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Month: February 2015

A Quick Way to Choose the Right Social Platform for Your Small Business

Choosing the right social media channels can be a challenge for small businesses; the biggest mistake businesses make is setting up accounts on far too many different platforms and then leaving them dormant after the initial push. When it comes to social, an abandoned account is worse than none at...

Small Business Website Necessities

Small businesses in the UK are involved in over £600bn in commercial transactions, but an estimated 50% don’t even have a website. Not having an online presence can severely stunt business growth, or even reverse if it your competitors are easier to find. Unfortunately, simply building a website isn’t enough...

4 SEO Mistakes You Can’t Afford in 2015

  More than ever, SEO needs to be ethical, intelligent, and robust. This article discusses SEO errors that are vital to avoid in 2015.  The best reason to avoid SEO errors is the most obvious one: to prevent manual and algorithmic penalties.  Google can take up to 9 months to...
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HOW TO OPTIMISE YOUR SITE FOR THE FUTURE OF VOICE SEARCH
Voice search is on the rise; and is now being used all over the world. Thanks to voice assistants like Amazon Alexa and Google Home, you can answer questions and control your devices without lifting a finger. If you haven’t incorporated voice search into your overall SEO strategy, then you...
5 Easy-to-use Video Tools for Your Social Media Marketing
If you are looking for affordable and simple DIY video tools to improve your social media content, then this is the blog for you! Listed below you will find five easy-to-use video tools for all of your social media marketing needs… Ripl Ripl lets you create short animated videos using...
How to Improve Your Retargeting Strategy This Year
Retargeting is a marketing tactic used to convert visitors to your site who haven’t yet purchased from you. You can see which pages users are visiting to determine which products they were looking at and then show them a customised advert to try and get them back to buy. Here...