Should I have Mutiple Domains Names

Posted on March 14, 2009 under SEO

A client comes to me and says “I run a furniture business here on the Irish border. I’m actually thinking of registering a .ie, .uk and the .com, so that way I’ve covered every market, every search engine (, and and to save work load I’ll keep the content same on all sites.”
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Claim back a Hijacked Google Maps Listing

Posted on February 24, 2009 under SEO

I noticed that when I searched on Google for keyword terms related to a client’s website, the ‘10 pack’ results that appear when Google believes it’s a ‘local search’ were correctly showing the client’s website. When I did a few more searches on other relevant terms it would show the client’s name (spelt slightly differently with a spacing in the company title) with the same address but different telephone numbers, and a different website address.
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SEO Tools that got a mention at SES 2009

Posted on February 22, 2009 under SEO

Here’s a quick list of a few tools that got a mention during the sessions from day 3 of Search Engine Strategies 2009.
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Does Pay Per Performance SEO work?

Posted on February 6, 2009 under SEO

Every other email I get sent is from an SEO company promising the earth. Every other telephone call seems to be from the same company. Every business forum has the ‘I run one site’ SEO expert posting do-it-yourself SEO tips, or the standard SEO company offering to promote your site for as little as £100.

No bloody wonder everyone is confused. I remember one of the first things my last client asked was, can anyone do SEO? Believe me, it’s harder and more time consuming than you might think especially in tougher markets.
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Credit Crunch Offer

Posted on February 2, 2009 under General

Here’s a one time credit crunch offer for small to medium sized business in Belfast that have an underperforming website. I’m offering FREE consultation on the 1st three businesses that want their site reviewed.
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Belfast Telegraph is harmful for your computer

Posted on January 31, 2009 under SEO

Google reckons the Belfast Telegraph website is harmful for your computer!

Belfast Telegraph Google Results

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Search Engine Strategies 2009 London

Posted on January 21, 2009 under Events

Search Engine Strategies 2009 – London kicks off on the 17-19th February so hopefully I’ll be attending on Thursday 18th, the 3rd day session and am really looking forward to it.
Search Engine Strategies London 2009
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Will the credit crunch affect web designers?

Posted on January 16, 2009 under General

During the middle of last year with the credit crunch in full swing the effect on web designers was arguably neglible, indeed most web designers and design agencies were busier than ever.
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Work Plans for 2009

Posted on December 31, 2008 under General

Well a flu-ridden Christmas is finally over and another New Year’s Eve is here, so it’s time again to make some plans for the coming year.

Looking back on my plan and goals for 2008 it was rather ambitious and with the amount of client work that I had I wasn’t able to cover everything in great depth though I was able to touch on most things. Most of my efforts this year were concentrated on SEO and PPC and luckily enough this brought with it a few new clients and work on some exciting projects in challenging competitive markets.
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Promote your Business on Google Maps

Posted on November 27, 2008 under SEO

Pay Per Click isn’t the only relatively quick and easy way to get your business listed on Google. Google Maps offers every local business the opportunity to rank on Google without the cost of PPC and a search engine optimisation strategy.

The best thing about adding your site is that it’s absolutely free. Compared to a listing in Yell that recently cost £300 + VAT or an enhanced listing in 4NI it’s a must for any local Northern Ireland business so why not take advantage.
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Michael Wall

Michael Wall is an experienced web developer based in Belfast N.Ireland currently running his own web design company.

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