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May 20, 2019

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Maximising your SEO as a Blogger

SEO is something that’s challenging for everybody who produces their own online content. Most of the time we define ourselves as ‘content creators’, ‘writers’ or the broader umbrella of ‘blogger’. But what comes under that? Photographer, editor, copywriter, coder, SEO specialist, social media guru…it’s quite endless.
Today I’ve teamed up with click.co.uk to share some of my own SEO experience and to hopefully help you learn how to optimise your SEO on your WordPress based blog. #SEOYourBlog

Get used to your platform

Firstly, you need to spend some time getting used to your platform’s interface, play around with categories, check out your tags, and for the love of god, make sure you have Yoast SEO. Know how to install plugins, know how to install mobile response themes (this REALLY helps Google to rank you) and make sure you’re able to access everything you need to access.

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Easy Ways to Reduce Your Daily Carbon Footprint

The planet is burning alive just a little bit isn’t it? Well, it’s more than just a little bit. The UK is declaring a Climate Emergency, and we all are doing our best to play our part in reducing emissions whilst the planet is dying around us. Species are dying out at alarming rates, the water levels are rising, and we’re seeing weather phenomena all over the world. It’s time we all make change, because if we don’t, we won’t have a planet to live on.
Today I’m here to offer a few quick tips on how you can make some easy changes in your daily life to help reduce your carbon footprint and change #HowMuchCO2 we use.
This post was written in collaboration with Viessmann.

Replace Old Boilers

Newer boiler models increase efficiency, and so have a knock on effect on carbon emissions! Less energy needed to heat water means easier access for water of the right temperature for you, and less of an issue for the environment! It seems gas boilers will be replaced by low-carbon heating systems in all new homes built after 2025 in an attempt to tackle the escalating climate crisis! Get ahead of the scheme, save some money in the long run, and reduce your effect on the environment!

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