Mila is a Content Marketing Consultant at SiteVisibility's. She writes on a number of topics like content trends, strategies and new ideas, as well as company events, seminars and webinars, changes in the industry, and new team members. Read more of Mila's posts here
We were very happy to have our first Search Innovation Seminar in Birmingham on 17th May. We had great presentations on What Google Might do Next, Local Search and Performance Display, and Incorporating Social Media into your Marketing.
You can find the presentations below, and if you’ve got any questions, let us know in the comments or tweet @BrummieSEO!
What Will Google do Next?
In this presentation, we’re discussing what Google is trying to do, how they do it, and the reasons why they’ve made the recent changes like Penguin to their algorithm. Most importantly, Google seems to be demonstrating the importance of ethical linkbuilding. Read on
In this webinar, Graeme and Jo are discussing how to incorporate social media into your current marketing, the importance of using it properly, what makes social media different, benefits of using Social Media and
which platforms you should be using.
Our Digital Insights Manager, Graeme, recently gave this presentation at the 2012 Travel Technology Show. The presentation is a best practice for growing your online business, increasing the reach of your brand and re-thinking the way you design your website for foreign markets.
Posted by Mila in News on January 19th, 2012 0 Comments
We have some exciting news for all of our podcast listeners! Drumroll please…you can now find our podcast on Stitcher Radio. We’re really looking forward to this partnership because Stitcher allows you to download our podcast and lots of others automatically without having to worry about refreshing.
We know that someone you were wondering about getting the Internet Marketing Podcast onto to your Android phones, and this is the way to do it. If you go to Stitcher’s website, you’ll be able to download the app (for free!) for your Android phone, your iPad, and your iPod.
Katie Swan from Speed PR was in the SiteVisibility Offices last week to learn and share knowledge. She wrote this blog post about her experience here with us.
Online content is being generated at a staggering rate, so just how do you make your company stand out from the crowd? I’ve spent the week at SiteVisibility, to find out more about SEO as part of a skills exchange programme between SiteVisibility and Speed Communications.
As a PR, I’m all too aware of the increasing shift to online media content; an increasing number of people are turning to online news sites, blogs and social networks for their daily news fix rather than relying on the paper. This content remains online long after it has been written – what do you want people to find for your company when they search online?
Posted by Mila in News on December 1st, 2011 0 Comments
As you’ve probably heard, Apple has recently introduced Siri. Siri allows a user to speak into their iPhone in order to set reminders, dictate texts, emails and notes. More importantly for the search industry, Siri does web searches in answer to questions like “is there somewhere to eat around here” or “what’s the weather like in Paris”.
Many in the Search community are debating what this means for search, as asking Siri a simple question will differ from accessing the web and doing a search. We’ve rounded up some articles about the anticipated impact that Siri will have, in particular on local search.
What do you think? We’d love to hear from you. We’ve got a debate here in our LinkedIn Group.
As you might have read here, SiteVisibility has retained its Investors In People accreditation for the third time. It seems like a fitting time to reflect on my time here, having started as an intern and becoming Marketing Coordinator.
I started here earlier in the year primarily helping Kelvin with the Internet Marketing Podcast, although I was taken through lots of different SEO tactics. It was during that time that the first major BrightonSEO was happening and Kelvin asked me to do more and more things to help him organise the conference. I love organising events so I was quite happy to help. My month-long internship was extended, and just before BrightonSEO I was asked to stay on and join the team full time as the Marketing Coordinator.
On Friday, 16th September, SiteVisibility is going to be opening its doors to the public as part of Brighton Digital Open Studios Week. We are working in partnership with Wired Sussex to put on this fantastic event. During Brighton Digital Open Studios Week, many of Brighton’s digital and creative agencies are hosting a variety of events which enable their guests to see what really happens on a typical day at the office.
You’re probably wondering now what SiteVisibility is going to be doing, or how exactly we’ll be throwing open the doors to the Think Tank? We are going to be hosting “Beer O’Clock” on the afternoon of Friday, 16th September. We’ll be watching videos of past TED conferences and of course enjoying a few beers or ciders.
Friday afternoons tend to mean that we gather to watch a few videos about things that could inspire us or have an impact on our campaigns. We like to watch TED videos because they are full of wisdom from many inspirational people. We like to watch White Board videos because they encourage us to debate how we go about designing and implementing our client campaigns. We also like to brainstorm different ways of making the campaigns we’re currently managing more successful for all of our lovely clients.
That being said, we have a limited number of places for this event. You are more than welcome to come by and see our lovely new offices, see us in action, ask us questions or just generally learn about what happens in the Think Tank.