Verve
Blog
Home > Blog
@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

@ManilDFernando

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

@HeiniHuhtinen

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

@glenmcmurry

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

@sirenhole

SES London 2014, 1st day: “Being human is crucial”

"Being human is crucial." These were the words of the conference’s first keynote speaker, Bruce Daisley, UK Management Director at Twitter. Only minutes into my first session at the first day of SES, I realised that his statement was a common thread I might be able to trace in the sessions I... More

@michaelguyperry

SES London 2014 – Day One Round-Up

One day of SES London 2014 down, two to go! Here are my highlights of Day One... Running in Real-Time: Bringing Campaigns to Life by Marketing in the Moment In his keynote speech, Bruce Daisley, MD of Twitter UK, gave an interesting insight into how both consumers and brands use Twitter,... More

@michaelguyperry

SES London 2014 Preview – Top Ten Talks

There is now less than a week to go before SES London 2014 kicks off. Ahead of the event, I've been reading up on each of the experts speaking at the conference, and here are my choices for the key talks to go along to. 1. Running in Real-Time: Bringing Campaigns to Life by Marketing in the... More

@michaelguyperry

SES London 2014 Competition: And the Winners Are…!

Over the last week we've been soliciting the worst of the worst SEO-themed chat-up lines via Twitter, in order to give away two platinum tickets to SES London 2014, one of the leading annual events in the Search and Social calendar. So, without further ado, the winners are... *drum roll* This... More

@agnestenlund

The Selfie – An easy tip to improve your social media appearance

The Selfie, that small little occupation, is an ultimate textbook example of how something that didn’t even exist five years ago has suddenly become one of the most obvious parts of our everyday internet lives. On the surface the selfie might seem like a crappy and superficial little narcissistic... More