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Pinterest – 9 Tips – How to Increase Blog Traffic With Pinterest

19 November

Pinterest For Businesses Many people have discounted Pinterest for far too long as just a fun site for pinning pictures, however during the last few years many savvy brands have been using Pinterest very successfully as “virtual storefronts”. Here is what Wikipedia have written about these “Business pages” Pinterest Business pages Pinterest also allows businesses […]

How Much is the McDonalds Brand Really Worth?

30 October

In most areas of marketing lessons can be learnt from McDonalds and especially it’s branding. Undoubtedly the worlds largest and most valuable fast food brand, with revenues of over £28 billion in 2013. But what don’t you know about the brand with the big yellow arches?   Here’s are a few from an excellent page at buzzfeed McDonald’s originally […]

Search Engine Ranking Factors

09 October
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2013 SEO Ranking Factor Results Moz’s 2013 Search Engine Ranking Factors presents survey data from over 100 search engine professionals and provides insight into the inner workings of the future of search. The following data represents the opinions of the respondents on the various weighting of factors thought to be used (or not used) in […]

What are QR Codes | QR Codes Explained

14 November
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Quick response codes – or QR codes as they are more commonly known  are descendants of the more familiar and humble barcodes that still get scanned at supermarket checkouts. Those barcodes store information in a pattern of vertical stripes. A barcode reader scans a beam of light from side to side detecting the change in […]

Jimmy Saville New Survey

10 October
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Jimmy Saville – Clunk Click Survey Those of a certain age will remember the somewhat eccentric TV celebrity Jimmy (now Sir Jimmy) Saville fronting an advertising campaign with the refrain: ‘Clunk Click Every Trip’. An advertising campaign in the UK trying to persuade people to put their seatbelts on when they got into their cars. […]