Whether your site focuses largely on images or not, everyone should be providing as much information as possible for the images they use. If your site does focus solely on images, i.e. a wallpaper site, you’d be a fool not to provide any more information than the text on the page.
So, it’s 2016. I’ve barely just got used to it being 2015! Like every other year, Google will surely be bringing out new algorithm changes, which I will be posting about shortly. The internet is becoming more and more saturated with low quality websites automated (very poorly automated) to generate content that looks real. To […]
An experiment I’m currently undertaking is making a few different templates for sites to see which performs the best. I’ve had an interest in Adsense, SEO, the general topic area surrounding getting traffic to your website and making a profit from this, for a long time. I’ll first share a few brief points I’ve noticed […]
A recent post by Randy Brown of Grownupgeek was some food for thought in light of Google’s recent developments with their “seo killing” Panda update (see highly relevant image below) and the addition of the Google +1 tool.