Articles by Adam Bunn
Adam Bunn is SEO and Social Media Director at Greenlight and is responsible for the strategic direction of the agency's SEO consultancy and link building products and services. Adam provides consultancy for clients who include LV=, Santander and Sky. Adam also oversees Greenlight's internal SEO training programme, provides training for the likes of the IDM and is a regular speaker at industry events.
By Adam Bunn | 22 April 2015 |
Last year Google started providing site owners with reports on its assessment of mobile usability, primarily looking at three overall factors: how well the site fits into a smaller screen size; whether the font size adjusts correctly for readers on mobile devices, and how well-spaced buttons and links are for pressing with fingers and thumbs. Google was able to start reporting on this because its crawlers (the software with which it discovers and catalogs content on the web) had become advanced enough to accurately replicate what a user’s experience of your site would be. The changes being rolled out now by Google simply takes these factors and makes them part of the algorithm by which pages and content are scored and ranked.
By Adam Bunn | 11 November 2013 |
Today, the new generic top-level domains (gTLDs), the thousands of new domain extensions such as “.photography”, “.london” etc., that will be flooding into the market over the next few months, took a step forward and entered a new phase where they are open to applications from anyone. In Greenlight's view gTLDs open up the possibility of the TLD becoming an important ranking factor in the future, particularly for the truly “generic” gTLDs (i.e. not brand gTLDs).
By Adam Bunn | 08 November 2013 |
The latest insights and updates in the world of Search Engine Optimisation from Greenlight's SEO Director, Adam Bunn.
By Adam Bunn | 27 September 2013 |
Google has announced news of what has been a silent shift to a new search algorithm, Hummingbird, the the biggest overhaul to its search engine since “Caffeine” in 2009, affecting 90% of searches. However, whilst Hummingbird will have clear implications for SEO, it is its Panda and Penguin updates – not Hummingbird, that will be the major cause of ranking fluctuations for the foreseeable future.
By Adam Bunn | 05 August 2013 |
I've resisted writing anything about "Penguin 2.0", the latest iteration of Google's flagship anti-spam algorithm that rolled out on May 22nd. Amidst the sea of SEO's telling everyone "it happened" and/or parroting out the usual information about what Penguin is and how you can avoid it/escape from it, I've struggled to see much point. Fortunately Google came to my rescue with a real peach of a SERP showcasing an example of Penguin, Panda, and Google in general really not working at all, providing me the perfect pretext to talk about it. I conducted an advanced forensic SEO investigation to uncover what you're about to see.
By Adam Bunn | 11 June 2013 |
It has been a few months since Interflora’s recovery from the landmark Google penalty caused almost certainly by a large number of paid advertorials and potentially by a number of other link building techniques. Following Interflora's recent run in with Google, SEO Director, Adam Bunn, questions the "state of link building".
By Adam Bunn | 19 October 2012 |
The traditional logic around Christmas SEO goes something like SEO takes 3-6 months to take effect therefore,to be on the safe side, SEO for Christmas keywords should start in July.Today, freshness is usually the focus of at least 3 or 4 Google algorithm updates every month, which shows us just how important it is. It means that search engines are much more reactive to what we as marketers do, and as a result “slow and steady wins the race” isn’t always true anymore.