Tag Archives: SEO

SEO: 8 top ranking factors for Google in 2017 [infographic]

The Google algorithm keeps on changing regularly, making life harder and harder for SEO experts. Some people assume that SEO is dead, but in fact SEO is alive more than ever. Simply, the old way of doing SEO is dead, or at least it’s not bringing the desired results anymore, whilst a new set of SEO… Read More »


Did you know Google+ Ripples? It helps you monitor shares of a post on Google Plus

UPDATE: Google+ Ripples has been terminated on 20th May 2015.   Last 20 January, the Google webspam team leader Matt Cutts posted about decay and fall of guest blogging for SEO. Whatever he says in his blog sound like the Bible for the SEO industry. Despite some times (like the above case) he might change… Read More »


PR on SERP: why copywriters should work with SEO guys. Barilla epic fail

  26 September, morning. Guido Barilla, co-owner of the famous Parma-based pasta maker, during a live radio interview (La Zanzara, Radio24), proudly claim that gay people would never appear on its brand advertisement because he and his company will always support ‘traditional’ families. After being provoked by the speakers on this topic, he replies that anyone… Read More »


Localisation vs English: what’s the best choice?

Internet expands market capabilities but language translation counts and has a cost. I am going to present in a very simple way a case of International SEO concerning the opportunity to translate a site content to get more customers from specific countries. What languages to prioritize, English (considered good for most of the countries) or… Read More »