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When you’ve put time and effort into creating video content it’s important to have visibility overÂ your reach. YouTube subscribers, views and comments are great but when you’re in […]
Hotjar, as they say, is “…a new and easy way to truly understand your web and mobile site visitors.”, and is something I am using more and more […]
If your SlideShare presentation is a big hit, you’ll want to know if your audience haveÂ published itÂ on their own platforms… SlideShare presentations are easily shareableÂ and have the potential […]
On 18th September, the Creare team headed south for one of the biggest events in search marketers’ calendars: BrightonSEO! As a first time attendee, I have compiled my […]
We trekked over to Brighton for one of the biggest SEO marketing conferences in the UK – BrightonSEO â€“ and what a buzz there was! By 8am there […]
The following is the first inÂ our series How to Track the Reach of Your Visual Content. A good infographic supported by aÂ successful amplification strategy can result in the […]
Recently I’ve been using some software to track what customers are up to when landing on a site, and it opened my eyes to things that can sometimes […]
Read our surprising statistics about Content Marketing that all businesses should be aware of when reviewing their own content efforts.
There has been a post recently released on the bible of SEO that is Moz discussing the options of â€˜How to Build Links in Personâ€™. Iâ€™ve taken inspiration […]
There was a bit more than the usual excitement around Brighton SEO this year as Creare had not only one, but two representatives from the Local Team. As […]
Tuesday April 21st bought a significant amount of hype on social channels but now that weâ€™ve all calmed down (myself included), letâ€™s take a look at how Googleâ€™s […]
After all the waiting, Google’s Mobile Algorithm update is finally here. Coined as #Mobilegeddon we’ll now start to see sites that are ‘mobile friendly’ gain improved visibilityÂ in searches […]
When it comes to browsing the web, Google care about one side and one side only. The user. The user determines everything. Googleâ€™s goal is to provide the […]
When setting up Google Analytics for a client, one of the first things I do is createÂ an ‘Internal Traffic Filter’. For sitesÂ with low traffic volumes,Â it’s imperative to have […]
Nick and the team get analytical and delve deep into the data to see what our keywords have to teach us about local SEO.
Nick takes a look at the latest local Google update to land and explores how Pigeon affected our clients.
The Technical SEO Team share a few of their favourite tips, tricks and tools which may just come in handy the next time you're onsite.
If you're a small business looking to get online - this is the DIY guide for you!
Despite being around for several years, Video SEO is still a highly valuable part of technical SEO. In this tutorial, I’m going to share how I combine both […]