I have actually started the long-overdue update post to cover all the stuff that has been going on here at Distilled (including growing to 13 of us in the now-slightly-crowded office). Before I finish that off and get back to the main task of writing about search engines and things, some more timely news - we're in The Telegraph this morning!
Over the last 10 days or so, I have been helping out a guy called Matthew Rushton who runs Mediator Magazine and Mediator Directory after being introduced by Richard Tyler, Enterprise Editor of The Telegraph. The time we have all spent thinking about the online problems facing small businesses in particular have now resulted in a great piece in the business section of The Telegraph (split into 3 on their website):
- Small firms switch on to search engine optimisation - Distilled's top 10 tips for DIY SME SEO (acronym central) - with some links to us, SEOmoz and our clients, Sofa.com - Matthew telling his story: Search engine optimisation: what's it worth?
Now, if you are here for the first time because you have read the Telegraph story, welcome...
Many of my tips are in the article, but feel free to get in touch if you have any specific questions and we'll do our best to help you out. Happy SEOing :)