In this week’s internet marketing podcast, Andy talks to Stephanie Ciccarelli, Chief Marketing Officer and Cofounder of voices.com. During the podcast, Stephanie gives us some insights into voices.com, what it is, who it is relevant for and how it has evolved over time. She talks about the most important things when building up an online community and shares her experience with social media channels. Furthermore, Stephanie highlights her recently published book “Voice Acting For Dummies”, and shares her top advice for industry enthusiasts.
Calling all content lovers, content kings and queens – This November the Content Marketing Show returns for another 2 day extravaganza where we bring to you a feast of Content Marketing insights and knowledge.
November 7th we kick off with a day of workshops – each focusing on a key aspect of Content. The sessions are run by experienced key industry figures and take place from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm and will provide you with the key tools and skills that every successful content marketer needs.
In this week’s internet marketing podcast, we revisit a talk from the September, 2013 edition of BrightonSEO. Geoff White is the Technology Producer for Channel 4 News and gives his insights into how to get a story on the TV news. His talk will take you through what broadcast journalists are looking for in a story and how you or your clients can work to make journalist’s lives easier and get the coverage you’re looking for.
Invoice finance is a form of short-term borrowing often used to improve a company’s working capital and cash flow position. This provides a valuable service to businesses as it allows them to draw money against sales before the customer has paid. As a result this means an improved cash flow as well as the benefit of only paying interest on the amount borrowed.With this particular form of business finance undergoing a boom period, we decided to take a look at the top keyword trends and ranking positions to help identify the major online players and the challenges they face – here’s what we found out…
Measurefest, our brand new conference debuts on the 17th of October at Logan Hall near Russell Square in London and it promises to bring together the best speakers in the world of analytics, CRO and marketing measurement. If you’re not excited about it, you should be. It’s not only the main event that’s happening at Measurefest either. We’ve also got roundtables and training workshops taking place the day before; the perfect opportunity to learn some new skills and network.
In this week’s internet marketing podcast, Michael Whelan, co-founder and CEO of txtNation talks about micro payments. Michael tells us about the background of txtNation and shares insights into the field of mobile billing . He then discusses mobile payments, how they work, their benefits, their difficulties and the future of mobile payments. Finally, he gives us some insights into SMS messaging and explains why it is the most efficient and cost effective way to advertise for any business.
In this week’s internet marketing podcast, Kelvin talks to Greg Sterling and Dylan Fuller about the upcoming 5th Local Social Summit which happens on the 19th of November, 2013. The pair discuss the history of the event and how it has evolved over the last few years. They then discuss some key industry trends, as well as key players in the industry and deliver some deeper insights into the challenges for small businesses.
Our brand new conference MeasureFest is just around the corner – taking place October 17th at the Institute of Education in London. This time around we’ll be bringing you the best speakers in field of marketing measurement including topics such as advanced Google Analytics and conversion rate optimisation. Read on
In this week’s Podcast, Kelvin talks to Senior Lecturer Asher Rospigliosi, Senior lecturer in e-business and management information system at the University of Brighton about how students are adapting into the e-side of Business. Asher raises awareness about how there are very few degrees in Digital Marketing and how Business students must adapt themselves to the world of SEO and Social Media to get involved in the Digital side of Business for when they finish their degrees.
Google has now fully moved to using secure search even for non-logged in users, which will skyrocket the percentage of (not provided) keywords in Analytics packages up to 100%!
Essentially, encrypted Google searches do not pass any keyword data to the websites, as such webmasters will no longer be able to track the keywords that users are using via Google to arrive on their website. We were talking about not provided count back in the beginning of August, which even then was still under 50% of total traffic.