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How starting a WordPress blog can help students in the future

 Having a WordPress blog is important for building your online brand. Blogging is more than just writing. Blogging can open many doors for you in all aspects of your life. Whether you start blogging for your career, business strategy or just to document your life, it will advantage your life regardless.   Why you need ... Read More

The growing impact of video content

Following on from my current theme on SEO and digital marketing future predictions, I’m going to explore another phenomenon that will really grow in importance in our industry; online video content. It is predicted that by 2019, internet video traffic will surpass 80%. Video content delivers fast and clear information. It is rich in information as it ... Read More

Childcare SEO advice for EYFS providers

Childcare providers need search engine optimisation (SEO) and digital marketing for their nursery. The UK childcare industry is a large, lucrative business worth £5 billion. In London especially it is very much in high demand as the city gets busier and attracts more people every year. Good local childcare allows parents to work full time and bring in that important ... Read More

Google Deep Mind, AI and the Future of the Web

At the moment we know mobile technology will gain more importance in digital marketing. However the next big industry trend will be artificial intelligence and its impact on the web. It’s been recently found that machines can learn like humans and can show intuition like humans. Intuition is the ability to understand something instinctively without ... Read More

Beginners SEO: SEO jargon de-mystified

When I first began working in SEO the unfamiliar terminology seemed very daunting and a lot to process. Any new term I came across I made a note to learn the definition.  I also wrote down definitions that I already knew but wanted to have available if I needed a recap.  Here is the guide ... Read More