Tag: search engine optimisation

The Buzz Behind Google’s Hummingbird

February 2nd, 2014   •   no comments   

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In case you don’t already know, the world of Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is going to the birds. Or more specifically, the Hummingbird.

Announcing its brand new algorithm for search recently at its birthday, Google’s Hummingbird claims to make search more natural, contextual and human. In other words, trying to “game” the system through unrelated keywords, meta-tags, links, and other spammy devices may work less effectively in future.
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Social Marketology: Book Review

June 6th, 2013   •   no comments   

Social media marketing is probably the most heavily written management topic on the planet. Unfortunately, many books, articles, blogs and podcasts on social media focus too heavily on the “feel good” factor of success stories. These tend to be more inspirational than instructional.

Ric Dragon’s seminal publication Social Marketology is different. Providing a methodical framework covering strategy, organisation, execution and measurement, the book provides a step by step process to managing the social media marketing function.

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Social Media Optimisation or Originality?

November 13th, 2012   •   no comments   

Do social media gurus exist? (courtesy of Brian Copeland)

I’m caught in a digital dilemma.

On the one hand, I know that I should find ways to raise my social media score (courtesy of Klout.com). There are lots that I can do to “game the system”.
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