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Great article by +Jon Wilks on the convergence of web content writing and journalism - from someone who has great experience in both verticals. I often suggest to journalists/writers that jumping to the web isn't as much a leap as they expect, now I'll point them to this article.
The old adage has it that writing for the internet differs greatly to writing for print. However, content strategist Jon Wilks tends to disagree.
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A heartbreak mother is pleading for justice for her son on the nineth anniversary tomorrow (Friday) of him plunging to his death from a balcony in suspicious circumstances.Police still haven’t closed the case in London’s East End on actor Mark Blanco who was “pushed or fell” from a balcony at Whitechapel’s Fieldgate Mansions tenement dwellings where rock star Pete Doherty was having a party on the night of December 2/3, 2006.
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Looks like Is Denver Airport, unless I'm mistaken, as +Terry Simmonds has rightly pointed out... ;-)

#starwarstuesday  
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I recently had the opportunity to present at the SEJsummit London – a jointly run event between SEJ and SearchMetrics. The event focuses on practical takeaways for in-house and agency marketers. As part of my presentation, I used an example of a Seasonal Keyword Heat Map. Several people at the event and through Twitter asked …
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If you missed #BrightonSEO then you can recap all the videos and slide decks presented > https://nickwilsdon.com/brightonseo-2016-videos-presentations-slides/
BrightonSEO 2016 is the largest SEO conference in the UK, held twice a year. You can watch the videos of the events and download the speaker presentations
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Google Analytics Calculated Metrics

Just started playing with GA Calculated Metrics and... wow. They're such a great complement to other engagement metrics. For Deliberate Digital, I track various engagement metrics and conversions. 

Calculated Metrics add fuel to this fire. Looking at a very basic calculated metric of conversions/user, it immediately becomes clear with (page)+(traffic source) combinations are the most valuable.

BTW, turns out Twitter is better source of referrals for me than Google+. What's up with that folks?! :D

The help docs are a decent start, but you really need to read +Avinash Kaushik's write-up:

https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6121409?hl=en

http://www.kaushik.net/avinash/analytics_tips_smart_calculated_metrics/
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This is a nicely done presentation with many good points in it.
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Those lovely people at +WarrenEvansBeds are giving away £1000 bedroom set. Good luck! 
Win a best-selling double Sunday bed, a luxurious double Sienna mattress and two three-quarter length underbed storage boxes, all thanks to London bed makers, Warren Evans! Good luck!
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Good interview from #fantomaster  on cloaking in the Chinese market - I expect an extradition warrant from Beijing any day now for Ralph :)
Becky Liggero talks to Ralph Tegtmeier, as he discuss tactics that he uses for success with China’s premier search engine Baidu.
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Education
  • University of Sussex
    Sociology w/ Development Studies, 1998 - 2001
  • Sussex Downs College
    Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Sociology, Environmental Science, 1997 - 1998
  • Royal Grammar School Guildford
    GCSEs, 1987 - 1992
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Digital Strategist & Consultant
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Digital strategist and consultant. Founder at E3 Business Incubator, a consultancy group helping enterprises and start-ups. Extensive experience across digital channels, built up working for two global marketing agencies. Now available as an independent consultant.

Experienced blogger and writer for industry blogs, The Drum, Reuters and printed publications including The Moscow Times.
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15 years in digital and still love every minute
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Digital Strategist & Consultant
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Digital strategy, content marketing, content distribution, SEO, SEM, PPC, CRO
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  • E3 Business Incubator
    Founder, consultant, 2014 - present
    Group of seasoned digital experts, with experience gained working at global marketing agencies and on campaigns of every size. Now available as consultants, we deliver recommendations and support that grows businesses, start-ups and our own incubator projects.
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London - Moscow
Udon noodles and stuffed aubergines were good but otherwise the food was not enjoyable. Expensive compared to other local options, so was a disappointing experience. To be fair, it might have been the choice of menu items but unlikely to return for second try at that price.
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We had a really good lunch here with the family - 4 adults and 2 children for about £15 per head w/ shared starter, main, deserts and soft drinks. The service was very good, friendly and attentive, although could be a little faster. Quality of the food was excellent - warm bread, nutty olive oil and balsamic dip with queen olives to start, followed by perfectly cooked medium rare steak with chips and salad. Cornish cream ice-cream was a winner for desert. From reading some other reviews, it looks like they have been working on improving the food and it's paid off - the meal was restaurant quality, not your usual pub food. You need to ask for the children's menu and arrive early if you want to sit outside in the sunshine at the front. Dog friendly. Very pleased we picked Tide End Cottage and will definitely return.
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