The quick guide to the basics of SEO

Search engine optimisation (or SEO as it’s more commonly known as) has many definitions but I prefer to describe it as the practice of improving your visibility in search engines for relevant search terms. Better visibility can be called higher rankings (or closer to page 1, result 1) and relevant search terms are words or … Continue Reading

Microsoft Exchange hacked? What now?

If your Microsoft Exchange account has been hacked, you’re probably panicking and wondering what to do now. Here is a list of steps to take. It’s not exhaustive but should get you at least back up and running with a secure account. Why was your account hacked? Hackers want people’s usernames and passwords which may … Continue Reading

The origins of Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)

I’ve been working with websites since before search engine optimisation (SEO) was a ‘thing’. I originally taught myself HTML as a young teenager using a book I found lying about by Carol Vordernman and the rest, as they say, for me at least, is history. I’ve been providing SEO in Sheffield & further afield now … Continue Reading

Microsoft Outlook email signature locations

Editing and updating your Microsoft Outlook email signature using the in-built signature editor can be fiddly, especially if you want to add anything other than plain-text. Also you may need to backup your signatures once in a while, for example, if you’re changing computers or reinstalling Outlook, and that’s also not-so-easy. Therefore, this article shows … Continue Reading

A definitions for common online advertising & SEO jargon

If you work in the field of web design and search engine optimisation, you simply can’t avoid a whole host of acronyms, abbreviations, and general jargon. However, I’m also conscious that what is familiar and perfectly clear to me, is not necessarily also that clear to everyone else. Therefore, this quick post simply defines some … Continue Reading