Twitter Tips: 14 Ways to Get More Retweets on Twitter

By |Our Infographics, Social media|

Are you trying to get your business noticed on Twitter? Looking for ways to get more people to retweet your content? Twitter can be an excellent place for small businesses on a budget to build their reputation and generate website traffic. Retweets form a major part of your Twitter success so when we saw this article written by Jason Squires we knew we had to share it. We loved it that much that we decided to give it the infographic treatment and you’ll find that below. […]

Twitter for Newbies: 10 Tips You Must Follow to Achieve Twitter Success

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Are you new to Twitter and looking for some tips to get started? Or perhaps you’ve been there a while and never really got to grips with it? Twitter can be a great place to market your business but many clients we speak to struggle to get past the first hurdle so when we read this article by SocialBro about Twitter tips for newbies we knew we had to share it. It went down so well on Twitter that we decided to give it the infographic treatment and you’ll find that below. […]

22 Facebook Post Ideas That Practically Guarantee Likes, Comments and Shares

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Are you struggling to contend with the Facebook page organic reach decline? Looking for ways to increase likes, comments and shares without paying for ads? Facebook is becoming a harder place to market your business so the guys over at Post Planner wrote this article a few weeks ago which offers 22 ways that they say practically guarantees engagement on your Facebook page. We loved it so much that we gave it the infographic treatment which you’ll find below. […]

7 SEO Predictions That Could Determine the Success of Your Website in 2015

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Do you want to improve your search engine ranking in 2015? Want to know the SEO trends likely to hit the web and shape the success of your website? Google is constantly changing and we see 2015 being no different, they’ll continue to update existing algorithms and introduce new ones to keep up with the spammers and scammers that try to game the system. We’ve scoured some of the top SEO blogs on the interweb for their top tips and predictions for 2015 and have collated the most common in the infographic below. […]

20 Web Design Trends You Can Expect to See in 2015

By |Our Infographics, Web design|

Are you considering a website redesign in 2015? Do you want to know what trends will be rocking the scene in the year to come? We were recently contacted by The Founders Grid to participate in a survey surrounding the design trends we expect to see rise in 2015 and are pleased to say we were featured in the final piece, you can read that by clicking here. We thought we’d take it a step further and give the results the infographic treatment and you can see the top 20 trends below. […]

11 Reasons People Won’t Follow You on Twitter

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One of the many ways to measure your progress on Twitter is the number of followers you have. Having lots of real and engaged followers is seen a sign of popularity and makes other people see you as more influential. Obviously if you’ve been tweeting for a while, following other users and nobody follows you back you’re doing something wrong. If that’s you take a look at this infographic we’ve put together which highlights 11 possible reasons why. […]

43 Penguin Friendly SEO Tips for Page One Google Rankings

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Have you heard of the Google Penguin? Before you ask this isn’t a Google mascot we’re on about, it’s the code name for one of their spam fighting algorithms. It helps decide which websites are worthy of being on the first page of Google. To stay on the right side of the adorable creature and help lift your website up the rankings you need to follow the 43 tips in this infographic we’ve put together. […]

15 Ways to Screw Up Your SEO and Really Piss Google Off

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If you’ve kept up with industry news you’ll know that Google have just denounced the use of guest blogging for SEO. Their head of web spam Matt Cutts says the whole process has just got too spammy. Matt’s job is to make sure Google provides search results that are relevant and informative for the searcher and that results are free of sites using black hat SEO techniques to manipulate the rankings. Matt and Google have released a series of animal themed algorithm updates over the past few years to help combat these techniques, a process that has led to some within the industry to refer to them as the Google Zoo. That’s the theme in our infographic below which talks about these updates and outlines the SEO techniques they try to combat. […]