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Vine: The Beginners Guide to a Growing Trend

Vine with Verve Grapes! (By our own Ana Ferreira) I've had a couple of weeks to play around with Vine, the video sharing application, which being less than a year old has been crawling up the social standings at a rapid pace. The swift uptake has been fuelled by creative users with the... More

@lisadmyers

Verve Search Shortlisted for Best Agency at UK Search Awards 2013

We are very excited to announce that Verve Search has just been shortlisted in the category Best Agency at the UK Search Awards 2013. The awards celebrate the best of the UK's SEO, PPC, social campaigns, agencies and in house. In the past 12 months Verve Search has seen an incredible... More

@sohaibmsiddique

Google Analytics Not Provided to Go up to 100%

Last week I wrote about getting useful insights from Google Analytics (GA) not provided data. The primary focus of that article was aimed at attaining and analysing keyword data for useful information. I wish I knew what awaited all digital marketers around the world. Over the past two years,... More

@luke_walmsley

#BrightonSEO 2013 “Breaking down the Silos” Matt Roberts

BrightonSEO was undoubtedly a huge success, bringing fresh ideas to the stage through the talent from Agencies, Tools and Media's that we know, love and use (too much). Matt Roberts, Linkdex, came to discuss the ‘Breaking down the Silos'. A Guide to creating the Ultimate Team, and I believe,... More

@MattELindley

Winning Formula: Examples of Creative Online Competitions

Are you running an online competition as part of your SEO strategy? A few weeks ago I wrote a post about the key ingredients that every online giveaway needs. This week I'm focussing on arguably the most important ingredient of them all: how to come up with that creative angle that captures the... More

@sohaibmsiddique

How to Turn the Dreaded (not provided) Into Useful Data

I was lucky enough to attend Dara’s Advanced Google Analytics (GA) training course on Thursday at #brightonSEO. The issue of Google’s (not provided) came up within the first five minutes of the hour. Everyone had a deathly, depressed look on their face. Including me. Perhaps the biggest take... More

@wwlinn

#BrightonSEO 2013 – On Page Success

As Brighton SEO goes into the third session (the one I personally had looked forward to the most) we look at different aspects of on page success, and even though they all have their unique input of how you can bring your website to the better, they also have something in common, they all make sure... More

@HeiniHuhtinen

#BrightonSEO: The Importance of SEO at BBC Sport by Paul Plunkett

It is a well-known fact that when it comes to journalism, SEO is not as popular as it could be. I bet many old-school journalists still think all online editorial is nonsense and SEO equals compromising on good writing or wooing audiences with scandalous stories. However, it is also a fact that... More

@ruthharrisonrob

Brighton SEO – Google+ For Brands

Adriano Accardo from Google's presentation about what G+ can do for your brand, was an insight into how communities work on line and how brands are seen and used in this forum. Community was the keyword throughout this presentation- people love being part of a community, we are constantly with a... More

@Martazepol

Brighton SEO 2013: Next Step World Domination

The first session of Brighton SEO was dedicated to the Multilingual Linkbuilding so I thought to myself: "I know about this". I work as a Content Writer for the Spanish and the English market at Verve Search, an international SEO & Content agency. The Blue Glass session talked about how... More