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Job Alert! We’re Recruiting for a Digital Planner/Project Manager

Title: Digital Planner/Project Manager Salary: Excellent and Negotiable Benefits:  BUPA private health insurance and company bonus scheme We’re looking for a talented and tenacious Digital Planner to organise our specialist team of digital Jedis. The Verve Way We’re not exactly... More

@Nina_Koo

Love Week comes to Verve Search!

Why shouldn't work be filled with happiness? So we started a little experiment that kinda blew out of control and showed just how much human beings truly love and care about each other - when you make 'love and care' a workplace "game". (Vishen Lakhiani, CEO of Mindvalley)   [caption... More

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PR by the Seat of Your Pants – How to Get the Links & Mentions Your Content Deserves

Image by J.C. Leacock Photography The content marketing Wild West Since Matt Cutts called the decay and fall of guest blogging, the new scalable "link building" tactic for many SEOs is content marketing, meaning investing in quality content assets such as tools, videos, PDF guides and... More

@Martazepol

Hey, it’s good to speak languages! How online companies can succeed in a multilingual world

I’ve been hearing it for most of my life: “If you want to be successful, you need to speak languages”. It’s a fact. The more languages an individual speaks the more chances they get to expand their talent in life. In the professional field this is an obvious thing. Let’s make it... More

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Am I Creative? Five activities to stimulate creative problem solving

Creativity – that beloved and dreaded trait. It’s a requirement in almost every occupation and surrounded by illusions about whether one has the ‘C’ Factor or not. Most of us might not necessarily feel very creative in the aesthetic or visual sense. But fear not. Even if coloured balloons... More

@josiemsampson

How to Optimise your Content for Success with the Flesch-Kincaid Scale and Readability Statistics

Image source Like it or not, we’re all guilty of starting to read an article, a blog post or even a novel before giving up a few sentences in when the writing hasn't immediately grabbed us. But what if users are doing the same with our own hard-crafted content? Don’t worry, I'm not going... More

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SES London 2014: How to Become a Leading SEO Mechanic

I attended SES London situated a stone's throw away from Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. I attended many presentations covering a wide range of SEO problems and solutions, and I’ll give a quick rundown of some of the best tips and tricks to help with technical SEO from the “How to Become a... More

@CiaranOliver

SES London 2014 Thursday Round Up: “2014 Adapt to Your Audience and Forget About Channels”

SES London Day 3 2014 It’s always a bit of a whirl wind, going to a conference. It's all about trying to take in all the information from the speakers you watch, trying to remember the name of the person you just met, trying to drink your sixth cup of coffee without being sick! But you do, you... More

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Why should a company blog: five brilliant take-aways from SES London 2014

So we all have been told million times that it is important for a company to have a blog that is actively updated. And by the year 2014 most companies have taken this advice on board and started to blog. But what doesn’t seem to have sunk in so well is that it really DOES matter what you do with... More

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SES London 2014 – The Best 30 Minute Presentation From Any SEO Conference Ever

People tend to fall in one of two categories when dealing with search engine marketing conferences: love or hate. I tend to be in the latter group. They are often too fluffy, too general, too long, and too big league for me. I can see where they fit into the industry; I understand that a small... More