Gary Cottam

Gary Cottam

Author at Phoenixrealm.com

Gary Cottam is the founder and CEO of Peterborough-based company Doublespark, where he is able to apply his skills and expertise in the realm of Graphic Design, Web Design and SEO. His passion for these areas has also led him to become chief editor of the Phoenixrealm SEO blog, keeping readers informed of the very latest developments.

Gary lives in Cambridge with his wife, Lucy.

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Google PRoblems

Seen changes, whether good or bad, in your Google page rank lately? You shouldn’t be surprised since Google since according to Matt Cutts there was a PR update that took place end of last month. If your site was …

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Images and Page Rank

Though we do not use images here at Phoenixrealm if you have a website or blog that does use images you should take into consideration the impact that they might have on your page rank. According to Microsoft’s patent application …

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The Possible Problem with the Search Box

The great thing about internet users is that browsing/surfing behaviors evolve rapidly as they learn to do things the more efficient way. One of the things that users now depend heavily on is the search box. Search is no longer …

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SEO Techniques: Article submission

Among all the SEO techniques, article submission can be one of the most successful. Article submission generally refers to the writing of articles that are relevant to your online business and then getting them added to the popular article submission …

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Country Specific Local SEO Tips

I have been busy lately and have not found the time to blog so much; something I intend to rectify. One of the thinks I have been busy with is optimising for local search. Here a a few basic tips:…

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Scrapers and the Duplicate Issue

We’ve all been warned again and again about the problems that duplicate can bring. However, the truth is that nowadays it is not really such a big deal anymore. This doesn’t mean that you should start plagiarising other people’s stuff …

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