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This month I want to talk about how Traditional Brands can and actually are investing in digital media and services, not just their own websites. With the boom in online shopping and digital media as a whole, how do existing offline brands get involved? I believe they should all be making an effort to get a piece of the digital market in order to attempt to survive the downturn we are seeing in High Street shopping and services.
SEO conferences are great places to learn, network and make new friends, which is why Andrew Isidoro has put together this look at what makes SEO conferences so fantastic.
With over 120 amazing volunteers (and you!) I’m attempting to reach the Amazon Top 100 with the digital version of my book “Free Stuff Everyday”. We hope to explore the power of crowd sourced viral marketing and to see if a self published author can reach the Amazon charts with a little help from his friends.
It’s strange to think that this time two weeks ago I was on a train to Brighton, having met two “Koozai” (it must be a collective noun for something) on the train after abandoning a career in travel only the night before for one in digital marketing…well why not?
Brighton SEO kicked off today with some fascinating talks and presentations from the morning session. Read more
2012 looks set to be a big year for the search engine Bing. The year couldn’t have started better for them, with news that they managed to maintain second place in terms of total market share generated for search in both the UK and US during February [See: Search Engine Market Share Statistics – February 2012].
As they look towards building on this success, news has emerged they have started to test how their local search results are displayed online. As local search because a more prominent focus this year, this could be a shrewd move by Microsoft’s search engine.
Last week we asked for nominations to help find the best facial hair in marketing. This led to fifty nominations covering everything from bears to goatees. Even Seth Godin received a nod, for showing that less can be more.
Today we show who “made the cut” and you can vote to determine who is the best at the bottom. Also don’t forget to catchup on the Koozai efforts for Movember which inspired this competition.
You know you are working in digital marketing when you are actually excited about visiting the Google office. Well, that was me this morning, especially as they have just moved their London office to a brand new building near High Holborn. It’s so new I can even forgive Google for not having it on Google Maps – I’m just bitter because Google maps led me to a small theatre near Covent Garden…