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is Managing Director at Receptional.com and was previously chief executive officer (CEO) at Wordtracker.com. With 20 years marketing experience, Justin has worked with a variety of the UK’s leading brands as well as internationally recognised businesses. These include technology companies such as Inmarsat, BT, and Nokia, as well as BP, Shell, the UK Foreign Office, Lloyds TSB, Ernst & Young, and many others. You can follow Justin on Twitter

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Oct

21st

Copy That Ranks Well Or Copy That’s Compelling? Why Not Both?

Back in the early days of the internet, around the late 1990s – the time that Receptional was founded – some clever marketers noticed that changing the keywords they used on their web pages affected the rankings and the amount of traffic they received from the search engines. And lo, SEO copywriting was born. Yet,...

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Oct

10th

Receptional nominated for 3 UK Search Awards

Great news at Receptional Towers. We are delighted to have been nominated in three categories in the 2013 UK Search Awards. The awards, run by Don’t Panic, celebrate all that’s best in the digital marketing sphere. We will be competing in the Best Blog and Best Integrated Campaign categories. And our link building whizzkid, James...

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Oct

8th

10 Sure-fire Content Ideas That Will Make Your Site A Link Magnet

We know that, for your site to get to the top of the search rankings, you’re going to need to attract links – and lots of them. One of the best ways of attracting links is by creating fantastic content. Which, almost certainly means lots of content, lots of promotion, and lots of ideas. In...

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Sep

20th

How to increase prices by 17% without losing sales

If you made it along to BrightonSEO on Friday 13 September you may have attended my presentation about “increasing prices without losing sales”. If not, I’ve translated it into this article to help those of you who are dubious about asking for more from your prospects.   It’s an odd headline, isn’t it? 17% …...

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Aug

7th

What are the different keyword types?

Successful SEO starts with keyword research. Fail to research and it’s likely your online marketing’s headed for failure too. It helps to have a clear sense of what you’re looking for. So, here’s some advice on how to find the most suitable – and profitable – keywords for your business. As we know, a keyword...

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Jul

23rd

6 Reasons Why Inbound Marketing is Crucial to Attracting More Buyers

The number of searches conducted online has quadrupled since only 2007: when a searcher reaches your site, the quality of a lead can be very high. There is a great chance that a search engine visitor is going to be a solid new business lead. This is John Wanamaker. Many years ago, he set up...

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Jul

1st

Which social media is best for you? [video]

Social media is everywhere. And at the last count there were officially more than a zillion different social media channels. Your business can’t be on all of them. And, nor should it be. Today, I’d like to share some thoughts on how you can find a social media channel that suits you. Just click to...

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Jul

1st

Why Social Media Matters [video]

    There is no shortage of hype about the importance of social media in digital marketing. Lots of our clients have been put off by all the hype, and haven’t invested in social. Which is a great shame. Because at Receptional we’re starting to see online companies really benefiting from social marketing. So, in...

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Jun

21st

How to create a site structure that search engines (and human visitors) will love

A well planned site structure improves your chances of ranking well in Google’s results. In this post we’re going to look at how to set up your site’s structure – so that search engines can find your best, most profitable content and your site’s visitors have a great experience. Why site structure is important (part...

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Apr

14th

Are you making this critical content mistake?

At Friday’s BrightonSEO conference, Richard Falconer, who’s Head of Technical Search at marketing agency LBi, outlined some underused search engine optimisation (SEO) tactics. One was a technical method of crawling websites – called grebbing – that produced some intriguing political results. It is possible to use Richard’s technique to discover pages that remain half-formed –...

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