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BrightonSEO Workshops 2013 – Get Your Ticket Now!

Posted by in BrightonSEO, Search Marketing (SEO) on September 3rd, 2013 0 Comments

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BrightonSEO is fast approaching and the 12th September is officially workshop day! Online marketing experts from around the globe will gather at the Brighton Dome to share their skills and experience as they deliver a day filled with digital marketing insights and training.  These workshops are a must for businesses who want to up-skill their team in order to help improve their online presence.

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Posted by in Search Marketing (SEO) on August 19th, 2013 6 Comments

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Oh yes, as soon as you see that WordPress email pop up in your inbox, a little bit of excitement creeps your way. All you have to decide is do you check it now or later?

Spam comments – don’t you just love them?, it doesn’t matter when they arrive in your inbox – they always bring a smile to your face. Whether it’s a comment that makes a little bit of sense or even no sense at all they make a great read.

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Google to Launch Quick Answers

Posted by in Search Marketing (SEO) on August 15th, 2013 0 Comments

 Google to Launch Quick Answers

Google is now placing more importance on saving time with quick answers. The plan is to deliver a range of quick answers within the search box regardless of whatever platform you’re using whether it be desktop, mobile etc. The initial steps are to focus on travel and retail as they aim to find information concerning flight details, itineraries, reservations and package deliveries etc. This means by typing questions such as ‘what’s my flight status’ or ‘when will my package arrive’ you’ll be provided with direct access to it via Google search.

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Matt Cutts Recommends NoFollowing Links in Infographics & Widgets

Posted by in Infographics, Search Marketing (SEO) on August 14th, 2013 1 Comment

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With almost every link building method, the inevitable is the limited time period in which it works effectively until Google cracks down on the overly used strategy. Guest posting is a completely legitimate form of link building, however the over zealous usage of this method has moved Google to react, while older methods such as article submissions and directories have already been punished.

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Industry Analysis – How the Gaming Industry Uses Social Media

Posted by in Search Marketing (SEO), Social Media & Online PR on August 1st, 2013 0 Comments

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With the games industry booming and as popular as ever we thought it would make a perfect case study for some social media analysis. Not only that, 2013 promises to be an interesting battle between the computer games console heavyweights – Nintendo, Xbox and PlayStation. With Nintendo having already released the Wii U and with both Microsoft and Sony set to launch brand new consoles ready for November, it can only mean one thing – PR warfare! Let the games begin…

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What Makes a Good Link?

Posted by in Search Marketing (SEO) on July 29th, 2013 1 Comment

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Link building is still one of core elements of SEO and it’s likely to stay that way for at least the foreseeable future. In a post penguin world, it’s the quality of links that matters, not the quantity. The interesting part of the debate is defining exactly what a quality link is. One way we can begin this examination is by analysing the terms natural and relevant.

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Twitter Vine – Fashion Brands That Do It Well

Posted by in Search Marketing (SEO), Social Media & Online PR on July 24th, 2013 0 Comments

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Twitter Vine is 6 months old to the day, (launching back in January this year) and with that news we thought it was about time to see which brands and industries were making the most of this technology to promote their products and services as well as analysing what makes a good Vine.

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Industry Analysis – How The Energy Drinks Industry Uses Social Media

Posted by in Search Marketing (SEO), Social Media & Online PR on July 23rd, 2013 2 Comments

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The energy drinks industry has really taken off over the last 10 years, with the pace of city life increasing so has the need to feel energised in order to get through situations where your energy levels may be waning. Whether you’re powering through revision notes or working in a busy office you’re likely to see someone with an energy drink in hand powering through the day or even night.

When it comes to generating buzz around a brand, energy drinks brands go big, very big. Consider Red Bull’s space jump last year… not even the sky is the limit when it comes to getting their brand in front of a wide audience. A spacesuit blazoned with their logo in front of the world live on TV was a monumental level of advertising. With that in mind, surely they must be using some interesting strategies and methods to extend their marketing activities out to their audience right? Well, let’s take a look…

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Analytics – Test Your Code in Real-Time

Posted by in Analytics, Search Marketing (SEO) on July 19th, 2013 0 Comments

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One great thing that Google have been improving upon lately is there real-time Analytics reporting. It’s a tool that makes testing easier; also it can sometimes just be interesting to know how many people are on the site at the moment and where they are! (Hopefully big numbers!). This amazing resource also seems to be getting missed by a lot of SEO’s so I thought I could provide a brief introduction!

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Bing Search is Nearly One Third of US Traffic

Posted by in Search Marketing (SEO) on July 10th, 2013 0 Comments

comScore recently released their United States search engine rankings market share report. Back in February, Google posted its highest U.S. market share on record and clearly still holds the lion’s share of the U.S. search market currently, their biggest competitor Bing, and similar search engines “Powered-By-Bing” such as Yahoo are making a good bid to compete in the same space as the gargantuan search company.

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