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Website Content

Having great content on your website will not only give your users a positive experience and help convert sales, it helps search engines like Google index and rate your site, making it easier to find online. From opening hours and service details, to videos and blog posts, it’s important to make sure your content is up to date, relevant and that it reflects your business in a consistent and informative way.

A Complete Guide to Online Content and Content Marketing

If you’re here, you’ve probably seen the vast swathes of blog posts, videos, podcasts, email mailouts and other such online content proliferating the business/marketing sphere. You may well be wondering something along the lines of: ”What’s that all about, then?” Alternatively, you might have a new website in the works and you may be wondering […]


SEO for Brand Awareness

SEO isn’t just about directly selling products. The objective of brand SEO is to create a network of STUFF that supports a customer’s decision-making process. Customers searching for your brand should find a whole lot of places in which your ethos, services, products and reputation are explorable. Getting your brand name onto page one of […]


Why You Need to Focus on Product Images

Simple answer, as it often is: Google. Your website product images have always been an SEO factor – user experience, relevance to search, size, structure in the page, accessibility…the list goes on. But there’s a whispered 2019 Google algorithm change you should know about. Visual search is very much here. Google algorithm change for images […]


Five Ways To Channel Customers’ Emotions Into Sales With Your Content

Most of the decisions we make are driven by our emotions, and this includes purchasing decisions, from putting an offer on a £500k house to choosing a £15 personal organiser. Larry Pincin and Phil Glosserman, authors of Sell The Feeling, say: “Regardless of what you’re selling, whether it’s products, services or advice, people buy based […]


Writing for Accessibility

More and more, getting a website to perform well means designing accessibility for everyone. To succeed in search engines, we have to meet and surpass accessibility guidelines. For your website, that’s about two main things: reading level and ease of use for people with sight issues. Reading level “Around 15 per cent, or 5.1 million […]


Essential Tips and Tricks for Inbound Marketing Beginners

You may have heard that marketing methods can be separated into two categories: “push” and “pull” techniques. Push marketing uses techniques that are pushed under the noses of your audience like online banner ads, broadcast advertising, handing out flyers, or social media ads. Push marketing is also known as “outbound” marketing. “Pull” techniques however are […]


How to Use FOMO for Marketing Success

Marketing and psychology are intrinsically linked. We need to know how prospects are going to react to certain stimuli to maximise our chances of a sale. For those of us with a passing interest in marketing psychology and language, you may have heard the term “FOMO”. It was only added to the Oxford English Dictionary […]


What’s Up With Visual Search?

Anyone keen on shopping (both my hands are raised, somehow, as I type) may have noticed that retail apps like eBay and Aliexpress now offer visual search. Visual search isn’t new. Google’s been offering reverse image search for years, as the MTV show Catfish has been teaching us over and over for seven seasons. What […]


9 Ways Marketing is Changing for the Better in 2019

Everything seems very doom and gloom in January. Once you’re back at work, Christmas feels like it was months ago! But there are reasons to be cheerful. Don’t worry, I’m not going to bore you with feelgood platitudes like “a baby’s laugh” or “the brotherhood of humankind”. We marketers have a lot to look forward […]


How to Write Emotive Copy

We’re all aware of M&S’s food adverts – the ones with sizzling butter atop caramelised steak or crisply snapping crudités. How those adverts LOOK is how emotive copy should read. Humans are emotionally and sensually reactive things. We cry at films. We find our mouths watering while reading a recipe. Our imaginations are so easily […]


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