Domain Authority is a number invented by online SEO thought-leaders Moz, which is designed to approximate the website’s ‘strength’, ‘clout’, ‘respect’ or ‘propensity to rank well’. Moz describe it like this:
Nowadays it's getting easier and easier to make branded videos, if you feel like you're late to the party don't worry. This blog will help. First things first, film something. Oh ok, you’re not sure where to start? Fair enough, why don’t you read my Online Video 101 blog and make yourself a quick action plan...
It was recently revealed that humans now have an attention span shorter than that of a goldfish. We’ve turned into image zombies, flicking from cat gif to 'célfies' to pictures of our best friend’s lunch, constantly hungry for visual media to satiate our appetites.
All day, every day us monkeys are busying away doing all the things, doing them all of the time online. We can be getting our social on or downloading all of the words to Excel (with the occasional break to watch Stars in Their Eyes with Matthew Kelly) to be frank, we spend a lot of time on the web.
Google’s been making a lot of changes of late. In April we had the slightly over-hyped #Mobilegeddon algorithm update, and in stark contrast we've recently seen the stealthy “Quality Update” slinking its way through SERPs.
Having tested loads of different combinations, the Community Management Team at Noisy Little Monkey are convinced that the 'killer combo' of Buffer & Hootsuite gives you (and us) the best possible results in terms of scheduling and measurement.
It's that time of year again. The new year, with heaps of New Year's resolutions and on how 2014 could be the year where everything is better than the last. If you're looking to improve your online presence, then this is definitely the blog for you. In October, I mosied on down to SearchLove and came away brimming with ideas and tools to try.... A few months on, while I still bang on about storytelling, I've not quite got round to testing all of the tools and apps suggested...