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If you’re reading this post you are probably either someone who doesn’t know much about Conversion Rate Optimisation (CRO) and are keen to know more about how you can implement it on your site or you are a specialist in the CRO field looking to help my cause to make more people aware of CRO and the potential increases in profit margins that can be achieved.
Today, more than ever, branding is a huge factor in marketing your business. Traditionally a brand is described as a method of differentiating between similar products or services. According to every search engine’s favourite resource, Wikipedia, the first graphic use of a brand was a watermark on papers in Italy back in the 1200s.
It’s that time of the year again when SEOs from around the country, including a sizable contingency from Koozai, converge on Brighton for the aptly named BrightonSEO conference. Kelvin, who organises the event twice a year, appears in penguin outfit to set to stage of this year’s September . This already looks to be another bumper day of interesting talks and surprises.
Here at Koozai we love working on our branding. A strong brand can not only generate a positive relationship with customers but it can also help visibility online and in search engines. To help us keep our branding as clear as possible, we created a brand guidelines document for our own reference.
You might not have noticed, but recently there has being a whole host of Google Webmaster tools updates. These rather silent updates have enabled Webmasters to learn more about how Google interacts with their website and now alerts you to even more potential site issues discovered. In this blog post I want to highlight the Message Center feature.
Smartphones and Tablets are now as powerful as some desktop computers 5 years ago. The mobile device has seen rapid increases in user numbers since the Apple iPhone originally launched in 2007 and more so since the launch of the Apple iPad in 2009.
The other week Bing announced that it’ll be using Yelp to power it’s local search results and Apple announced its new iOS6 operating system featuring updated Siri and maps applications which will be powered from local business information from Yelp.