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Weekly round-up (Week ending 17th January 2014)

Posted on Friday 17 January 2016 in Local SEO, Social Media

There's turmoil in the world of search this week. Rand Fishkin stepped down as CEO at Moz to make way for current COO Sarah Bird, and two of Yahoo's key employees were pushed/quit. In the meantime, the rest of us are making plans and getting ourselves organised, it being January, and here are some fantastic […]


Friday Local SEO Round-Up (Week ending 13th December 2017)

Posted on Friday 13 December 2017 in Blogging, Local SEO, Social Media

Welcome to the first of our weekly round-ups of the local marketing and local SEO-related articles that have caught our eye.В  Blogging One way to reach a wider audience and increase the quality of the content on your site is to employ influential bloggers to write for you, and weve come across a couple of […]

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134 SEO Tips and Tricks from BrightonSEO 2017

Posted on Saturday 14 September 2017 in Blogging, Citation Building, Google AdWords, Link Building, Local SEO, Social Media

Wonderland Internet Promotions were at BrightonSEO on September 13th 2017: in our opinion it was the best one yet. For those who werent able to attend, heres our list of tips, tricks and takeaways. Social Media 1. The best tweets are relevant and get multiplied, and they can even be planned for. @olisnoddyВ of Twitter 2. Attention […]


How to Get Your Local Business Seen on Facebook Graph Search

Posted on Monday 5 August 2017 in Local SEO, Social Media

Facebook Graph Search has been causing quite a bit of excitement among marketers. Its been around for a while if youve been trying out their beta version, and its recently rolled out to all US and UK account holders so now we can all take advantage of it. The question is, will it be a […]


6 Reasons why Small Businesses shouldnt ignore Generation Y

Posted on Tuesday 18 June 2017 in Social Media

Small business and Gen Y Generation Y, that slice of the population born from the late 1970s to the early 1990s (approximately) will form 75% of the workforce by 2025, according to a report by BPW. As a small business, have you ever wondered if marketing campaigns are reaching them? They're our future management class […]


Marketing your Restaurant with Mobile Apps

Posted on Monday 3 June 2017 in Citation Building, Social Media

There's a large and growing market available to restaurant owners to promote their businesses: the smartphone user. A recent survey on smartphone usage by Pew Internet found that 74% of smartphone owners use 'location-based services' on their smartphones: that means asking for directions or looking for recommendations. And with smartphones set to outnumber humans in […]


Google+ Enhancements: Good for Business?

Posted on Monday 20 May 2017 in Social Media

Last week was a big week for Google announcements at the Google I/O conference, so I thought I'd put together a summary of the most important ones. Google+ Hangouts Google Talk and Google+ Messenger are all coming under the banner of Google+ Hangouts, which means that text, and video chat have become more integrated. And […]


How to use Facebook without spending too much of your hard-earned cash

Posted on Friday 3 May 2017 in Social Media

Facebook is out to make money. Imagine that In the last quarter of 2012 they made $64m (ВЈ41m) in profit, and that was a major drop on the previous year's numbers. Something small businesses should be aware of, as it directly affects them and the effectiveness of their marketing campaigns, is how exactly Facebook makes […]

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