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SEO Checklist 2019

The marketer’s 2019 SEO checklist

With an eventful 2018 behind us, there isn’t any time to sit back and take stock of everything that has changed in the world of SEO over the past 12 months. It’s already time to put your marketing strategies in place for the year ahead, remembering that what worked this time last year isn’t going to get the same kind of results in 2019.

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The SEO’s guide to Google quality raters

Google employs more than 10,000 Google quality raters around the world, operating in multiple languages. Their job is to rate the quality of pages that appear in search results. Simple, right? In this post, we explain what that means in practice and how it helps us with search engine optimisation.

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Vertical Leap partners with Solent Mind

We are delighted to announce that we are officially partnering with local mental health charity, Solent Mind. Solent Mind works to empower and support anyone who suffers with a mental health problem, aiming to raise awareness and promote understanding. Their approach is recovery focused, person-centred and individual. The partnership means staff at Vertical Leap can […]

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Strawberry illustrating article How to get featured snippets in Google Search

How to get featured snippets in Google Search

Featured snippets are Google’s way of making sure users get the very best answer to informational queries. In this article, we’re going to show you what you need to do to be in with a chance of bagging that much sought-after featured snippet.

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Google Analytics keyword not provided – what does it mean?

The keyword “not provided” issue in Google Analytics (GA) has been a fairly contentious issue for marketers since 2011. Many are now finding that 90% or more of their traffic is coming from searches that provide no keyword data in GA, which is a problem when it comes to optimising your pages and organic search campaigns. In this article, we’re going to explain what keyword “not provided” means in Google Analytics and how you can work around it.

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