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SEO & Why it kicks Ass



Presentation delivered at Manchester Metropolitan University to web design/development students. Providing a general overview of SEO and our approach at PushON.

Presentation delivered at Manchester Metropolitan University to web design/development students. Providing a general overview of SEO and our approach at PushON.



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  • SEO & Why it Kicks Ass Friday, 26 December 2010 at Manchester Metropolitan University
  • Hey, I’m Mark
    • Search Marketing Consultant for PushON
    • Specialise in paid and organic search
    • Worked on a number of award winning marketing campaigns
    • Digital enthusiast!
    Twitter: djmayne2001 Linkedin: Mark Mayne Website: PushON
  • What We Will Cover
    • The Search Landscape
    • How Search Engines Work
    • How to Optimise Your Website
    • Promoting Your Website
    • Why Become an SEO
  • The Search Landscape
  • The Rise of Search
  • Global Search Share
  • How it Looks in the UK Data from Hitwise
  • How is Search Changing
  • Real Time Search
  • Personalised Search Google tracks your browsing history Serves results based on previous search history and preferences An aspect of search that Google is actively pushing
  • Local Search
  • Mobile Search Rapidly growing sector that allows users to have a wealth of information right at their finger tips.
  • How Search Engines Work
  • Search Engine Spiders A search engine spider is an automated program that reads web pages and follows links to other pages within the site.
  • Building an Index Once a spider has crawled a page it records various bits of data about it.
  • Delivering Relevant Results
  • How to Optimise A Website
  • SEO Process
  • Optimise Your Code
  • What to look for Hidden text Inline Styling & JavaScript Menu implementation Coding techniques used - Frames, Flash Presence of Sitemaps SEO friendly URLs Custom 404 Pages Header Tags Meta Data
  • Optimise Your Content
  • Content Strategies Optimize Existing Content: Develop New Content:
  • Optimise Your Connections
  • Partners & Link Building
    • Correlation between rankings and link acquisition
    • Build a natural link profiles - Quality of links over Quantity of links - Find ways to get links that your competitors can’t - Use existing business partnerships and relationships - Develop link worthy content
  • Optimise for Conversion
  • Improve Conversions
    • - Review the ways in which users can make bookings, purchases or sign up for a newsletter.
    • Long signup forms, long checkout process, broken links and lack of trust.
    • Continual improvement to conversion rate
    • Split testing, don’t make assumptions
    Source: stayonsearch
  • Promoting Your Website
  • Social Media
  • Link Building
    • Directories - Guest Posts - Article Marketing - Online PR - Business Partners - Link bait
    Source: seogo
  • Paid Advertising
  • Why Become an SEO
  • The Women?????
  • Maybe Not….. But Why Become One Great community here in Manchester - Regular events, football & more It’s a relatively New industry Never the Same, changes almost daily Competitive Nature Informal approach Get paid to surf the internet! SEO’s hold a certain amount of POWER! (BD Recruitment example)
  • BD Recruitment
  • Take Away Points!
    • Twitter for Job Search in Digital Sector
    • Setup your own Blog
    • Come along to industry events
    • Setup numerous sites and test different theory’s
    • Things never stay the same!