Gloucester based SEO launches Blog
11/08/2009

Justin March a local web designer and SEO has recently launched a Blog to help him market his business. The blog currently entitled “Musings of a UK SEO Consultant” will cover a multitude of marketing related stories but will also deal with appropriate stories from the local Gloucester & Cheltenham areas.

Online PR News – 08-November-2009 – – Justin March a local web designer and SEO has recently launched a Blog to help him market his business. The blog currently entitled “Musings of a UK SEO Consultant” will cover a multitude of marketing related stories but will also deal with appropriate stories from the local Gloucester & Cheltenham areas.

A Blog or Weblog is just like any other web site except that (once the blog itself is set up) the content may be more regularly updated.

The “Musings of a UK SEO Consultant” Blog constructed using Wordpress may be located on Justins’ own site at http://www.justinmarch.com/blog/ and although it has not been going for long there are already a few posts for visitors to view. Including a post that relates to the key differences between Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and Pay Per Click (PPC) and another listing Justins’ Top 5 SEO resources for beginners. Justins’ immediate plan for the blog is to concentrate on adding quality content so at present visitors will be unable to comment on any of the posts, the comments will be open for the first time from the 30th November.

Justin is a trained Web Designer with over 10 years experience helping companies with their web design and marketing. Based in Stonehouse near Stroud Justin is available to serve clients in Bristol, Gloucester, and Cheltenham and throughout the UK. He made the decision to go freelance on a full time basis in April 2009 when what was a part time project became more and more demanding on his time. Justin stated that “I am happy to start the blog, but it will take a lot of effort to post ongoing content that has value to my site visitors. I am particularly interested in debunking some of the sillier myths surrounding Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and Pay Per Click (PPC) while covering relevant marketing news from the Gloucester & Cheltenham areas.”