Has your phone stopped ringing? read this – SEO experts in Darlington

If your thinking of getting search engine optimisation done to your website/s after seeing where your website now naturally sits then this brief article may shed some light on the battlefield of SEO sales people you face and may help you to spot if they up to date and on point with their information.

Established in early 2016 UK Web Geekz was setup in Darlington, England with the aim of providing the next generation of search engine optimisation combined with a top notch web design service not only in our hometown of Darlington but the whole of the UK initially. With ties in Middlesbrough , Durham & Newcastle we would be interested to hear what you think about the following post and how it reflects on what other SEO companies have been offering to you.

Google is forever changing its algorithms and moving the goal posts to and throw with regards to ranking websites so we have come up with a way to build your online presence in a continuous safe way. It is this method that our whole business plan is based around and it utilizes all of the latest trends towards a spam free search that Google would like.
Imagine having your online marketing campaign automated and not be worried about a panda, penguin or rank brain.

For too long now SEO companies offer all types of back linking services that are just stereo typical of what`s been going on for years. Google knows this and although it cannot discount links in its ranking calculations it can filter out the spammy websites by the footprint that they leave. Every type of site has a footprint unique to its industry and this allows Google to mark certain sites as suspicious, they also use a range of other signals to judge if you are real like social interaction, phone verification, social data hub signals, click through rate and more.

We have methods that utilize the web how it is supposed to be used which has the side effect of social signals, traffic and brand authority along with the occasional link from multiple reputable authority domains. Hold on a minute is that not what Google is looking for in 2016?

Platform A does not say that you cannot advertise on Platform B and likewise Google does not say you can only advertise on PlatformX. So you are allowed to advertise on many platforms and get your brand out there, many companies miss this vital information and skip to building back-links to websites which is what Google clamps down on.

The good part is how 90% of this can be automated once the initial build is done meaning you can spread your content/brand/advertising to many places with just 1 button (we get to hit that button not you though unfortunately).


Let these following points be clear about what it is we do not do

We do not just post your bumf to something like buffer and get it posted to twitter, Facebook etc
We do not set machines building links to your sites automated or manual
We do not link to you from shady, spammy unhelpful websites or pages


Let these following points be clear about what it is we do

We can’t tell you all of this yet, imagine that, our local rivals will be stealing our game and being un original! Haha but seriously our whole plan is based around avoiding the strategies of the last 5 years, claiming your footprint on the web instead of trying to hide it like most SEO companies do if they are smart enough to hide it. We are basically saying to Google hey come and look at our site we are connected everywhere and we are legit. You can see what were doing for you anytime you ask were transparent with our clients.
A lot of people are probably going to want to know what and how we achieve what we say but they will just have to try and see – it works PERIOD.

http://www.ukwebgeekz.com via SEO Darlington, SEO Company Darlington

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How to submit any URL to the Google index

The average user will probably not require this but if you do manage your own online presence then this will maybe help.

Often for SEO we build links to our websites and properties as part of increasing your traffic, some of these links will be on new domains or pages and these can often take time to get indexed sometimes due to the shear scale of the domain or simply that it is not a particularly active website/page.

For this purpose Google have Search Console Crawl URL Feature that enables a user that is logged into Google to be able to submit any link to the index of your own or other. This is no guarantee that the URL will get indexed so you cannot force the index of a malicious URL for example but most URLs will get indexed in just a few minutes.

You can test to see if a page is indexed using the following text example in the Google browser


The url will show as a search result on its own as in this example picture


If however it is not shown then this is when you would submit the url to be indexed if you wanted it to be indexed faster than default.

Remember some links never get indexed which is why it is a good idea to force the index as much as possible because a page that is not indexed has no value to pass to your properties.

It is really simple to use:





If you have any questions leave a comment, likewise if you have any more ideas of what to write about next leave a comment 🙂


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Web design trends for 2016

Websites are an essential part of creating business brand awareness these days. The user experience they provide can turn visitors into customers and make them identify with the company’s identity in seconds.

Web design trends move rapidly and 2016 isn’t an exception. If you wonder how to improve your website design going hand-by-hand with the challenging and agile digital world this year, let us present you some, which in our opinion, will mark the future.

Stories are not for children, only. Not anymore. Everyone loves a good story and even more, a digital one. Many companies integrated this concept into their websites, already.

We’d like to introduce you the story about The Boat.

The page is constructed in black and white, with a parallax effect telling a narrative through a strip, which will take you deep within the words and leave you impressed for a time to come. You just can’t stop thinking about it, talking about it, express your fullest impressions about it. It’s seducing.

Another website, which will leave you breathless. Just take a quick look at Peugeot Hybrid 4. It can’t be quick, we know. You just can’t get enough of it, right? Their Graphic story just leads you forward and ahead with the simplicity of a scroll. You get the visual and the cognitive satisfaction in a package.

Peugeot Hybrid’s website moved the boundaries of ordinary. Many of the concepts developed in this article already apply to it. Internet blasted over this perfect user experience it provides.

As a part of every storytelling, there is the animation segment. We all adore it. Disney is the perfect prove of it. Their evolution from monotonic cartoons to dynamic animated movies and our reaction to it, tells us a lot about the sleeping child in each one of us.

It’s spring. And we’re animal lovers. Our next choice is a website that will brighten your day with a cute, wild kitten that will fleet inside your monitor to lead you into another stunning website experience. Check out Babel The King.

Hand-drawing and handwriting
Another section of storytelling. We decided to talk about the way stories are told. The progression of content brings us back to hand-drawing and handwriting. Take the ancient predecessor out of you! Mint can lead you through that journey. The subtleties of yellowed paper, old letters, feathers and hand-created writing is what makes this website lead you, sorry, bring you back, from Modern to Stone Age.

Divided screen
You can’t differentiate a story just through visuals, content and the manner of telling it. You can also diverse it through the way all those aspects are ordered in the screen. A divided screen is one more thing that crosses future web design. Since yesterday was the start of the week, we are one day late from saying Hello Monday.

Long Scroll & Swipe
Moving on to the next one. We got to ask the question: is the following long scroll trend keeping the scroll and swipe moment for some time? Or, how long is it going to take to evaluate into a simple human gesture? You noticed this element in the previous ones, but here are some more examples of how to scroll your way into the website, from left to right, or just scroll. Or maybe all three of them combined.

Another trend we’d like to mention here is the speed of the website. We all are busy. We all want to spare some time. But, will the digital future look the same? As you already noticed in Trippeo, the modern concept of fast and slow has significantly changed. Just take a quick look at Karlovy Vary. We know it can’t be fast, but you got to admit something – it’s quite worth the time.

Hidden menus
Have you played hide and seek as a little child? Let’s play a digital version of it. Ever wondered where the menu form went? It transformed into a hamburger button. We know it sounds a little silly, but the hidden menu is here. You better apply it, as Silenza and Maecia successfully did.

Can’t trust what you can’t see, right? That’s why videos will rule the digital world in the time that comes. Nike already followed this trend by engaging visitors to wake up the website’s character. And if you are searching for a website trip on Titanic , then enjoy the stunning experience. We guarantee you, it’s not about sinking, but quite the opposite.

HD images
Additionally to the video movement, comes the HD image implemented to fulfill the visual user experience. Are you up for a travel adventure? We are sure you will be excited to take this trip Or just read Alex’s story to complete the journey.

Dynamics are on their way. As much as we love videos, we will like web parts to flow around our monitor, so we can follow them with our eyes, like Imaginamos do.

CSS shapes
Another futuristic fragment will be the CSS shapes . Don’t have an idea what that is? Just imagine a text modeled around a shape you like. Let’s take the sun for an example. Crazy, right?

Material and Flat design
While talking about the sun, let’s rise it! Ever heard of material design? This is it. Simplicity and sophistication. No three-dimensional effects. Just an interplay of icons, typography and color.

Shadows and depth
We mentioned shadows and depth earlier. That’s something a flat design certainly isn’t! But here’s the perfect example of depth and it’s fascinating! Nature is awake. Let’s go to the zoo!

Responsive design
But, back to simplicity. Responsive design is how users want to interact with you. Easy reading, easy navigation, easy call to action. A must-have for e-commerce! We chose this online store to respond to that wind.

While talking about a call to action, see how General Motors chose to engage customers as a way to be responsive to their customers.

Micro interactions
And as a finalization of this future-journey, we can’t finish but mention the micro interactions. Ever heard of a switch to make your electric energy go on-off? Of course you did. It’s on your wall. Micro interaction are those “small” details in the future digital world. They will combine call to action, process and give feedback through a simple buttons clicking. Switch it on, please!

Web design trends for 2016  was first published on  https://letimoch.wordpress.com

here is a great video which shows some of the trends mentioned above from  2016