A few of you might have heard us talking on our Twitter account about the new jobs we’re recruiting. We’ve just won a couple of hum-dinger contracts so are on the look out for the best SEOs, Social Media Marketers and Online PRs.
You can read the full details on our jobs page, but here’s a few more details about the type of people we’re looking for.
SMM – Integrated Search specialist – from a marketing background, you will be experienced in conceiving, planning, managing and delivering multi-disciplinary and possibly multi-lingual internet marketing campaigns including SEO, Social Media and Paid Search.
SMM – Financial Services specialist – per the Integrated Search specialist with additional experience of delivering FSA compliant campaigns.
SMM – Online PR Specialist – from a PR Industry background, you will have hands-on experience in planning and executing off and online PR tactics
SMM – Senior SEO Consultant – you will have at least 2 years experience in delivering SEO campaigns with a particular interest in analytics, website analysis, usability and conversion optimisation.
SEO Placement – my client is keen to take on a SEO Placement with a view to climbing the career ladder in Search
If you’ve never watched a TED conference video you’ve missed out one of the greatest free gifts that’s available on the net. TED is an international conference where hundreds of creative and intelligent people deliver some of the most compelling talks I’ve ever heard.
It surprised me how few people have had the pleasure of watching these videos; and even if you have come across them you may be slightly overwhelmed by the sheer volume of talks.
So the spread the joy of these inspirational clips I asked a few of my online friends and contacts which they would recommend and want to share with the world.
It might take an hour or hour and a half to watch all these videos but it will have a far more positive influence on your work and life than another aimless meeting or afternoon wasted procrastinating on Twitter. Read on
I’m proud to be the newest recruit to the rapidly growing and superlative Sitevisibility team. As a reasonably fresh-faced graduate with experience in digital marketing and events management, I’m now looking forward to immersing myself into the fast-moving world of SEO!
If there’s one business model that somes up the diverse websites that fall under the web2.0 and social media banner it’s the freemium business model. For the podcast we interviewed Miles Galliford from SubHub who not only operates a freemium business but he runs a platform that allows you to quickly and easily set up your own freemium subscription publishing website.
Miles shares his experience of working with premium publishers and business below.
We get to interview some great people for our podcast but sometimes being part of a bigger podcast they can get a little lost. So we’ve started taking our favourite inteviews and uploading them to blip.tv to make them easy to find and listen to.
This time we’ve got the poster boy of link analysis Rand Fishkin from SEOmoz we asked him about swithing from a consultancy business to a SaaP model and what he’s learn’t about search engines building his own index of the web.
Online PR is a bit of a battleground between various disciplines all of whom think they are best qualified to deliver the service. But the best practitioner haven’t got involved in the debate they’ve just been busy delivering great work. One of the most respected proponents of online PR is Stephen Waddington.
In the podcast interview available below I asked him about how to get started in Online PR, what makes it different from offline and our shared interest of “The Apprentice”
Ahead of SES London we’ve been lucky enough to interview a few of the speakers at the event. When we saw the agenda though there was someone who sprung out as someone we really wanted to interview, Brian Clifton.