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Three-fifths of marketers overlooking Instagram, as Greenlight research reveals its growing influence on shopper behaviour

Three-fifths of marketers overlooking Instagram, as Greenlight research reveals its growing influence on shopper behaviour

Almost one in three (30%) Instagram users have bought items after seeing them on the app, yet 60% of marketers aren’t currently targeting Instagram users, Greenlight reveals.

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The future of the "L" Word in SEO part 2: Content marketing, link earning and links

The future of the "L" Word in SEO part 2: Content marketing, link earning and links

Back in February, in light of John Mueller’s not-so-positive commentary on link building, I wrote that links and link building are not dead! Of course, the old SEO witchcraft that some still practice today has to end. However, I did insist that content-driven link earning is the way to go for a future-proof SEO strategy. We are approaching the last month of 2015 and a few recent opinion pieces from reputable SEO publications suggest that some of the shine of content marketing for SEO may have worn off. Let’s revisit the subject by delving into one of the core articles.

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Greenlight picks up the Best SEO Campaign at the UK Search Awards

Greenlight picks up the Best SEO Campaign at the UK Search Awards

We’re thrilled to have had our work recognised at the UK Search Awards for our SEO campaign with Dixons Carphone. The campaign saw us tasked with raising Curry’s profile and visibility within the small kitchen appliances market to support the rise in home cooking, baking and juicing as part of a healthier approach to diet.

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Are blog comment sections becoming irrelevant?

Are blog comment sections becoming irrelevant?

“Airline employees were so much more agreeable when they were drunk”. That’s just one of the witty comments that made it into I Think I Can See Where You’re Going Wrong. The book is a compilation of the best comments on the Guardian website which gets a breath-taking 40,000 comments a day. But, as much as we all wished our content got the same amount of love as the Guardian, the reality is most don’t. Publish a riveting thought leadership piece or latest industry news and you’d probably be considered lucky to get one or two lonely comments – a deflating prospect.

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