. Read on to see if Instagram is for you.   (more…)

10 Year Domain Renewals Could Benefit Your SEO

Did you know that search engines like Google monitor the time period in which domains are purchased for in order to help them determine the validity and the trustworthiness of your site. Domains can be purchased for up to ten years, however many people opt to buy their domain for a 1-2 year duration. Although this time period seems to be a popular choice it is argued that this could be affecting your search engine listings.


WNW Digital’s Friday Blog Round Up

In this weeks blog entry we explore how you can grow your online success with this great social media, blogging and content marketing advice.

How Much Traffic Will You Lose From The Upcoming Mobile SEO- Pocalypse?  - Read about the importance of Mobile Friendly Websites as Google plans to crack down on those that aren’t responsive.
The Symbiotic Relationship Between Customer Loyalty & Advocacy  - Grow your business success by turning your loyal customers into your own business advocates.

Google Warns Websites Should Become Mobile Friendly

Google strives to provide its users with quality websites that are user friendly. Therefore Google penalises any sites that do not offer their users the optimum website experience. The most recent factor that Google are beginning to knuckle down on concerns MOBILE USABILITY.

Over the past couple of years in particular it has become apparent that the number of people using their mobiles to access the internet has significantly increased. Mobile use is not only being used to carry out searches on search engines like Google, it is also being used by people carrying out their online shopping. Therefore Google is beginning to perceive a mobile friendly website as a paramount feature that will positively affect SEO (search engine optimisation) listings.

So how is Google warning websites that they need to become mobile friendly?

Any professional SEO company or those people interested in managing their websites themselves will be familiar with the free service Webmaster Tools. Google refer to webmaster tools as a “free service offered by Google that helps you monitor and maintain your site’s presence in Google Search results.” For more information about Webmaster Tools click here  (more…)

WNW Digital’s Friday Blog Round Up

This week we highlight some great blog entries that provide insightful and useful advice regarding your Social Media and SEO campaigns.

Infographic: Optimal Image Sizes For All The Social Networks - A useful blog entry that could save you time when it comes to setting up your social media profiles. See what size images you need for the popular social media channels here.

 Nine of the best social campaigns and stories from February 2015 -Some quality examples of various social media campaigns that have generated huge success this year. (more…)

Create A Successful Online Presence NOW

Dreaming of creating an successful and effective online business?

Digital Marketing can help make those dreams a reality.

Digital Marketing is fast becoming a neccessity that cannot be ignored if you want to fend off your competitors and allow your business to grow from strength to strength. So what does Digital Marketing involve?

See below for a very brief introduction:
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WNW Digital’s Friday Blog Round Up

Some fantastic digital marketing advice in our February Friday round up. See how you can improve your social media marketing and strengthen your business online this year.

Building Online Marketing Strategies for Small Businesses –  From understanding the brand to connecting with customers this blog entry will help you put a successful strategy in place.

How to Make a Marketing Impact With Instagram - Visual social media channels are becoming increasingly popular, find out how you can utilise Instagram as part of your marketing plan.


WNW Digital’s Friday Blog Round Up

This week we highlight quality blog entries with social media, seo and blogging advice.

Guest Blogging Is Not Dead – And Why It Still Rocks – A great blog entry by Madlemmings that provides top tip to help you produce the perfect guest blog.

Can Facebook Predict Ad Relevancy / Social You Should Know. An interesting blog entry that considers the new ranking that Facebook is applying to your ads to help you see how successful your ad is expected to be. (more…)