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Ten of the Best Coffee Shops in Brighton

You can’t help but notice the so many coffee shops springing up in Brighton. Digital Marketing Consultant Nick Johnstone is one of SiteVisibility‘s biggest coffee drinkers, so we asked him to find the best baristas in Brighton. You can read more about Brighton coffee houses on his blog, Coffee Pot & Kettle. Coffee is the […]

Choosing The Right Hat For The Job

It’s the big day. For weeks you’ve worked on your website, ironed out the bugs and now it’s ready to go live. It’s done. Your website is live and you systematically start checking your emails for the orders & enquiries to start raining in. But they don’t. As the days go on realise that your […]

ABC’s of SEO – D is for Directories

As with any kind of business promotion you shouldn’t ignore any options when it comes to shouting about your company and telling everyone to see what you can offer, and it’s no different when it comes to websites. Directories are often seen as the dull yet necessary part of promotion. In “real” world terms this […]

Brighton SEO – Day-to-Day SEO for Content Producers – Malcolm Coles ( @malcolmcoles ) #brightonseo

So we’re here at the Brighton SEO event and Malcolm Coles, Director at Digital Sparkle has just taken the stage to talk about Karen Gillan’s underwear (better known as Doctor Who’s assistant Amy Pond). So this should be interesting… Oh. Turns out it’s not so much about her underwear as how content creators can integrate […]

Brighton SEO – Dark Patterns – Black Hat user interfaces – Dr Harry Brignull ( @harrybr ) #brightonseo

“Dark Patterns – Black Hat user interfaces” is a talk being held by Dr Harry Brignull – Senior User Experience Designer at Clearleft (http://clearleft.com). The talk is about the tricks and traps of bad user interfaces that are designed to trick people, usually into paying more for something, or ticking a box they don’t actually […]