We're Finalists in the 2014 London Business Awards

We’re hugely proud to have been named as a finalist in the Prospects London Business Awards 2014. The inaugural awards brings together companies from across the capital to compete in several categories. The awards aim to demonstrate the best in class and celebrate the success of both small and large businesses. Winners will be announced at the awards ceremony in June to be held at The Brewery in London.
 
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Tips For Using Video in Email Marketing

The question of whether video is an effective tool to use in an email is one that has been much debated. The reality is that it’s rarely something that forms part of an email marketing campaign – in fact, a survey carried out by LiveClicker and Beachbody during a seminar on the subject found that more than 50% of the attendees were either rarely or never using it and just 22% occasionally or frequently. This is despite the fact that there’s considerable evidence that we spend an enormous amount of time on our mobiles and around 50% of that viewing videos.

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SEO Changes Google Has Yet To Make?

There’s a lot of emphasis placed on Google’s SEO changes, particularly for those who work in SEO and marketing, or who need to keep up with what is a fairly fluid environment. The search engine giant does certainly like to keep everyone on their toes, avoiding manipulation of its rankings as far as it can. Many in the industry try to predict what Google is about to do next and sometimes these predictions are spot on – however this isn’t always the case.

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How To Achieve Blog Visibility In Four Simple Steps

Blogs are a great way to create some buzz around your products and services, to attract traffic to your website and to give your online presence a bit of personality. However, the issue with a blog is that it’s really only effective if someone can see it. It’s widely acknowledged that a large proportion of blogs tend to go relatively unnoticed by the vast majority of the British online public, which if you’re blogging about your favourite recipes or your new pet isn’t really such a big deal.

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