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Is Guest Posting Doomed? – Podcast Episode #214

In this week’s internet marketing podcast, Kelvin and SiteVisibility’s very own Scott Colenutt talk about guest posting and whether it is doomed or not. Scott is a Digital Marketing Manager, and has been working in the digital marketing industry for a couple of years. Kelvin and Scott discuss the changes in guest blogging over the […]

SEO at Large Organisations – Dan Patmore – Podcast Episode #213

In this week’s internet marketing podcast we present another talk from BrightonSEO. Dan Patmore, a Search Manager at Argos who looks after everything related to SEO and PPC discusses how to prioritise, drive and survive as a large organisation. Argos is the biggest multi-channel company in the UK with more than 70% of the UK’s […]

Do’s and Don’ts in International SEO – Aleyda Solis – Podcast Episode #212

In this week’s internet marketing podcast, we are presenting a talk from April’s BrightonSEO conference. Aleyda Solis, an International SEO Consultant, talks about the key do’s and don’ts when going international. She explains the most important steps for creating international SEO campaigns and outlines the most important  questions to ask when working on digital marketing abroad, […]

Are You Concerned You Might Have Been Penalised by Google? – Podcast Episode #211

In this week’s internet marketing podcast, Kelvin and Natalie Wright talk about all around Google penalties. Natalie is working with SiteVisibility during her placement year from the University of Brighton, primarily in the technical SEO team. Kelvin and Natalie talk about the Google Penguin update, which tools help to check whether a site has been […]

Automating Elements of SEO – Podcast Episode #210

This week’s internet marketing podcast is based on a talk from April’s BrightonSEO. Berian Reed from Auto Trader talks about automating SEO on large websites. Auto Trader is a big data company with around 11 million users, 1 billion page views every month and 120 million searches just for cars. Not surprisingly, SEO is their […]

Email Marketing Through Your Signature – Podcast Episode #209

In this week’s internet marketing podcast Kelvin caught up with Fiona Robson (RocketSeed) about how you can do e-mail marketing through your signature. Fiona Robson’s background is in the tourism industry where she held various sales and marketing roles until she joined RocketSeed about 2 and a half years ago. They discussed the opportunities of […]

Content Marketing – Podcast Episode #208

In this week’s episode of the Internet Marketing Podcast, Kelvin talks to digital content marketer Ryan Skinner who works for Velocity Partners, a London based B2B marketing agency. Ryan is account side trying to ensure that his clients get the most out of digital marketing by using a variety of content marketing tactics and techniques. […]

SES London 2013 – Podcast Episode #207

In this week’s internet marketing podcast, Gareth Davies (Managing Director of GSINC Limited) interviewed some of the speakers from the 2013 London SES. They gave their opinions and insights into lots of top digital marketing questions like ‘what is content marketing?’, ‘why are goals and analytics so important?’, ‘why should we make online videos?’ and […]

Recruitment – Podcast Episode #206

In this week’s Internet Marketing Podcast Kelvin interviewed Natasha Woodford. Kelvin and Natasha recently started their own digital recruitment business called Clockwork Talent. The recruitment business, which is located in the old terminal building at Gatwick airport, aims to find the right jobs for the right people. Kelvin and Natasha talk about the recruitment process and […]

Have I been Penalised? – Podcast Episode #205

In this week’s episode of the Internet Marketing Podcast, Kelvin and Andy discuss Google penalties. Nowadays, it’s a lot more likely for websites to be affected by a Google penalty. But not every drop in your rankings automatically means that you have been penalised. Through the invention of Google’s Webmaster Tools, they’ve been increasingly helpful […]

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