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Last night we attended the prestigious Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA Awards 2011 at the Tower of London. The event recognises the 500 fastest growing technology companies in Europe, the Middle East and Africa and included entrants from 24 countries. As we announced in October, Koozai ranked 23rd in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 here in the UK. However, as of today, we are now the 128th fastest growing tech company in EMEA, according to the Fast 500.
At Think Visibility 6 I gave my first conference presentation, covering the topic of Making Money with Multi Channel Funnels, the new functionality in Google Analytics. So this should be beneficial to anyone who wants to know more about Multi Channels Funnels.
I’ve included the slides and everything I spoke about as well as everything I forgot to mention. I’m going to argue that I was sticking to the five minutes I was given, but I’d forgotten that rules can be ignored when Dom sets them!
Silverlake Garage was established in 1946 offering a wide range of services from vehicle recovery and breaking, to recycled car parts and salvage cars.
We were first contacted by Silverlake in relation to Organic Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) for their new site development which has now been launched. Read more
We’ve already given away tickets to Brighton SEO this month and are now giving you the chance to win tickets to the Think Visibility conference (thinkvis). As premium sponsors of the event, Koozai are pleased to announce we have three tickets to give away to this Leeds based event.
Entry takes less than a minute and Good Luck!
These developments often blur the line around what would be covered under the definition of advertising and marketing, as they become more and more invasive of consumer space.
The English indie band are giving their fans the chance to select tracks and design the album cover for their new studio album – The Future is Medieval. Not only that, but fans can have their own webpage to sell their unique versions. For every album a fan sells, they can make £1. So what’s it all about? Let’s take a closer look at the marketing strategy behind it…
One of the main goals for everyone at Koozai this year has been to get out of the office and network. Which is why you’ll have seen the team at conferences, as well as networking events with more to come. This week sees a new networking group kick off in Southampton – Soton Digital – and for that reason it feels right to share some of the things I’ve learnt about networking from an unlikely source – my dog Rosie. Read more
So, who has been optimising ad copy recently? Anyone noticed anything different when creating a new text ad through the AdWords interface?
Well there have been further tweaks to the AdWords interface, this time to what you see when you are creating new ad copy. With the introduction of the alterations to headline and description line 1, Google have now amended the ad preview you see when entering new text in to each field. I would like to at this point congratulate Google on getting their interface up to speed so quickly!
You have your Google Places profile, you have optimised it completing as many fields as possible, but your still not gaining the rankings you expected.
Well much like a web page there is more to ranking than simply optimising the profile, especially if you are in a highly competitive field.
One area that may be lacking is the number of reviews you are receiving. Read more