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Take a look through our list of blog articles on subjects such as SEO and content strategies. Click on the title of the blog to read the full article.


Best free SEO tools #5: better meta tags with Screaming Frog’s SEO Spider

Date: 24/07/2015

SEO isn’t a mystery: it’s more like the virtual equivalent of good housekeeping or car maintenance. And if we extend that idea, we’d have to say that optimised meta tags are like making sure you empty your vacuum cleaner or oil your engine: not a key daily task but things will go more smoothly if you do.

Today, we walk you through an easy way to touch up your title tags. By using an SEO Spider, which you can download free from creators Screaming Frog’s website, you can streamline your online marketing efforts.


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6 common SEO mistakes made by small businesses

Date: 16/07/2015

Ever asked yourself “why is my website not ranking?” Are you flummoxed by Facebook or too busy to Tweet? Well, we might have some handy hints and tips here at Trendzer HQ.

Our online marketing consultants have put together a quick guide that features 6 SEO and social media sins: these errors are often made by small businesses. Take a look and see if you’re guilty of any of the following mistakes: we offer some solutions too, because we’re cool like that!


Top Tips for Choosing and Editing Your Imagery: Part 2

Date: 09/07/2015

Choosing images is a crucial part of the design process. You need to think about the perspective of your images and how they fit with your design.

Need to spice up your website's appearance but not sure how to do it? Well we have some expert advice coming your way. This week, we hand off to our Lead Digital Designer who provides some more excellent tips on how to choose and edit your imagery.


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5 benefits of cloud computing for small and medium businesses

Date: 03/07/2015

You’ve probably heard TV adverts or industry peers mentioning “the cloud” in relation to computing. But what is your understanding of the cloud as a tool for small and medium business? With more and more companies utilising cloud computing, it’s important that you should understand why they are making the switch. After all, it is predicted that by 2017, 50% of companies will be using the cloud to some degree. And the same article suggests that 85% of new software today is being built for the cloud.