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Craig Campbell, Seo Expert

He's just going to get more content, more links, more, you know, everything else. So, dig deep, do research, make sure the person you're speaking to also has the ability and proven site record to do what they say they can do. Because one thing that really bloody bugs me in this industry is the amount of scamsters that are out there taking money from people and making someone like me look like an idiot to clients, because clients go Craig's too dial, when I'm not. And uh probably my heart of hearts knew that the 500 guy was too cheap there.
Yeah, so the first thing is obviously looking at the website, I think with a lot of these websites, they they cannot coach the action, the buttons, you're making it clear where to buy as always that you know, people don't do it the missing those basics. So make sure that everything get clear cold directions for when people do wander the website. The other two would be content and links you know, I know you've got your internal linking and your technical SEO and all that kind of shit. That's what I would expect from any website. So clean up that shit if it's not done already, but content and links have to be done.



And as you scale things back, I've still got a small team. You're starting out as a freelancer, I think I walked in my bedroom for three or four years. And I was going crazy and watching crap TV and not really doing a great job.
Because you're not marketing yourself properly. I mean, if you want to make X amount of money, you have to spend X amount of money to get there. And, you know, for any small business owner, don't always go for the cheapest option. So, I bumbled about in a few crappy jobs, you know, sales jobs and stuff like that.

Most importantly, be disciplined enough to stay relevant to your customers. This requires continuous fine-tuning of business operations and adherence to ever-changing digital trends. Invest in your personal development, as Campbell recommends, to keep up with the competition in the marketplace and expand your reach and customer base. If you’re like Craig Campbell he is the right person to learn from.
Left that job, ended up in a stationery company. They were trying to be revolutionary and have an eCommerce store and stuff like that. All you were doing was uploading that CSV file from the supplier. It was all duplicate content, all absolute garbage. BrightonSEO started out, like many a fine idea, as conversation in a pub.

The point here is to build your audiences on other platforms to drive traffic to your blog to not just rely on what we think is a good blog post and people. You got to obviously have to put in the effort but it will definitely be worth it. You can also find long-tail keywords people commonly use by researching upon the similar searches Google provides in the “People also ask” and “Searches related to” sections on its results page. There are a few other useful tools you can use for this. Google Keyword Planner is a free tool and uses the data the company collects on what people are searching for in the most popular search engine in the world. It supplies information related to how often people search for a keyword term and also the similar keywords people use to the ones that you provide already.
Welcome to another episode of eComOne, and today's guest is Craig Campbell. Now, Craig I've known from afar for a few years, although we've never actually spoken until today. Craig I would say is a prolific SEOer within the game, in the business for I think 18 years, maybe more. Craig Campbell is a Glasgow based SEO expert who has been doing SEO for over 18 years, working with clients and businesses, to optimise both local and national SEO. Craig is an SEO consultant & Train

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