Okay, yes! There are loads of blog posts with examples of calls to action out there already, but we’re often asked for good examples, and having looked through some of the existing posts, they don’t do exactly what I want. The aim of this post is to provide a list of examples without too much complication to give designers or SEO’s a quick point of reference and inspiration from some of the best designed calls to action on the interwebs.
When trying to login to wp-admin I was faced by an unfamiliar white screen of death with the message “Not Acceptable” and the error code 403.
I did a bit of searching around and could find the answer that solved the problem for me. I did see a few posts about bot attacks but they didn’t say how to fix the problem.
Before I begin, I should let everyone reading know why I’m posting on Butters’ blog. I work with Chris in…
So you’ve mastered best practices for keyword research, anchor text placement, and managed to perfect a few link building tactics.…
Bookmarklets can save you time and make you more effective/dangerous in your SEO work.
Here are some of my favourite for your enjoyment. Simply drag and drop the links to your bookmarks and you’re good to go.
I am a big fan of Bookmarklets. They don’t take up RAM and get straight to work when, and only when, you need them.
I’m also a big fan of Copyscape. It’s a really quick and easy way to test page content to see if it has been duplicated on other sites. You just enter the target URL and it returns a list of pages with similar or duplicated content. Clicking through the results you can see each page with the duplicate content highlighted.
Do Search Engines Still Look At Heading Tags? Heading tags cause confusion for a lot of people. There is conflicting…
Know you’ve got some important questions to ask your new client, but can’t remember what they are?
This is a quick reference for those of us who forget what we want to say when it’s most important. Suggestions accepted!
Tired of the Same Old SEO Plugins?
I don’t know about you, but I don’t particularly like having big heavy SEO plugins clunking away all the time in my browser….
For the aspiring digital marketeer a good profile image is more important than just looking pretty. Many of us egotistical types engage on social media and other community platforms with the (at least partial) goal of building a personal brand.
Find out how you can make the most of your profile with 5 simple changes.
This is just so useful I wanted to include it on my blog. Mainly for my own reference. Checkout the…