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Getting The Most From Your Demographics – Gerry White – Podcast Episode #266

In this week’s Internet Marketing Podcast Andy talks to Gerry White, Technical SEO Director at SiteVisibility, about the benefits that can come from having in depth demographic information. Gerry discusses how to install a third party cookie by adding an extra line of code and updating your privacy statement. He then goes into the advantages […]

Getting the most from your Email Newsletter – Felice Ayling – Podcast Episode #265

In this week’s Internet Marketing Podcast Andy talks to Felice Ayling, Digital Media Director at SiteVisibility, about getting the most from your email newsletters. Felice starts by discussing whether they still have the same amount of value that they once did, and how this differs from industry to industry. She then gives some top tips […]

The best of global digital marketing – Mike Berry – Podcast Episode #264

In this week’s Internet Marketing Podcast Andy talks to Mike Berry, Lecturer at Imperial College Business School, visiting Professor at Hult Business School in London, Digital Consultant and author. They discuss Mike’s show and book on The Best of Global Digital Marketing – a selection of case studies about successful marketing campaigns from around the […]

Google Authorship – will we miss it? – Felice Ayling – Podcast Episode #263.5

In this week’s Internet Marketing Podcast Andy talks to Felice Ayling, Digital Media Director at SiteVisibility about Google’s recent decision to remove the authorship functionality from search results. Felice discusses how it worked and the benefits that came from using it. She then goes into why Google dropped its use as not many website owners actually […]

Evolve your marketing strategy in 7 steps – Jonathan Slobom & David Allmond – Podcast Episode #263

In this week’s Internet Marketing Podcast Andy talks to Jonathan Slobom and David Allmond from Peppered Moth Marketing about developing effective marketing strategies. They start by discussing the typical progression of a brand’s marketing team and give some general tips on how to avoid the common pitfalls that occur when a business expands. They then […]

How’s podcasting doing lately? – Dave Jackson – Podcast Episode #262

In this week’s Internet Marketing Podcast Andy talks to Dave Jackson about all things podcasting. Dave Jackson runs the School of Podcasting and has been making podcasts for close to 10 years. They discuss how podcasting has evolved since its conception, and how it is now much more accessible for listeners, with Apple set to […]

SEO and performance beyond your domain – Jono Alderson – Podcast Episode #261

This week Andy talks to Jono Alderson, Head of Insight at Linkdex, about the contrasting SEO strategies used for large and smaller brands. Jono starts by discussing how enterprise SEO is unlike regular SEO and notes the specific needs of bigger brands. He then talks about the buyer’s journey and how brands have to consider […]

Get involved with BrightonSEO – Felice Ayling – Podcast Episode #260.5

In this week’s Internet Marketing Podcast Andy talks to Felice Ayling, Digital Media Director at SiteVisibility, about how to get involved in BrightonSEO on Friday 12th September 2014. At the conference we will be recording a special edition of our podcast with some of the speakers who will be answering your digital marketing questions. Anything from […]

Top Tips for Creating Customer Personas – Felice Ayling – Podcast Episode #260

In this week’s Internet Marketing Podcast Andy talks to Felice Ayling, Digital Media Director at SiteVisibility, about the benefits of building up in depth profiles of your brand’s customer groups. By doing so you can then hone your marketing campaigns, make them more targeted to appeal directly to that group, and feed them directly into […]

The Power of Cartoons – Stu Heinecke – Podcast Episode #259

In this week’s Internet Marketing Podcast Andy talks to the professional cartoonist Stu Heinecke about the power of cartoons in marketing. Stu notes that there have been various studies carried out into what people remember after they’ve read something in print or on screen, and cartoons are always found to be the most memorable. He […]

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