Internet Marketing Podcast is now on Stitcher!

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 […]

How Will Siri Change Search?

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 […]

Movember UK: Penhaligon’s Pop-Up Barbershop

As you might have realised from our blog and twitter activity recently, we’re proud to be partipating in Movember again in 2011. The aim of the campaign is to increase awareness of men’s health issues and raise funds for related charities. We’re really pleased to announce that Penhaligon’s are also participating in Mo-mania this month. […]

Bishop’s Move Support Scope with De-Clutter Service

We like getting involved in charitable initiatives, so when our customer Bishop’s Move, one of the UK’s largest removals companies, mentioned their proposed campaign with Scope, we offered to join the partnership and promote the campaign online. Scope is a UK charity focused on promoting equal opportunities for disabled people and their families. Bishop’s Move […]

Digital Events Aplenty This Month in Brighton

Brighton has garnered several “silicon beach” references over the years, and it’s no surprise when you see the number of innovative digital companies based here. In September, Brighton proves its credentials, with several exciting digital arts & media events taking place in the city. Brighton Digital Festival is an open, Fringe-style festival in which dozens […]

Web Domain Suffixes

If you’ve been reading the news today, you’ve likely stumbled onto the news that domain names beyond .com and .net are going to be increasingly available in the near future. Here are a few good articles about the recent change in domain names. Icann (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) has approved a […]

Staying on the Right Side of the ASA

As many of you will know, from March 1st 2011, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) have extended their digital remit to include all marketing messages and communications online. This covers their own websites and includes social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) are the UK’s independent watchdog committed to […]

Why Conventional SEO is Dead?

A while back now at Adtech London I was lucky enough to bump into the guys from Napier PR. They, like a lot people at the conference, were interested to hear more about our somewhat hype-y assertion than “Conventional SEO is Dead” they got their flipcam out and we recorded this short and noisy video […]

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