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SilverDisc has been providing a quality ethical approach to Search Engine Optimization since the mid-90's and our founder, Alan Perkins, has helped define the Google Webmaster Guidelines still in use today. 

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SilverDisc's Top Ten Most Read Blog Posts of 2013

Happy New Year! I hope you all enjoyed 2013; let’s have a look back on our most popular blog posts of 2013. Read More...

A Really Short Guide To rel="publisher"

A Really Short Guide To rel="publisher"

We've all heard of the Google authorship mark-up, in fact you've probably seen it in the wild - someone's tiny portrait beside their blog post. Read More...

Optimise YouTube Video Content

Optimise YouTube Videos With These Five Tips

It can take a considerable number of hours, and a decent budget, to put together good videos to post to a YouTube channel. The chances are you’ve created videos to help your customers make informed purchases, or perhaps your videos help people who have bought your products get the most out of them. Read More...

AuthorRank and Authorship: What Is It?

AuthorRank and Authorship: What Is It?

Over the last few months there's been some fuss about the implementation of "authorship" by Google - and what it all might mean in the long run. We thought it would be worthwhile talking about what Google is doing about "Authorship". Read More...

Is your website SWEATING!!!!

What's The Cost Of Not Having A Responsive Website?

Is your ecommerce website working hard enough for you? Is it really sweating? You know smartphones and tablets are more important than they've ever been - but is your site working on those platforms? Read More...

Next Generation Site Architecture

Next Generation Site Architecture - a report from SES 2013

At SES 2013 I was privileged to be sharing a platform with Google's Maile Ohye. Maile is Google's Developer Programs Tech Lead and (like most techie Googlers I've met) is both a very smart person and a very friendly person. The panel was "Next Generation Site Architecture" and Maile and I shared the various components of this topic across our two presentations resulting in a rounded and complete hour on the topic, ably moderated by Will Critchlow of Distilled. Read More...

Making Sense Of Google AdSense Part 2: Managing the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Making Sense Of Google AdSense Part 2: Managing the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Once you're set up with AdSense you'll soon want to get a firm grip on the reins of the beast. You're probably obsessively checking the ads on your site to see if they're working, and just what kind of ads Google think are appropriate to show on your site. Read More...

Making Sense Of Google AdSense Part 1: Is AdSense Right For You?

Making Sense Of Google AdSense Part 1: Is AdSense Right For You?

Google AdSense has a lot going for it. You may have some concerns though. What about all those terrible "one tip for a flat belly" ads ? Will your site immediately come to resemble one of those? Or worse, what if you get it right, but you've set up your ad templates in a way which sees you penalised by Google's Panda update? Your hard-fought rankings could be savaged! Read More...

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