A few months ago, I wrote a quick tweet with 10 very easy steps to help bloggers improve their website’s SEO performance. Safe to say it did rather well, with many of you asking me to go into more detail on the various steps as well as cover off some more complex details that require explanation. So, today I want to run through these 10 SEO tips for bloggers with more information and advice included, help translate some of the jargon you may here on a day-to-day basis and what to avoid as you begin to grow your SEO practices for the site.
Note: It’s important to remember that good SEO takes time and is a long-term strategy. It can take months or even years to get right so be patient with it. Your hard work will pay off. View Post
Today’s post is inspired by a variety of conversations I’ve had, both online and offline, when people have asked about interesting places to take parents or friends that have character and will impress. It is true that there are a whole host of options available to any Londoner, I have a few options that I always rely on and suggest to others. Each of these establishments feels special and has a quiet air of eccentricity without looking overly flashy. More importantly, however, they all offer an experience to their consumers which heightens any meal and will leave your guests thanking you for taking them there… View Post
The British spy genre has seen a variety of iterations and styles throughout the history of film. Whether it’s the suave charm of the different Bond films, the quiet suspense of “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy” or the non-stop action from “Spooks”, each one has contributed something new to the subject. However, the British spy legacy has found itself with a new entrant that has burst onto the scene with a mixture of dark humour, brutal action and sharp styles. “Kingsman: The Secret Service” looks to reinvent British espionage with its own modern twists and contemporary feel that instantly makes it a classic and a film fit for the modern gentleman. View Post
As the blog founder and editor, I spend most of my time editing and working on content that is hosted on this site. As readers of the blog you’ve probably read a fair few of these posts, however what you may not know is that I have also written articles and been interviewed on other sites. I wanted to post a few more of these on here to give you an opportunity to read them and see a few other talented members of the blogging community in action.
Blogger Showcase: Adam Walker of The Male Stylist – Mallzee
Mallzee, a popular shopping app based in Edinburgh has been doing blogger showcases to show off different styles in both male and female fashion. I was lucky enough to be asked to contribute to the blog to discuss my own personal style and the inspiration behind the outfits on the blog. View Post