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How to avoid creating ‘wallflower’ content

How to avoid creating ‘wallflower’ content

The digital world increasingly looks like an overcrowded sixth-form disco. There are hundreds of brands jostling for attention, too many ‘wallflowers’ going unnoticed and everyone’s eyes are on a select few AKA the ‘cool crowd’. Or, to put it another way, customers are now bombarded with endless digital ‘noise’.

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Blogwatch: AdWords reports, link-worthy content & Webmaster Tools

Apple has posted a help document confirming the existence of their web crawler, Applebot, which is primarily used for Siri and Spotlight suggestions. The new crawler and acquisition of search analytics firm Topsy in 2013 is just some of the evidence that suggests Apple's intentions to expand its Spotlight web search.

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Three Common Pitfalls of International SEO

ECommerce is big business throughout much of the world and it’s still growing across the majority of markets, so it’s even more important to make sure your website is properly set up to get the traffic you deserve.

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Away with the rules!

Away with the rules!

“We are not artists, we’re not writing novels – we need to remember we’re commercial writers.” – Nicky Bullard, Creative Director of Lida. As demonstrated above, even within our own ranks, copywriters are sometimes not taken seriously as writers. While it is possible to regurgitate the clichés, blasé grammar and boring sentence structure in so much of today’s copy; a skilled copywriter will recoil at the prospect.

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PPC can be so much more than just advertising

As an Outreacher, I've always thought of PPC as almost unrelated to my work; separate spheres in the world of SEO. But recently I came across an article from Larry Kim on Search Engine Land, about how he used PPC in a way I hadn't thought of before...

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The Art of Lex Appeal

The Art of Lex Appeal

What really gets me excited about great lex(icon) is constant reinvention. But keeping things fresh is a relentless battle, and putting the spice back into proceedings takes limitless creativity and serious groundwork.

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Is the digital age killing the written word?

Is the digital age killing the written word?

In a world filled with instant gratification and effortlessly consumable information, it could be argued that the written word is losing out. The digital industry is saturated with memes, gifs and ‘listicles’, so where exactly is the place of the beautifully crafted sentence, if there is one at all?

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