The Harvest blog

Category: SEO

In SEO, there is no such thing as too much information. Whether you are investigating a specific page, contemplating a new keyword strategy, or planning an outreach campaign, there are always many angles to look at. As much as paid tools are awesome and helpful, you don’t always have to spend money for gaining good […]
Post by Kamilla Revfy

Apr 19, 2022

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This article aims to cover why some product images get picked up by Google in the organic search engine result pages and some don’t. After this, we will suggest a variety of solutions for SEO content marketers to implement. In a nutshell, the image should be relatively lighter (compressed) and should have a strong focus […]
Post by Pierre Ogier

Mar 17, 2022

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When the SEO and PPC teams are closely aligned and executing their strategies with full effect, this can be a richly rewarding and efficient way to improve your brand’s digital performance. However, not all teams work together as closely as one might think. Often, each team is focusing on their space and not looking at […]
Post by Kyle Ross

Feb 15, 2022

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Google Trends shows you what people have been searching for on Google. It’s a great window into what people are concerned about at any point in time – and then how long those concerns persisted. Right now the UK – alongside much of the rest of the world – is in lockdown. In the UK, […]
Post by Mike Teasdale

Feb 02, 2021

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Our SEO team put their collective heads together and came up with this list of key trends that we expect are going to be important in 2021.  Do you agree?  Please comment below…     1. Core Web Vitals – speed and other new tools    Core Web Vitals will be big in 2021. If you have […]
Post by Kyle Ross

Jan 11, 2021

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In this article we’ll get you to know the latest web server protocols that really matter today when it comes to speed. It’s absolutely mind-boggling what Google Teams have developed and see it adopted by the top 19 Alexa’s websites. This single connection protocol is called QUIC and it bypasses all TCP limitations that we […]
Post by Pierre Ogier

May 12, 2020

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A JavaScript-based website means that you need JavaScript code rendered/processed before serving the content to the web user and any User-Agent. Traditionally, Google was only looking at the raw text-based content that we’d get in the HTTP response body and was unable to interpret what a typical browser running JavaScript would see. When websites started […]
Post by Pierre Ogier

Oct 15, 2019

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Website optimisation… Now there is a buzzword that everyone is constantly talking and writing about. Maybe you thought optimisation was a strictly mathematical term if you were one of the math geeks like me who took calculus. To put simply, website optimisation is making sure the website can achieve business goals. Not only is it […]
Post by Pierre Ogier

Mar 05, 2019

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There are roughly 33 million voice-first devices in circulation, including the Amazon Echo and Google Home. Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google Inc., announced at Google I/O that over 20% of mobile queries are conducted by voice search. This seems like an enormous amount, and one that ComScore predicts will more than double in the next three […]
Post by Pierre Ogier

Aug 01, 2017

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Digital marketing conferences are a great way to refresh your knowledge of the industry, mingle with other professionals, and hopefully learn something new from leading experts. Search Leeds was no exception – and even worth us Londoners venturing up to Leeds at 7am. As a performance agency we are always looking to share our insight, […]
Post by Madeline Embleton

Jun 16, 2017

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