Twitter me @jimboot - The Australian Govt is trying to bring in Internet censorship through the implementation of a Clean Feed filter. Find out why it will kill the AU Internet industry as we know it.


My submission to ABC AU Q and A programme. If they don't show it I'll call it the Video ABC didn't want you to see!


Fight Internet Censorship in Australia. Check out Tell your mum the filter can't work



SEO is a fickle beast. We see a lot of companies go through a redesign and then disappear from Google. Here's how to manage your rankings during a redesign like a pro


Here's why good SEO is expensive.


Ossie Motor now running at 320RPM still on a AA cell non-recharagable 1.5V battery. Some clarification on the polarity of my coils. Circuit @callanan at This one has been running now for about 15 hours


If you have been hit you should be able to recover very quickly.


It's a big week for big news on the net. This week I take a look at what Google insights for search can tell you about opportunities as well as look at some simple steps to make sure your new domain name transfers cleanly from the old one


Here are 4 things to help make your SEO skyrocket your traffic with a Post Panda/Penguin Google.


This is a follow up to the direct registrations story of last week.


this is a little tweak that doubled this client's traffic.


with Google funneling so much of our online lives the recent DMCA announcement is a bit scary because of what they're NOT telling you


Google Chrome next year will come with an ad blocker. It will block all ads that do not meet the coalition for better ads standard


This is a response to the thread going on at overunity.com on magnet batteries.


It's ecommerce month for us! Here's two important tips.



Are Facebook using bots to boost their advertising clicks or have your competitors found a way to hit your ad budget where it hurts? In this week's show we take a look at Limited Run's explosive claims that close to 80% of their Facebook ad clicks came from fraudulent bots!


Google is emailing warnings to users and a way you can see the https not secure warnings. The link for the chrome hack is


This is why we are so forensic when it comes to SEO. It's better for the user and great for Google.


You need to move your site to https by January. If you don't Google Chrome users will see a message that your site is not secure. Here's how to do it.


This week I review a site on shopify and find a bunch of common SEO issues


This is pretty amazing. I'll be using it next time and putting money on it.


Semrush updated its ranking factor report last week. I love the results but many find them controversial.


The new search console is currently being rolled out to everyone. This is what I consider to be it's best feature.


How To Remove Fake Reviews From Google 1. Address The Fake Review 2. Flag the review 3. Contact Google About The Fake Review Via Phone 4. Legal Removal Request Here's how we did it. Visit the link to see how they were finally removed


Have you seen a big spike in traffic from Reddit & Lifehacker. You're being spammed.


with Chrome 56 now showing Not Secure warnings, here's where Google is taking the HTTPS warnings.


Google updated it's link schemes document this week. It looks like backlinking is dead.


when you are already on the front page for a phrase every little thing counts to get you up those extra spots to no.1


Joost de Valk (you might know him as the founder of Yoast) has come out with a new article this week, condemning sliders on sites. Joost’s recommendation is closely backed by many other CRO & SEO heavyweights, including Tim Ash & Tim Stewart. In the same week, Neal Patel proudly backed sliders and their success. So who can you believe? Both, actually - they’re talking about entirely different things. I’ve been keeping a close eye on large, image heavy, rotating ‘carousels’, like the ones you might see on a retailer’s homepage featuring different promotions. And just like Joost, I’ve realised how much they suck - along with some other design choices that could be blocking your audience from finding what they’re really after. ____________________ Like my ranting? Hit SUBSCRIBE to stay ahead of your competition - a new video is out every Wednesday, working through SEO trends and developments. Get these straight to your inbox - Got something to say? Drop me a line in the comments, or tweet us @jimboot @stewartmedia ____________________ Jim Stewart is the SEO mastermind (see: nerd) behind StewArt Media, one of Australia’s leading Digital Marketing agencies. Every week since 2003, Jim has been in front of the camera ranting about SEO current events - breaking them down, working through them and solving mysteries and misconceptions that can give your business an SEO advantage. Jim’s not about making high-def, well-dressed videos - he’d rather get real information out ASAP. You’ll see this ethos in action with Jim’s ‘low maintenance’ hair style. Unpolished and candid, his channel is the REAL SEO experience - real people doing real work, solving actual problems and helping the wider industry. Want Jim working on YOUR site? Visit us at stewartmedia.com.au Tweet us: @jimboot @stewartmedia Stalk us: Stewartmedia.com.au facebook.com/stewartmedia twitter.com/jimboot twitter.com/stewartmedia


These results are ridiculous. Ever since the early update in Oct I've been seeing irrelevant results like this. Are you?


I get asked this question a lot.


Ossie Motor with Metglas toroids. I had 12mm squareloop & 19mm nonsquare. They fitted inside each other then into the centre of the air coil. Weird effect.


The phrase ‘Non-technical SEO’ has been floating around for the last 18 months, and its following is quickly growing. We hadn’t given it much thought before now, so we put out our feelers to our fellow Internet users. I quickly realised non-technical SEO is something I’ve been backing all along. Marketing is back in fashion (with a fancy new name) and building a strong brand presence complements the technical SEO work you do across your site. ____________________ Like my ranting? Hit SUBSCRIBE to stay ahead of your competition - a new video is out every Wednesday, working through SEO trends and developments. Get these straight to your inbox - Got something to say? Drop me a line in the comments, or tweet us @jimboot @stewartmedia ____________________ Jim Stewart is the SEO mastermind (see: nerd) behind StewArt Media, one of Australia’s leading Digital Marketing agencies. Every week since 2003, Jim has been in front of the camera ranting about SEO current events - breaking them down, working through them and solving mysteries and misconceptions that can give your business an SEO advantage. Jim’s not about making high-def, well-dressed videos - he’d rather get real information out ASAP. You’ll see this ethos in action with Jim’s ‘low maintenance’ hair style. Unpolished and candid, his channel is the REAL SEO experience - real people doing real work, solving actual problems and helping the wider industry. Want Jim working on YOUR site? Visit us at stewartmedia.com.au Tweet us: @jimboot @stewartmedia Stalk us: Stewartmedia.com.au facebook.com/stewartmedia twitter.com/jimboot twitter.com/stewartmedia


It’s been another interesting week in the StewArt Media office - I’ve tried something different with a client’s site and the results are quickly paying off. For this retailer, I discovered the two highest traffic pages were hiding away in sub-menus and not delivering a great user experience. So what happens when you put them as top level navigation items? 10 days later, and there’s enough data to draw a conclusion. The lines between optimising for your users versus Google are becoming increasingly blurred, and for good reason. Our office is debating if certain changes really are 'technical SEO', or simply common sense that boost user experience & conversions. PLUS, Bing Ads - are you missing an untapped goldmine? Combining a high-converting audience with an improved user experience could give a MASSIVE boost to your revenue. ____________________ Like my ranting? Hit SUBSCRIBE to stay ahead of your competition - a new video is out every Wednesday, working through SEO trends and developments. Get these straight to your inbox - Got something to say? Drop me a line in the comments, or tweet us @jimboot @stewartmedia ____________________ Jim Stewart is the SEO mastermind (see: nerd) behind StewArt Media, one of Australia’s leading Digital Marketing agencies. Every week since 2003, Jim has been in front of the camera ranting about SEO current events - breaking them down, working through them and solving mysteries and misconceptions that can give your business an SEO advantage. Jim’s not about making high-def, well-dressed videos - he’d rather get real information out ASAP. You’ll see this ethos in action with Jim’s ‘low maintenance’ hair style. Unpolished and candid, his channel is the REAL SEO experience - real people doing real work, solving actual problems and helping the wider industry. Want Jim working on YOUR site? Visit us at stewartmedia.com.au Tweet us: @jimboot @stewartmedia Stalk us: Stewartmedia.com.au facebook.com/stewartmedia twitter.com/jimboot twitter.com/stewartmedia


Every morning I check my twitter feed to see what is happening in the world. This morning I'm focusing on a Search Marketing Expo happening in Toronto for some great tips covering keywords & clandestine data collection. Only the last 2 mins of today's show is about the minister for Silly Lists.


Last Thursday (14 Sept), Google released another announcement about moving from the old style m-dot sites to newer, mobile responsive sites. M-dot sites are a subdomain of a preexisting site, and were used by businesses in the very early days of Internet enabled mobile devices. Responsive site designs have now been around for a number of years and enable the original version of your site to be viewed on any device automatically, rather than creating a duplicate version specially coded for mobile devices. M-dot sites can result in duplicate content, faulty redirects and a whole lot of extra work if implemented incorrectly. With Google’s imminent shift to mobile-first indexing, potentially incomplete M-dot versions of your site will be prioritised in search over fully enabled desktop versions. ____________________ Like my ranting? Hit SUBSCRIBE to stay ahead of your competition - a new video is out every Wednesday, working through SEO trends and developments. Get these straight to your inbox - Got something to say? Drop me a line in the comments, or tweet us @jimboot @stewartmedia ____________________ Jim Stewart is the SEO mastermind (see: nerd) behind StewArt Media, one of Australia’s leading Digital Marketing agencies. Every week since 2003, Jim has been in front of the camera ranting about SEO current events - breaking them down, working through them and solving mysteries and misconceptions that can give your business an SEO advantage. Jim’s not about making high-def, well-dressed videos - he’d rather get real information out ASAP. You’ll see this ethos in action with Jim’s ‘low maintenance’ hair style. Unpolished and candid, his channel is the REAL SEO experience - real people doing real work, solving actual problems and helping the wider industry. Want Jim working on YOUR site? Visit us at stewartmedia.com.au Tweet us: @jimboot @stewartmedia Stalk us: Stewartmedia.com.au facebook.com/stewartmedia twitter.com/jimboot twitter.com/stewartmedia


yep another update. But there's mobile friendly and then there is mobile friendly


Google news sends out info to publishers. Which are actually best practice SEO tips


How social media & search provide different but complimentary marketing services. This book is now banned in AU. online. I go take a peak at the stupidity of Internet censorship.


Soft 404s can be the difference between you being no.1 or no.20. Google makes them available today.


I'm looking forward to seeing what comes next.


Following up on my post re jcpenney paid backlinks fiasco I have a big announcement for us prompted by the raft of bad web design we see as well as waste on social media projects. Web Design Melbourne


I have added pu coils and I have measured up to 2.6volts across a cap. Just a quick vid to show how the trace has improved. THe switch spikes are only in the valley's now & more evenly spaced which is why I think the RPMs are higher. new


I can confirm one site mentioned has recovered this morning by removing tag pages and stopping Google crawling parameter pages. our clients did not get hit by this but a lot of businesses did. I suspect those more worried about external ranking factors and less about internal.


There's been a lot of talk about Google bowling and how the Penguin update now facilitates that. I disagree. Here's why


Well if organic social media is dead where should you be spending you time? Snapchat?


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