Advance technical SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) encompassing all factors of on-page technical compliance and off-page link extensions strategies.
Digital Brand Strategy
All encompassing digital brand strategies including everything from content marketing and social media strategy through to PPC and CRO.
Advanced web analytics including the monitoring and analysis of core performance and conversion statistics to understand and maximise ROI.
Extending business reach to local customers through methods of organic optimisation and citation, and advanced methods of paid search advertising.
Hello! I'm Chris Ainsworth, a digital marketing and search engine optimisation (SEO) consultant with 10 years experience within the industry of search marketing.
I'm an established team member at one of the UK’s leading integrated digital marketing agencies, High Position, where I reside as Senior SEO Consultant and Technical Team Leader.
I pride myself on bringing maximum exposure and maximum ROI to businesses of all sizes, providing technical search marketing advice, marketing consultancy and brand strategy which I have delivered to SME's such as DNA Kids, Matrix Uniforms and Rose Calendars, national organisations such as British Safety Council, HCA Hospitals, and Hillarys through to global brands such as Direct Asia, Cartoon Network and Cengage Learning.
Can Screaming Frog Check a Website/Web Page for Instances of Schema Mark-up? That was the question posed to me earlier this week. The short answer is yes, you can, and it’s actually extremely simple. For those who may be unaware, in July 2015 Screaming Frog launched a new feature in version 4.0 called ‘Custom Extraction‘[…]
WordPress is an extremely powerful content management system and is now utilised by a wide range of organisations across the world. The current stats from BuiltWith indicate that 51% of the entire web now uses WordPress: Source: http://trends.builtwith.com/cms Some of the main reasons for using WordPress are: Cost = it’s free! It’s open source with[…]
My bug bearer of the week: referral spam! How much of a pain in the a**e it is become over the past few months?! I’ve now got to a point where it’s got so bad I had no choice but to seek a solution. I have purposefully avoided researching and implementing methods of identifying/handling referral[…]
Those who know me will know I’m a family man with 3 children. Anyone with children will know that they’re often not easy to entertain and that good entertainment often comes at a price. Like most children mine love nothing more than expelling their excess energy at the local parks where they can run and[…]
Every now and then you may want to extract a list of URLs from a Google web search for a particular search query. The most common reason for this (in my experience at least) is to obtain a list of all URLs which Google has indexed for your particular domain. This process itself can be[…]
Delete filterpipelineprintproc.dll via Command Prompt. filterpipelineprintproc.dll and relevant files/folders are temporary files which are generally left on the operating system drive after installation of the .NET framework. Often the files are not automatically removed after installation of .NET and present an “access denied” error upon manual deletion. Microsoft State: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/951847/en-us Issue 1 After you install[…]