A lovely ‘wisdom tree’ I spotted over on infographics site Visually showing how driving traffic to your site is a great thing achieved by many means,...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: December 08, 2011 In: Marketing, Online Recruitment, Opinion, Social Networking Comments: 0

One for the recruiters but appropriate to a number of industries I guess. One of the greatest things about Twitter and Facebook is that you can...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: September 12, 2010 In: Internet Marketing, Marketing, Social Networking Comments: 0

I’m not sure where to post this – I have three ‘home’ blogs on the go at the moment for various reasons plus one ‘work’ blog...

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According to Hitwise, “the leader in online competitive intelligence”, traffic to Twitter.com has grown by a massive 22 times in the last 12 months, with 93%...

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Chris Anderson of Wired magazine coined the term “the long tail” to describe the Amazon-like business model where every possible niche product is available – due...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: December 19, 2008 In: Fun, Marketing, Viral Marketing Comments: 0

Some of our creative friends – Stiff Rowlands – have made a wonderful star shine over Manchester using Google Maps for their 2008 Christmas Card….
By: Dave Haygarth On: August 29, 2008 In: Fun, Gadgets, Internet Marketing, Marketing, Viral Marketing Comments: 0

There are a lot of these “un-boxing” videos around the web nowadays — geeks opening their new gadgets for the first time and showing off their...

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Catalogue|E-Business – one of the leading magazines for online and catalogue retailers has posted an article about using Email and Social Media as your marketing tools...

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Sometimes people can tend to put so much effort into design and layout that content suffers.  Even worse, text content’s great, design and layout are great,...

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Recruiter Magazine has recently published an interesting article about search engine optimisation for Recruitment Companies. Nothing new here as far as we are concerned, but a...

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