Pete Campbell

  • Mobile First Index and 7 Things You Need to Stop Doing Immediately

    Mobile First Index – Why is Google changing their index after so many years? Google’s “desktop first” index has been around since the very beginning of this search engine. Why is it now getting abandoned and pushed aside as a backup? What is mobile first index and will the other search engines follow? The fact that mobile searches have topped the number of searches from deskto ...

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  • 6 Content Hacks to Earn More Links

    13 September 2016 BY Pete Campbell Content marketing has a number of KPIs, from Social Interactions, Organic Traffic, Social Engagements to Link Building. Many brands have Content Marketing strategies in place, but what quick things can they change in order to give their content the best chance of earning off-site coverage and followed backlinks to their site? Why link Bui ...

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  • 10 Open Data APIs Built By Brands To Use In Your Content Campaigns

    Earlier this year, I wrote an opinion piece that looked at changing way consumers interact with content online, using mobile applications rather than traditional websites. As a result brands need to more than ever start investing in building open APIs and data sets so that they can ensure ‘organic’ visibility in third-party apps and use them as an opportunity to secure free ...

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  • The Future of Technical SEO is Open Data

    In my opinion, we’ll see a pivotal shift in Technical SEO over the next few years from making website performance recommendations to instead focusing on open data strategies. In other words, how brands can use their data to secure organic visibility across a wide range of apps, platforms and devices.

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  • Why Every Brand Needs to Migrate to HTTP/2 & How To Do It

    Why Every Brand Needs to Migrate to HTTP/2 & How To Do It Estimated reading time: 8 minutes, 24 seconds Google, Microsoft, Mozilla and Apple are desperate to encourage all brands to ensure their website is compatible with the relatively new HTTP/2 protocol which is now supported by each of their web browsers – Chrome, Edge, Firefox and Safari.

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