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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

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Could your images be harming your on page SEO?

Google image search is so good now that you can use it to find exactly where your images are being used/high jacked elsewhere on the net, in just a few clicks. So consider this, if Google is capable of reading and recognising your images, wouldn’t it be reasonably safe to assume that it also... More

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#BrightonSEO: Video SEO Hacks with Phil Nottingham

Top takeaways from Phil Nottingham's session on Video SEO at BrightonSEO 2013 We're obsessed with video at Verve Search and we's big fans of Phil. He started the talk with an important point to consider: not everyone does Video SEO for the same reasons. Take a second to think about why you do or... More

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Verve Search Welcome Marta and Lene to the Team

2012 saw us working with even more international clients and it’s been an incredibly challenging and rewarding experience!  We will continue to grow in 2013 and have committed ourselves to recruiting native professionals, and providing high-profile SEO services across the globe. Here’s a brief... More

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Welcome to the Team Ruthie Roberts and Josie Sampson

We looked high, then low, then high again........and it paid off! We’ve been making an awful lot of noise recently, about how important it is to recruit the right people; people who are naturally creative but who can also think logically, and adapt easily. We know it’s not an easy role to... More

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How to Implement the Rel=”Publisher” Google Authorship Mark Up

You don't need me to tell you how popular 'Rich Snippets' have become to the world of search and social media. Everywhere you turn you'll find write-ups about new schemas that allow you to add extra data to show how great your pages are in the SERPs. You may have even read my recent post 'How to... More

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SMX London 2012 – Tips, Tricks & Takeaways

So, we've been fortunate enough to go to the excellent SMX London conference over the last couple of days, and have discussed ideas with some of the world's finest search brains. Below are some of the main takeaways that we have taken across all of the sessions:   Day one: Search... More

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A Guide To Rich Snippets, Schema & Microdata

I have been scouring the Internet in my quest to learn more about microformats and using schemas, but unfortunately, the majority of posts that I've found are from authors trying to exaggerate its difficulty level in order to make something quite simple sound more technical. With that in mind I... More

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How to Implement the Rel=”Author” Tag – A Step by Step Guide

As Google develops and becomes increasingly "personalised", we take a look at Google Authorship mark up. By using rel="author" and rel="me", you can enhance the way the SERPs display your content and put your name and face to your work - the photo is taken from your Google+ profile.  There are, of... More

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The Google “Venice” Update – Power to the (Local) People

There are countless Google updates happening at any one time and to be fair, most of them aren't worth talking about. However, we've realised that when Google go to the effort of actually naming an update, it's probably worthwhile paying some serious attention. Just think back to "Google Panda" and... More