Search engine optimisation (SEO) training – be a Hero

Posted by on Jan 28, 2017 in digital media, seo | Comments Off on Search engine optimisation (SEO) training – be a Hero

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Search engine optimisation (SEO) is a technique that is adopted to improve the visibility of a website. This is important for the marketing of your products and services. If you are new to this field, you can have professional training for it. This training will include some important concepts that can be utilised further for the improvement of SEO. Here are some key concepts that should be included in the training of SEO.

SEO Website analysis

The key points that will be addressed in the SEO analysis of website are explained below:

  • Ways to analyse a website
  • Analysis of competition
  • Keyword research
  • Ranking analysis

1.      SEO strategy analysis

This session will focus on the understanding of basic concepts of SEO, the ways to analyse a specific analysis, usage of SEO and other concepts.

2.      SEO optimisation- off the page:

The training of off page SEO optimisation will cover the points like book marking, rapport building strategies, content writing, submission of articles, press releases, commenting on blogs and forum posting etc.

3.      SEO optimisation- on the page:

The points in on page SEO optimisation are a content optimisation, image optimisation, HTML code, website structure optimisation, web master tools, analytics monitoring and setups etc. The ways that can be used to modify a website are also instructed. The main objective of attending an on page SEO optimisation training is to improve the confidence in the people that they are able to create a website that has a highly improved SEO.

4.      Marketing and optimisation- social media:

In social media marketing and optimisation, the trainees are provided with the appropriate guidance about the techniques through which they can achieve a proper social authority. Moreover, they should also learn the best ways that are required to be visible online. The increased visibility on the search engines is a guarantee that you are going in the right direction. The major content points included are social profile creations, social bookmarking, video optimisation, social media advertising (PPC), blogging and blog optimisation.

5.      Training for SEO tools usage:

Training for the usage of SEO tools is the major part of our training system. The tutorial sessions provided in the training will teach you the appropriate usage of SEO tools. The session will also focus on the importance of using these tools and google search engines. The other points included are webmaster tools, analytics, keyword planner, website analysis tools, SEO marketing tools, trend analysis tools and the related keywords research tools.

The training for the proper usage of SEO for your website is important in order to use the best techniques. This training will further help you in taking part in the SEO hero contest that is organised by Wix. Wix is a well-known company that provides the best website creating services to the millions of people clients around there. The SEO hero challenge is about creating a top ranked website. The winner of this challenge will get a prize money of $50000.

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Applied Graphene Materials Announces Amec Foster Wheeler As Its Prefered Engineering Partner

Posted by on Nov 19, 2015 in engineering, Engineering partners, Project management consultancy | Comments Off on Applied Graphene Materials Announces Amec Foster Wheeler As Its Prefered Engineering Partner


This week, Applied Graphene Materials have made a decision on who will be its prefered engineering partner. The company are pleased to announce that they have appointed Amec Foster Wheeler.

Amec Foster Wheeler have already been given a contract from Applied Graphene Materials which outlines exactly what it expect from its engineering partner. The contract states that Amec Foster Wheeler will provide engineering support to help with the FEED contract. FEED, for those that are not currently aware, stands for pre-Front End Engineering Design.

This is the second time that Amec Foster Wheeler had been in the news recently. Earlier this month the company announced that it was to make huge cost savings by the year 2017. The company stated that they were hoping to save at least one hundred and eighty million united states dollars.

Nick-shortenThe Managing Director for Capital Projects & Asset Management at Amec Foster Wheeler, Nick Shorten announced to the press how pleased the company are that they have been selected. He said that Amec Foster Wheeler is excited to deliver solutions to Applied Graphene Materials. He further explained that the skills and expertise that Amec Foster Wheeler can bring will allow the company to develop new technology. This is an exciting time for both Amec Foster Wheeler and Applied Graphene Materials.

Amec Foster Wheeler has a solid track record in working with proprietary technology providers. In the past, when working with this market, Amec Foster Wheeler have undertaken studies and developed groundbreaking solutions for a range of companies.

As well as working on the FEED contract, Amec Foster Wheeler will be responsible for providing engineering recommendations. Applied Graphene Materials are currently working on the proprietary process and engineering recommendations from Amec Foster Wheeler could be key to its success.

Whilst in a testing period, Applied Graphene Materials have created high purity graphene nanoplatelets. By basing these on readily available raw materials, Applied Graphene Materials have ensure that its nanoplatelets are sustainable.

In previous projects, Applied Graphene Materials have heavily relied on materials such as graphite. So, this new project is completely new territory for the company.

Amec Foster Wheeler is a British company that provides engineering and project management consultancy services to companies across the globe. Headquartered in London, England, it predominantly focuses on the oil and gas sector, but the company also work in the clean energy, minerals and metals, infrastructure and environment markets.

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The Oil and Gas Market Will Balance Itself Out

Posted by on Sep 18, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on The Oil and Gas Market Will Balance Itself Out

The OPEC Governor for Kuwait, Nawal al Fuzaia recently explained that the oil and gas industry would balance itself but, he claims that the industry needs to be patient.


The Governor made the statement whilst attending the Gulf Intelligence Energy Markets Forum in UAE. Fuzaia also explained that the imbalance that can currently be seen in the industry is a result of many factors and not just one. Previously, the imbalance has been put down to a decline in economic activity in China.


Fuzaia explained that China’s economic activity will resume and its slowdown is only a short term problem. He also mentioned that he did not think it would have an impact on the OPEC market share.


Back in November 2014, OPEC changed its policy. They made a radical decision and decided to go against prices by reducing output. This was because they wanted to defend their product and market share from other high cost supply sources and U.S. Shale Oil.


This policy change was not welcomed by OPEC but, Saudi Arabia and other countries located in the Gulf have stayed true to their word even though the price of oil has dramatically dropped. In fact, the price of oil has seen more than a fifty per cent decrease over the last year.


One reason why OPEC is unhappy with the policy change is that some of their members who are less economically secure have been deeply hurt. For example, Venezuela has been deeply impacted by the drop in price.


Fuzaia has further explained that in order for operations in the oil and gas market to improve, the company need more transparent data from China. This is to help those in the market better understand their requirements and demand.


He has clearly stated that this is not because those involved don’t trust China and the numbers they have given but, they are worried that the numbers they have given are a calculated demand and not the actual demand. These two numbers could be the same but, Fuzaia has explained that these two numbers could also be completely different.


OPEC are looking at ways to improve the oil and gas industry and in particular are hoping to support the Chinese economy. OPEC want to see sustainable and stable growth in both China’s demand and recovery but, if the country experiences a decline in demand, Kuwaiti crude oil would have to go to other markets.

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Posted by on Sep 4, 2015 in engineering, engineering survey | Comments Off on THE RESULTS OF THE SCOTTISH ENGINEERING SURVEY

Scotland’s engineering sector has suffered tremendously recently. They have not only seen a deep decline in output volumes and incoming export business but, the sector has also seen a huge fall in new orders. This has been put down to both the strong english pound and the current worries in the oil and gas industry. But, unfortunately that is not the only thing that the Scottish engineering sector has to worry about.

Scottish Engineering

A new survey was released by Scottish Engineering recently which also showed that the oil and gas industries workforce was taking a hit.
The survey which is released every three months showed that the low price of oil is starting to have an impact on those that work in the oil and gas industries. This includes those companies that produce equipment and components in the oil and gas sector too. Initially the oil crisis was just affecting oil companies directly, now it seems to be spreading to those that work alongside the oil companies too.

The Chief Executive of Scottish Engineering Bryan Buchan said: “This is a significant issue for many of our member companies, who are not directly involved in extraction on the UKCS (UK Continental Shelf), but who over the years have developed expertise in manufacture of components and equipment for the major players who are now radically curtailing their activities.”
He continued by sharing his opinion that the price of oil will stay low for a while. This opinion is currently widely expressed by a number of senior executives in the oil and gas industry.

lord veirBryan Buchan also commented about the impact the strong english pound is having on companies within the Scottish engineering industry. The strength of the sterling pound means engineering organisations in the United Kingdom are less competitive than organisations overseas.
The survey by Scottish Engineering also showed that the industry was also experiencing a slump when it comes to orders from both the UK and incoming export business.

In fact, only twenty three per cent of engineering organisations based in Scotland experienced an increase in orders over the last three month period. A whopping forty four per cent experienced a fall in orders and the remaining stayed the same.
The organisation behind the surveys are expecting another fall in orders over the next survey in three months. But, they do expect the pace of the decline to slow slightly.

The report showed that only twenty six per cent of engineering companies based in Scotland increased their staffing levels. Unfortunately twenty seven per cent reduced their employee levels and the rest kept the same number of staff.
Worryingly for engineers in the oil and gas industry, this is actually the third time in a row in which the survey has noted a fall in employee numbers. But, it is not all doom and gloom, these declines have been modest.

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Posted by on Jun 21, 2015 in pressure vessels, suppliers | Comments Off on PRESSURE VESSELS AND INDUSTRY CHALLENGES

Pressure vessels are very important components of the industry and are closely associated to daily life. They are structures such as pipes, bottles and vessels capable of holding internal pressure. Every industry small, medium, large or very large needs pressure vessels. Boilers are used for producing power. There are heat exchangers used in many industrial applications. Take the name of any industrial sector there oil tanks, pipelines, compressors for supplying compressed air for cleaning, pnuematic systems for instrumentation, pneumatic conveying sytems for transportion of solid, liquid and gaseous materials in the industry. Oil and gas industry, aerospace industry, marine industry, refrigeration and air conditioning systems use pressure vessels.

Safety issues with pressure vessels

                Pressure vessels are associated with lots of safety risks. Any explosion of pressure vessel can be very dangerous to the workers and plant and machinery. There have been serious accidents in power houses, cement plants, steel plants, chemical plants and aerospace industry resulting lots of losses of human lives and to the industrial assets. Airplane cabins is a familiar examples of the pressure-containing structures. The atmosphere inside the cabin relative to the thin air outside is a serious threat to the airplane if cracks are developed. Number of fatal tragedies have occurred from this problem. The famous tragedy is of disintegration of Comet aircraft in flight in the 1950s is still fresh in memory. The loss of a 5-meter section of a roof of the first-class section of an Aloha Airlines B737 in April 1982 is another important case showing the gravity of the dangers associated with the pressure vessels.

Pressure vessel suppliers are very concerned to determine the stresses and deformations in structures such as these as it will be the crucial measure for the safety of structures as the first step in designing against failure.

Need for industry standards, code and enforcing agencies

                The gravity of the consequences of damages to human life and property and the inconvenience they cause to the society is well understood by the manufacturers of pressure vessels. They are keen to adopt foolproof design of systems and components, selecting the right materials of construction and latest technologies in manufacturing the safe pressure vessels. Strictly following the industry standards and codes involving competent inspections in obtaining the right materials, inspection during the manufacturing and final inspection after the product is ready for use are of utmost importance for the manufacturers of pressure vessels. The safety of pressure vessels is not the concern of only the manufacturers of the pressure vessel but is for every one involved in the process like suppliers of the materials, equipment, instruments, testing agencies and enforcement bodies.

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