Chrome Store Optimization

Over the last few weeks, we have been helping with the launch of Majestic SEO’s new Chrome Extension. It took a few weeks, but it now seems that the extension is pretty prominent in the Chrome store. As I speak it is trending top of its class in the “Search […]

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Bas van den Beld on What is Social Search?

Bas, http://twitter.com/basvandenbeld  is a quiet hero of mine. He has built www.stateofsearch.com into a fantastic and reputable resource for our industry. He does not present all that often – so it was great to hear him keynote at the UK Search Awards conference today, where MajesticSEO and Receptional was also […]

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Jack Menzel from Google+ talks about Personalized Search

Jack Menzel  is a Google’s Social Search product manager. I am at SMX West in San Jose, sponsoring the event with www.majesticseo.com  and I managed to take some time out to hear him talk. He started by showing us the phrase “SMX”. He showed that whilst everyone in the room […]

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Link Widgets in Action

If you can demonstrate that you have data that is of value, then link widgets definitely can help you in your marketing efforts. However, for the widget to start creating links for you without you having to touch each website owner individually, your content needs to be useful enough for […]

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QR Codes

Free QR Code Offer Throughout September 2011, Receptional are giving newsletter subscribers and Facebook users free QR Codes which redirect users through to the home page of your company website. All you need to do is fill in the contact form telling us which website you want us to create […]

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When is a Link not a Link?

Thanks to Olivia for putting together this infographic.   This rendering may be a bit squashed. Click on the graphic to see it in full size. Here is the link as to where you can read the full post explaining the infographic: http://www.seomoz.org/blog/why-counting-links-is-not-so-easy

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Google Plus on Mobiles

Want to know what Google+ is and how it will work with mobiles? Want to know how you can use it for marketing? OK – let’s get started. Google Plus is a new initiative which is being heralded as a competitor to Facebook. Inspite of a Googler and Aaron Wall […]

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Why Panda is important

Next week, I will be talking in Munich at A4U, along with my friend Ralf Schwoebel from tradebit, on the subject of Pandas. By then, it is pretty likely that Google’s Panda update will have hit Germany, so I hope I am riding a wave and that the room won’t […]

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How has search changed in 1 year and 15% discount code for Pubcon 2010

In a couple of months I will again be speaking, moderating and (for the first time) sponsoring Pubcon in Las Vegas. Last year I was interviewed by Vanessa Zamora and gave away some useful advice (at the time) on Link strategies, URL shorteners and the Future of Search. The result […]

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What will Twitter changes mean for Internet Marketers?

An email is going out to all Twitter users about changes that are taking place. Nothing new about that – I just updated an iPhone app and had to first say I had read and understood 55 new pages of iTunes terms. Yeh – right. But THESE Twitter changes may […]

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