Tag Archives: SERPs

Getting Your Face In Google: My Cardiff Internet Talk

A week ago (on 16th April) I gave a talk at Cardiff Internet, a local monthly internet marketing event aimed at small business owners. My talk was all about rel="author" implementation and its benefits, containing a live implementation demo on … Continue reading

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The rel="author" SERP Challenge

Update: Someone’s found a SERP with 10 in it. Scroll down to learn more! The other day I was doing a vanity rankings check to see if my recent rel="author" case study post was ranking for anything. I found out … Continue reading

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Confusing Google: A rel="author" Case Study

This post is mainly about what happens when you implement rel="author" twice on a webpage and the confusion and potential mistrust it carries in Google’s eyes. However it also covers the following areas: The best and easiest way to implement … Continue reading

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432 Mind-Blowing Article Titles You Won’t Believe Are By Cracked.com

File this under: silly… I’m a massive, massive fan of Cracked.com – I have been for years. As an online marketer, I’ve always been interested – with sites like these – about how they go about their digital strategy. Given … Continue reading

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