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I have found that since PageMax completed the SEO work, our rankings have greatly improved in some cases securing us with number one rankings. The direct result from this has been increased enquiries and in some cases from companies/organisations that we had previously tried but were unable to secure responses from. As we monitor all incoming sales calls we know a very large percentage have found us through internet searches, this all has led to new sales/orders being secured, so I could not be happier with the outcome. I look forward to working with PageMax into the future.

Philip Daly

Director, Total Event Rental

Everyone knows the ranking on Google is key to any website’s effectiveness. Before we began working with PageMax SEO we were not appearing on Google’s radar at all, not even in the top 100. Since PageMax has taken the reigns on our SEO campaign we have seen huge increases to our website traffic and overall level of enquiry. We are now featuring on page 1 for our targeted key words and every report from PageMax sees an improvement. We look forward to continued success and effective through our collaboration with PageMax SEO.

Christy Hanbury

Managing Director, Creative Play Solutions

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PageMax SEO Ireland offers a superior search engine optimisation and web design service to help businesses improve their search engine rankings and overall online visibility. SEO is really at the core of our business. This is why we are appearing for search terms such as SEO Galway, SEO Dublin and SEO Ireland. We strive to be the best SEO Company Ireland has to offer in terms of results and return on investment. Never before has it been more important for Irish businesses to strengthen their online visibility. If your goal is to get to the top of Google and increase sales then our expert web design and SEO Services will need to be part of your marketing strategy.

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International and Local SEO: What They Have in Common

Local SEO is very much different from international SEO. With international SEO you are targeting a much wider audience. With local SEO you are targeting perhaps only the people in your city or maybe in your country. Although they have a lot of differences, they also have a lot of things in common. Keyword content Regardless if you are writing for local or international customers, one thing is true and that is keyword content is essential. Google has long been using keyword patterns to determine the locality of the search. This is not limited to the inclusion of geographic terms in the search query but also the positioning of the geographic term in the search query. In international SEO, geographic terms have the power to confuse, as well as clarify the search terms. However, the principle remains true. The search query has useful indicators for both local and international locations. Using an IP address One good solution which helps determine local and international SEO correctly and easily is with the use of an IP address. IP location is different than it was ten years ago. It has become very accurate however it benefits local SEO more than it does international SEO. Mobile search Mobile search is now becoming more and more popular as these handy devices have also become more indispensable every day. It is important for any site owner to consider the needs of the mobile user or else the business will be losing out big time. Nowadays it is mandatory for websites all over the world to have a mobile version if they aim to reach a... read more

Images and Social Media

One of the most popular forms of content in social media are photographs or pictures.  Pictures are easily consumed, helps tell stories without consuming too much space and requires less reading. Not everyone who goes on the Internet likes to read. As a matter of fact, a huge percentage of people dislike reading long articles and paragraphs. They would rather look at pictures which tell stories. Everyone is busy nowadays and do not have the luxury to sit down and read pages and pages of text. It is easy to make pictures work for you and your site. However, if you want to be truly successful when it comes to using pictures, we have some tips for you which will give you the results you have long wanted. Helpful Tips Use large images For any social media news, the largest images must be used.  Nobody likes to look low resolution images or images which are small. Confused about what people call “largest” images, your default size for largest should be 800px wide. Mark original pictures How many times have we seen original pictures being used by someone else and being claimed by other as their own? This is a crime which is not new. A lot of people and sites are guilty of it. If you are using your original pictures, mark them so as to prevent others from stealing them and using them without any attribution to you.  However, you should also remember that excessive watermarking and labeling can be detrimental to the success of your social media site. Use the same size of images Never make the... read more

Google’s Take on Piracy

Piracy has always been a big issue online and quite a lot of sites have been accused of committing it. Instead of sitting down and waiting for action, Google is taking it upon themselves to weed out sites accused of piracy. Google has introduced what it calls its Pirate Update and since it was launched there has been quite a number of DMCA requests. According to TorrentFreak.com, Google has already taken down more than 50 million sites for violating DMCA in the year 2012 alone. Google has removed more than 51 million links from their search engines and more than 7 million of those links were issued by the RIAA or the Recording Industry Association of America. There has been a sharp increase in takedown requests per week and the numbers have dramatically climbed up since the Piracy Update was released. Fraudulent DMCA Requests There was also an ill effect to the Piracy Update and that is the fact that there have also been lots of fraudulent DMCA requests. It seems that a lot of people have been abusing the algorithm. According to TorrentFreak.com, a site called “Yes It Is!-No Piracy!” has been issuing DMCA requests even for content which are perfectly legal. The company issues takedown requests in behalf of movie companies such as Century Fox, Lionsgate and Summit Entertainment to name a few. Included on the list of pages requested to be taken down are legal copies on Itunes and Amazon.  Even pages on Wikipedia were requested to be taken down. In most cases, Google refused to take down or remove the URLs requested which only underscores... read more

Merchant Reviews and Rankings

It has been highlighted in the past how a merchant with terrible reviews was still able to rank high on Google.  This has baffled a lot of people because they have this belief that a site with terrible reviews would also rank terribly. Recently, Google has announced some changes to its ranking systems which will prevent similar things from happening again. Google aims to correct this by rolling out updates which will help businesses get the rankings they deserve. Collecting reviews and using them Google collects reviews from all over the Internet to help them rank sites. These aggregate reviews are collected from all over the Internet. Google Product Search gives merchants an overall page for their reviews and Google is now using these reviews in their ranking algorithm although they never explicitly said that. Google reported on their last blog post that the algorithmic solution developed can detect merchants which provided poor experience to their users. The algorithm has been incorporated in their search rankings so that all users will have a better experience. Google, however, refuses to reveal the details of their so-called solution. They do not want to divulge their data sources and how the data have been combined to improve the rankings. Google is Using Reviews Google has denied using reviews for rankings. However, a lot of people are feeling that Google is not telling them the truth. If Google does not use reviews, they are left with very few options to help them determine if a merchant has good or bad reputation.  Although Google uses rankings, it does not mean that reviews override all... read more

Click Through Rate Study on Google Organic Results

Advanced Web Ranking put out some new analysis on click through rates in Google organic search results. It’s been some time since we got our hands on fresh organic CTR data and with all the changes in Google’s search results it’s an insight into how these changes are affecting organic click through rates. The information below is solely based on Google organic search results. The study shows that on average: 71.33% of searches result in a page one click Page two and three receive 5.59% of clicks The first 5 results on page one account for 67.60% of all clicks Results from 6 to 10 only get 3.73% of all clicks   These statistics remind us of how important organic search is and that trust is placed in the top few positions on Google. Download report here.    ... read more

Relevance Will Help you Succeed

SEO or search engine optimization is work which I deeply rooted in relevance. Although there is always something new every day and the terms searched for by people are not always the same, one thing remains true, and if you are not relevant you will likely be forgotten. There is always the chance to win every day. Just like in games, there are days when the odds are in your favour and there are days when it just is not. Competition is just like that. Sometimes you win and sometimes you lose. However, if you have been losing a lot lately, you might want to rethink strategy. It might be time for something new. The competition in the SEO industry with all the updates and changes from Google is like a game of cat and mouse. It is important for everyone who produces content to always look at their articles and blog post. Exciting and frustrating All the changes today is both exciting and frustrating at the same time. Everyone is in pursuit of making their rankings better and winning over the competition.  One way of doing this is to always think about what you are posting. Is it relevant? Will people be getting information from it? Will it be helping them? Will it get their attention? Relevance has become the new PR tool today and without it, what you do will be for a lost cause. Essence of Modern SEO It is high time to focus on the content being produced instead of backlinks and getting more traffic in ways which are frowned upon or considered improper. The... read more