3 Methods That Will Help You Inherit Those “Better Links”

Andy Clarke Content Marketing, Inbound Marketing, Search Engine Optimisation, Social Media, Stuff

Day by day it’s becoming even more amplified that the traditional technique for link building is growing gravely out of fashion. The days of easily subscribing to blogger forums and bartering for link exchange will soon be dead . It’s now become an SEO’s mission to grab hold and retain possession of higher quality links…

Why Search is Changing

Ian Hancock Search Engine Optimisation, Stuff

Search is ever changing, as we are unable to quantify a users behaviour. How one person searches for something will differ from the next. It is because of this why SEO is always changing and as a result it’s a good idea to always understand how this effects SEO. According …

Take Advantage of the Referral Fee Ban

Ian Hancock Search Engine Optimisation

The referral fee ban which came into effect on April 1st 2013 by the Legal aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012, means that it is now an offence to pay or receive referral fees in personal injury cases. There will be a reform of “no win no fee” …

CWT Chamber Training From Miromedia

Andy Clarke Search Engine Optimisation, Stuff

Our very own Mark Gascoigne recently visited CWT Chamber Training, a leading provider of training and development, to offer the student apprentices his insight into the intricate workings of online marketing. Mark led the interactive session, providing information on how we at Miromedia implement our technological services in order to …

Site Spring Cleaning

Ian Hancock Search Engine Optimisation, Social Media

Here are 5 things to check as part of your website spring cleaning. All are fairly simple fixes. In no particular order: Site Speed One of the biggest barriers to good user experience is a slow loading site. There’s nothing more frustrating than having to wait more than a few seconds …