A few of you may have noticed a slowing of pace in the frequency on the blog updates during the last month. It’s not because we’re running out of things to say but because we’ve been beavering away on one of the most comprehensive [tag]white paper[/tag]s ever written on [tag]social media marketing[/tag].
I think I’m gonna need more highlighters – via flickr
We’re just putting the final touches to it now and we’ll let you know as soon as it’s available. But with all this talk of white papers it seemed to perfect opportunity to point some of the great white papers and PDF’s we’ve produced that you might find interesting.
Beginner’s Guide to Search – exactly what it says on the tin. If you don’t know where to start when it comes to getting your website in front of customers using search engines this is the place to start. Even if you think you know the basics of search engine marketing its worth going back to the basics every now and then.
Recruiter Search Marketing – far and away the most popular white paper we’ve ever produced. We’ve got some great success stories & experience in the [tag]job board[/tag] and recruitment sector and Damon has tried to encapsulate as much of that knowledge into an easy to digest guide to SEO for recruiters.
Social Media Marketing Guide – everyday more existing and potential clients are asking us what is social media and how they can use it to market their business, so we’ve written a plain English, jargon & hype free introduction to social media. It’s designed to bring you up to speed with all the latest technologies and quickly help you understand their potential.
e-Recruitment 2.0 – written a while ago, but still as useful today. A short two page document illustrating the direction the online recruitment sector is headed in. It’s essential reading for any job board owners or marketers working for recruitment agencies.
It’s not just our white papers we love, I’d defiantly recommend checking out the comprehensive guide to the global search marketing landscape from Multilingual SEO, Nixon Mcinnes’ ongoing guides to web marketing and [tag]Andy Beal[/tag]’s online reputation management piece.