Bing search engine beyond ignoring
Vikky Littlewood

Microsoft’s Bing has recently teamed up with Yahoo in both the sponsored (pay-per-click) and unsponsored (natural/organic) listings and are now taking around 24% of organic searches.  The Bing AdCenter now shows ads on Bing and Yahoo, so is Bing is probably worth engaging with. 


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New informational website for Leisure Lists
Vikky Littlewood

New website for Leisure Lists clearly segmenting service offering, making information easier to find. Fully supported with search marketing campaigns to meet business sales targets.

New website for Leisure Lists

Improve your e-commerce performance with visitor analysis
Vikky Littlewood

The online retail market is expected to double in the next five years (according to a recent report by Forrester [expected to be worth €40 billion by 2014]), and to ensure that this opportunity can be fully realised, retailers need to ensure their website is performing at its peak.  Retailers must improve website experience through better segmentation and targeting, focusing the experience towards the customer and removing any negative encounters.
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Grant scheme for your website project
Vikky Littlewood

It’s back! The TakeITon grant fund scheme is available again for small and medium sized businesses in the East of England. Support may be available for 40% of a project cost (excluding VAT) subject to a maximum of £4000.
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Find Great Keywords Without Keyword Tools
Karen King

Search engine visibility requires good keywords

To appear high up on a search engine you need to focus on relevant terms or “keywords”.

The first thought when trying to find new keywords for your marketing campaign is to use a keyword tool. However, this is not always the best place to start.
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