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Old Mill Group in the UK's Top 20 for Twitter Usage

Posted by Alastair Banks on August 11th 2014 in Social Media, Company News, Digital Marketing

We were delighted to receive the news that our client, Old Mill Group (accountants and financial planners) are making some serious waves on Twitter, a platform we trained them on just a couple of years ago. A recent survey by Accountancy Age found that Old Mill Group ranked 20th in the Top UK accounting firms for Twitter rankings. This...

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What Video Hosting Platform Should I Use?

Posted by Lisa Watson on June 9th 2014 in Video

After hours of filming, editing and rendering you have finally created the perfect video. It's all polished and ready to go, but what platform should you put it on? You know you want it on your website, but you aren't sure whether or not you should be uploading it to YouTube or Vimeo (and then embedding it into your...

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Are you optimising your content with Google Authorship?

Posted by Alastair Banks on May 27th 2014 in Social Media, SEO, Online Marketing, Digital Marketing

We’re all interested in ways to improve our position in the search engine results (often referred to as search engine optimisation) so we can stay ahead of the game. Most people have caught up with the news that keyword-stuffing and other cheap tricks just won’t cut it - in fact this can have a negative effect on your...

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Breathe for Jo – Chiefs Tickets

Posted by Alastair Banks on April 16th 2014 in Uncategorized

In support of my friend Jo Smith I’m giving away our Exeter Chiefs Rugby tickets this weekend (19th April). We have four Gold Card tickets in an excellent location (central and only a few seats down from Rob Baxster himself). The tickets get you access to the Gold Card bar before and after the game and are worth a great...

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Google AdWords Goes (not provided)

Posted by Optix Solutions on April 11th 2014 in PPC, Digital Marketing

Yesterday Google announced that they will no longer pass Keyword data from Ads on Google to analytics packages in order to keep searches secure. This follows the previous changes to the data provided from organic search queries. What is (not provided)? Back in 2011 Google began to send an increasing percentage of users to the SSL encrypted version of their...

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What is Inbound Marketing?

Posted by Amanda Parsons on January 31st 2014 in Social Media, Online Marketing, Company News, Digital Marketing

Not sure what all this Inbound Marketing stuff is all about? Here's a great, concise explanation from Alastair and you can always contact us here if you'd like to find out more. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YntIH4IwyOE For many years marketeers have focused on outbound marketing...  Your message is pushed out attempting to buy people’s attention. Think Radio, Think Magazine Ads, Think TV. With Inbound Marketing the...

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