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Web Vitality are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced PPC advertising professional to join our expanding team. You’ll have the opportunity to work with a great team, and develop your digital marketing knowledge within the experienced online marketing team at Web Vitality.
The right candidate must be a self-starting individual, with strong organisational and written skills. You must have a proven background in PPC, Affiliate Management, a passion for the PPC industry, and be committed to keeping up to date with industry news, trends and best practices.
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Web Vitality are looking for an enthusiastic candidate to fill the role of senior SEO consultant within our ever growing team. You’ll have the opportunity to work with an interesting client base within a friendly young agency, and develop your digital marketing knowledge within the experienced online marketing team at Web Vitality.
The right candidate must be a self-starting individual, with strong organisational and written skills. You must have a proven background in SEO, a passion for the SEO industry, and be committed to keeping up to date with industry news, trends and best practices.
Main responsibilities will include:
- SEO strategy and planning
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Not wanting to miss out on the party I thought I would jot my thoughts down about the new Google Disavow tool.
Since the Penguin update link profiles have come under the spotlight quite a lot. Webmaster Tools have been issuing unnatural link warnings and people have generally been in a panic over the whole thing for a while now.
My stance on it is, that if you haven’t got the spammy links in the first place then you won’t have been affected. That said, there are people affected and here are my thoughts.
What Is the Google Disavow Tool?
Not wanting to go down the same route as every other blog post I have read today which has pretty much just repeated what Search Engine Land...
Any company that offers a product or service has a value proposition; whether or not they know it is a different matter however. Commonly, companies find themselves looking for a way to get a potential customer interested in their product or service, only to get progressively more frustrated as new offers and sales just don’t return the results they were hoping for. This is where a well-communicated value proposition comes into play.The application of a good value proposition can be broken down into two parts: identification and communication.
Identifying your Value PropositionAn effective value proposition should answer the following question: If I am your ideal custome...
I know this blog post is a long time coming but after Panda 20 and before we begin we would like to say a big thank you to Google for letting Panda loose on the internet. It was getting harder and harder convincing clients that great content will eventually outperform those spammy websites that were continually out ranking them in the SERPs.
Along came Panda back in April 2011 and wiped loads of terrible websites out, fact. We have purposely kept quiet on this subject over the last eighteen months as we wanted to see how Panda progressed and what Google were going to do with it. From our perspective there are lots of flaws and they still a long way to go although for the most all we are seeing are positive improvements.