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Respond to your guest post comments / Daniel Vassiliou

by on February 15, 2013

We all know the value of guest posts to our SEO strategies. They are a great way to get content into specific marketplaces, as well as offering valuable “link juice” as a reward for our hard work, sourcing blogs and writing interesting content.

There is one thing that I see time after time, and that is blogs that maybe have one or two comments from readers, but no reply or response from the person who has written he post. I find this to be both lazy and short sighted. Those two traits regularly go together I find.

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Laughter Spot : “The fight we had last night was my fault”

by on February 15, 2013

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Virgin Media – 230 new jobs at its contact centre in Swansea

by on February 14, 2013

Virgin Media has today announced plans to create 230 new jobs at its contact centre in Swansea.

The communications company said the expansion is needed to help meet consumer demand for next generation television and superfast broadband.

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Marketing tech start-up wins $15million in funding, plus Skype, Badoo and Wix as new customers – Persado

by on February 14, 2013

Persado, creator of data-driven marketing software, today announced $15 million in Series A funding, led by Bain Capital Ventures. The company plans to use the capital to significantly expand its sales & marketing efforts, more than double its spend on R&D, and establish a new headquarters in New York City.

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Tomorrow is the day – Have you got your Ferrero Rocher yet? / Shopitize

by on February 13, 2013

Tomorrow is the day - Have you got your Ferrero Rocher yet? (and of course cashback via Shopitize app)  Ferrero Rocher Topiary Tree Idea & Image thanks to: http://curiousofcraft.blogspot.co.uk/

 

Tomorrow is the day - Have you got your Ferrero Rocher yet? (and of course cashback via Shopitize app)

Ferrero Rocher Topiary Tree Idea & Image

http://curiousofcraft.blogspot.co.uk/

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Laughter Spot : 4 year old toddler and the wrong number

by on February 13, 2013

I called home to find out how my 4 year old toddler was doing during the day. My mum who takes care of Seth, said that he had used a stool which he climbed up on to reach the medicine cabinet, which by the way, he knows not to touch. So my mum gives him the phone so that I could speak with him.  [more…]

Mediasyndicator appointed by The Football League to co-ordinate digital media sales for 86 FL Interactive Clubs

by on February 13, 2013

The Football League (FL), has today announced the appointment of Sportsyndicator, the sports division of Mediasyndicator, to manage advertising sales for the digital properties of the 86 professional football clubs in the FL interactive network until June 2013.

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Guest Post : Retailers miss a trick on G-Day as Google Shopping introduces paid listings / Hedley Aylott, CEO of Summit

by on February 12, 2013

12 February, 2013, London – Retailers may not be making the most of the opportunities afforded by Google’s switch over from free to paid listings on Google Shopping, which goes live tomorrow (13 February), says Summit, a provider of consulting, online marketing and ecommerce to retailers in the UK and Europe. [more…]

Tesco’s Everyday Value bolognese is up to 100% horsemeat

by on February 12, 2013

Tesco’s has issued an apology to customers after its Everyday Value spaghetti bolognese is revealed to be ‘up to 100% horsemeat’.

"The frozen Everyday Value Spaghetti Bolognese should contain only Irish beef from our approved suppliers,” said Tesco’s technical director Tim Smith.

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Mother London wins £10m Halfords account

by on February 11, 2013

  • "We have started on a journey to reposition Halfords as a provider of expert help and services. Working with Mother is another important step towards this transformation."
  • Cycling, Halfords core business, is indeed booming in the UK but private equity-owned Halfords has failed to profit from this as much as it should have, partly as a result of under-investment in its stores (often the case with indebted private equity owners).
  • Bikes have become a designer choice these days, often costing £1000 and upwards, but the rather utilitarian Halfords has been bypassed.

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