Jan 07

Query Level Duplicate Content – The Solution

Having unique content and a good link profile are the two main essentials for getting decent search engine rankings. But what happens if Google interprets your content as not totally unique? There are three ways of looking at duplicate content: A: Identical content on different websites B: Identical content on different websites but with the […]

Dec 20

Christmas search traffic

It’s the festive season and that means gifts and guzzling galore, with a well deserved few days respite from the working week. But does Google sleep? Of course not. The big G is busy entertaining queries from across the globe every second of every day and Christmas time is no exception. But what are people […]

Dec 11

Launching a new telecomms website this week

After a couple of months of solid work and undoing the complete mess the previous web company made we are almost ready to launch the brand new website for our goof friends at Overline. This is a real life example of why if you’re going to change your website it really really makes sense to […]

Nov 23

OK, OK, so you want an idea of how much web video costs

That, of course, is the million dollar question! So, maybe you read my last blog “Did you know that by 2013, 90% of all website traffic will be generated by video?”In that I tried to explain that a) making a decent video that works well for your company is a complicated business and b) that […]

Nov 13
Nov 12

How Much Does SEO Cost?

Every Monday it’s the same, we get enquiries on the phone and via the website asking about potentially engaging Artemis’ services, which is great, but there is always one person who wants to know a precise figure as to exactly how much an SEO campaign is going to cost. And what can you say to […]

Nov 08

Another happy Surrey SEO client

We have been working with a great local family run Kitchen Company since the start of August, they’ve had a website for years but mainly as an online brochure rather than a sales enquiry generator. We have been working hard to get maximum coverage for the areas they cover and introducing social media and setting […]

Nov 01

Foursquare As A Local Search Engine

Hands up if you’ve seen this before? Look familiar? We bet it does! Foursquare has been around for a bit now but if you’re suddenly seeing a lot more info, stickers in shops and general news and talk about it, the app coming up on your “suggested apps” or on your iPhone Genius lists, it’s […]

Oct 24

The changing face of linkbuilding

I’ve blogged before about Google’s algorithmic evolution and how the search giant is constantly making adjustments to the way in which it ranks and rates a site. It’s a fundamental reason for the big G’s sustained success and the reason we Google subjects we want to search for rather than Bing or Yahoo them. The […]

Oct 17

Google’s New Disavow Link Tool Is Finally Here

In the old days Google used to state in their webmaster guidelines that “there is nothing anyone can do to harm the rankings of your website”. After many years and realising that that was a complete load of rubbish, they changed it to something like “there is practically nothing anyone can do to harm the rankings […]