Monthly Archives: <span>August 2012</span>

Interview with Oleg Korneitchouk

In our last interview with Anthony Pensabene we mentioned that we didn’t only want to feature SEOs and inbound marketers who already have names that are effectively known brands, but rather focus on some folks that we’ve met through various websites that we feel deserve the spotlight. Today we’re talking to a chap called Oleg who we Read more »

How To Setup A WordPress Blog – Part 3

If you’ve been following this series of posts on how to setup a WordPress blog, you’ve chosen your domain name and a host and you’ve installed WordPress. Now comes the fun part. Choosing a theme for your blog. You need to identify exactly what it is you are going to be using your blog for. Read more »

Interview with Anthony Pensabene

Whilst we appreciate that every industry has a few people whose names are known by everyone, there are always those that we feel should be known and today’s interview is with someone who fits this type exactly. We met Anthony Pensabene aka Content Muse through his blog and it became very clear that he has a talent Read more »

rel=”next” and rel=”pref” for SEO pagination

Towards the end of 2011, Google announced the usage of certain tags to assist with SEO pagination and the avoidance of duplicate content inside archives. When Google makes an announcement of this nature and goes on to provide a solution, it should be taken seriously and that’s why we’re discussing this topic again today. Website Read more »

Google Search showing only 7 results

There has been a lot of discussion in the SEO industry about many search queries resulting in only 7 results aposed to the usual 10 results that we’re all so used to.  Search queries showing in only 7 results are appearing more and more, and very little correlation data is available at this point. I Read more »

Let’s look at the 2012 SEO Industry Survey

It’s that time of year again when SEOmoz announce the results to their survey on the SEO industry. This is an exciting time for SEOs, companies that employ SEOs and anyone who is interested in SEO as the insight provided is invaluable. First up let’s take a look at what a typical marketer in the Read more »

Keyword analysis through organic traffic to pages

There are many ways to do keyword analysis, but as Google slowly but surely pushes for a “logged in” world, so will the “(not provided)” results increase and so will keyword analysis become harder and harder. At some point we imagine that “(not provided)” will make up for 90 to 100 percent of keyword data Read more »

How To Setup a WordPress Blog – Part 2

Okay, so you’ve downloaded WordPress, chosen the hosting for your blog, along with a domain name. Next up is installing WordPress. There are a couple things you need to have and do. Firstly, you’re going to need some software and access to your site and its directory. You’ll be needing FTP access to your web Read more »

Interview with Michael King

A lot of SEO’s and inbound marketers are data crunchers and aren’t the most out-going bunch, but there are personalities that keep the industry interesting and exciting with their extroverted personalities and crazy antics. One such person I started following many months ago was Michael King aka MyCool King aka @ipullrank. Michael became of interest Read more »

Free Promo Codes for Serperture

We’ve been really busy here at Serperture and the results are showing – July marked our largest month in terms of organic visitors and we’d like to say thank you by giving away two promotional voucher codes to show our appreciation for your ongoing support. First come, first serve: How to use a voucher Simply Read more »