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Beginner Blogging Tips for Small Businesses

Beginner Blogging Tips for Small Businesses

Date: 19 August 2016

If you have you been thinking about how to get more visitors to your website, you should think about blogging. Are you pondering how you can improve your ranking on Google? Consider blogging. How do you add value to your site visitors’ experience? Blogging. How can you generate more inbound links for your site? Blogging! How can you attract more visits from social media? You guessed it! After optimising your site, starting a blog is a great next step to up your game. 

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Five ways to spend a fiver to boost your business

Date: 05 August 2016

You’ve probably thought long and hard about how you invest in your business, what fits with goals and business type. We’re not going to pretend we know better than you about how to invest your money, but we’re going to let you know of five ways to invest only £5 to boost your business. Sounds good?

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Five ways to spend a fiver to boost your business
Adding value to your customer base with an MSP

Adding value to your customer base with an MSP

Date: 22 July 2016

A managed service provider (MSP) is a company that offers and manages a set of remote IT services to your clients on a monthly subscription model. It’s an easy way to bridge the gap between the capacity of your IT department and the increasing demand your customers have for fast-moving Cloud business technology.

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The SEO strategy for SMEs: long tail keywords

Date: 1 July 2016

It’s becoming harder and harder for your website to be found in search engines. More companies are spending money on SEO and search advertising, and Google is giving ads more space on the results page. In order to compete as a small or medium-sized business, you need to change your SEO strategy: stop focusing on head terms and embrace the long tail keyword. 

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The SEO strategy for SMEs: long tail keywords