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Dixon Jones set up Receptional in 1999. As one of the founding fathers of the search engine marketing industry, Dixon regularly participates as a public speaker at major internet conferences around the world including SMX; SES and Pubcon.

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May

31st

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 be empty. Google’s Panda update...

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Apr

1st

Working at Receptional

Would you like to work at Receptional? We are always looking for bright people with a flair for Internet Geek stuff! In the first instance, please send a CV with a hand written cover letter to our Managing Director, Richard Picking, at our Bedfordshire office. Receptional’s offices are great for people that have tried the...

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Feb

18th

James Hare Joins Receptional

This month we are happy to welcome James Hare as a new member of the team joining Receptional. James joins us hot out of Warwickshire University (via some odd jobs that he tried before we showed him his true vocation!). Whilst James has only been with us a couple of weeks, his degree in Business...

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Nov

8th

Page Rank Unmasked

Tweet If you are patient enough to read all this through, the results are pretty explosive if you are into SEO. I have a way to predict the PageRank®  offered by Google’s Toolbar with a correlation of around 0.8 (R2=0.65)*. At the moment my working theory is that I may be able to predict Page...

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Sep

15th

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 was a well produced video...

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Sep

2nd

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 reduce the control of sophisticated...

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Aug

26th

Link data from Blekko

There’s a new kind of search engine in Beta. I’ll leave a generic review to others but was asked By Garrett French about what Blekko had to offer in terms of links. Hmm… OK Garrett. Ben owes me a favour now! It’s probably something that every link builder will want to know though, soon enough. On every search result,...

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Aug

24th

Problems of Visualizing Data

I saw this today and I think that it is really useful if you have to report on stats and data, especially in Marketing. Thankyou to David McCandless The talk is brilliant and I urge you to watch it if you have 18 minutes spare. But it presents us with a challenge at the 13...

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Aug

11th

Link building case study

Receptional have published a case study on link development after working with Paddypower in the six months leading up to the soccer World Cup just finished. Grabbing a screenshot yesterday (admittedly a few weeks post event), Paddypower are still in second position for the phrase “world cup betting”. Receptional have a significant link development arm to...

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Jun

24th

Bloggers Get More Out Of Going Out

Receptional have now had more of a chance to assess the potential of their recent Blogger Meet Up and I think our findings are worth telling every blogger. To recap – we ran a very informal event in a London pub for bloggers to come and just… chat. We wanted to see whether people enjoyed the...

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