JonQuinton

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YouTube Playlists: An Amazing Source for Content Ideas

Having to come up with ideas on the spot is really tough. In fact, I think it’s a bit of a myth. Everyone I know who’s been great at improvisation in some form or another has always managed to achieve that through hard work, and building up a library of material ready for that next […]

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PPC Insights for SEO: Reducing CPA

Recently, I was speaking with a potential client about what success to them would look like, and one of the key priorities was a reduced cost per action (CPA). Not rankings, not increased revenue, but reduced costs. I find it strange that this is such a rare request when talking about SEO projects. Many of […]

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Gathering Data with the Sina Weibo API

Hong Kong. Being on the fringe of so many different cultures creates a multitude of marketing challenges that you don’t have to consider when working in the UK and the US. Being outside of what most of us would consider our comfort zones to be, it’s something I’m finding incredibly exciting to learn about. So […]

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A4Uexpo Slides – Remaining Agile in 2013

Time moves fast in search. It’s why I enjoy SEO so much – you’re never standing still for very long! This does mean however that one of the key skills for site owners is to be able to spot changes, understand those changes and then know how to react appropriately. Today I presented at the […]

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Content Strategy Beyond Top 10s – Webinar Slides

Thanks to everyone who tuned in and joined myself and Dan last week for our ‘Content Strategy beyond Top 10s’ webinar. As always, it was a really enjoyable experience and we really do appreciate all the feedback and questions! The idea behind the webinar was to explain our approach to defining a content strategy right […]

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SES London, Analysing Searcher Workflow

As an SEO, looking at searcher workflow is definitely a very interesting topic to dive into. Starting with trying to figure out exactly who might be searching for your product / service and then finding the need that initially drives them to search, it can be fascinating to go deeper than just looking at keywords […]

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SearchLondon – Site Audits in 10 Minutes

10 minutes isn’t a great deal of time to cover the topic of site audits; but it’s definitely enough time to start looking into a website and gathering the all important 1,000 foot view on what issues might be impacting performance in organic search. There’s certainly a lot to be gained from loading up a […]

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SES Singapore – Link Building Tools and Tactics

Link building started for me when I was working on my own sites, having absolutely no understanding that what I was doing had any real bearing on rankings and search traffic. All I wanted to achieve was editorial reviews (online and off) and gain as many mentions as I could possible get. Looking back at […]

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Excel for SEO Masterclass – Our Next Webinar

Following on from the success of our first webinar, we’re happy to announce that we have the next one planned for Tuesday 28th August at 4.30pm. This time round, Richard’s going to be running through a Masterclass in Excel for SEO focusing on using API’s to build reports and tools within Excel. If you’ve never […]

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Adventures in Link Removal – Slides and Webinar Recording

Wednesday afternoon witnessed the very first SEOgadget webinar – discussing the subject of link removal. A huge thank you to everyone that joined us, we had a really good time and of course huge props to Oli Mason for putting together such a brilliant presentation. The reason behind wanting to discuss this topic was that […]

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Adventures in Link Removal – Join Our First Webinar

Since launching the link clean-up and contact tool, we’ve been receiving quite a few questions about our approach to link removal. As such we thought we’d hold a webinar dedicated to explaining our ‘link clean-up and removal’ process. We’ll be explaining everything from why we are spending time removing links and how we are going […]

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Link Building Lessons from Swiss Toni – Think Visibility

Today I presented a link building session at Think Visibility in Leeds, quite possibly my favourite conference! My attitude towards link building is that it involves hard graft, intuition, and imagination; I wanted to look into these aspects and see what lessons can be learnt from the world of sales and business. After all, what […]

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Combining AWR and Screaming Frog to Spot Quick Wins

First things first, I’m extremely happy to announce that I’ll be joining the SEOgadget team within the next couple of weeks. This really is massively exciting and I can’t wait to get started on working with a great bunch of people on some fantastic projects! For my first post here on the SEOgadget blog I […]

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