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The Rise of Live Streaming Apps: What You Need To Know: http://buff.ly/1E3FkbY #periscope #meerkat #livestreaming #apps
Live streaming apps like Periscope and Meerkat are taking over the marketing world. Check out our blog and learn more about how marketers can use them.
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Check out this new tool, launched at #brightonSEO  on Friday, April 10th. 
Would love as many of you using and feeding back info to us on a new free bookmarklet we have launched Thanks Gareth
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The incredibly smart +Sanil Subhash Chandra Bose discusses Big Data Transformation Projects, and how oragnisations need to set themselves up for 'data thinking'.
How can businesses make the transformation to making data led strategical decisions based on big data? Read on to find out
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Our Search & Social Media Marketing CPD course starts again on 05 March. Please share if you know anyone that would like to join us at MediaCityUK or by our distance course http://blogs.salford.ac.uk/searchmarketing/
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+Sanil Subhash Chandra Bose​ check this out
 
Shhh... We're Soft Launching the New Link Intersect Feature Only Here on G+

In Open Site Explorer, if you navigate to Link Opportunities → Link Intersect (e.g. https://moz.com/researchtools/ose/opportunities/link-intersect?site=getchute.com&page=1&scope=page_to_domain&competitors%5B0%5D=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.curalate.com%2F&competitors%5B1%5D=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.piqora.com%2F), starting ~5 minutes ago, you'll get to experience our new, full-index-powered version of the data.

When it first launched, this tool wasn't particularly great because it only used the Fresh Web Index, so unless lots of news/blogs/rss sites linked to you in the last 30 days, there wouldn't be many results. Now, things are different. Give it a spin - plug into two sites you think influencers in your field might link to and your own site as the exclusionary one, and you should see some MIGHTY FINE link opportunities.

Would love any feedback. We won't be doing any marketing for this broadly until next week, but if you find anything, please drop me a line!
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Our very own +Sean Bell has written an excellent beginner's guide to keyword research on the +Fast Web Media blog. Check out part 1 here.
Our two part series will take you through all the steps to perform successful and efficient keyword research to be able to optimise your website.
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Our very own +Paul Jasper talks mobile for e-commerce, and what the benefits are.
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Providing a flawless mobile experience has become a necessity, so ecommerce brands need to place their focus on mobile marketing in 2015.
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This is an awesome course.
 
Search and Social Media Marketing course review

Leading lights from the digital media industry have joined forces with academics in the UK to produce a groundbreaking search engine optimisation (SEO) and Social Media Marketing CPD course designed to improve digital marketing skills. Delivered at the University of Salford, MediaCityUK – this course will help you and your business by offering SEO and digital marketing training by the industry for the industry.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8MQA_WcPI38

http://blogs.salford.ac.uk/searchmarketing/
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Five reasons to use +Outbrain in 2015, by +Jo Turnbull.
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    Director of Search, 2011 - present
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    Head of Search, 2010 - 2011
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    Search Manager, 2009 - 2010
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    Search Executive, 2008 - 2009
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    Marketing Executive, 2006 - 2008
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    E-Commerce, 2003 - 2006
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Greenwich - unapologetically middle-class, but looks fab. Which was how I'd describe the poached eggs on toast I ordered at the Pavilion Tea House. "How does one describe poached eggs on toast as middle-class?" I hear you cry. HALF A PIECE OF ARTISAN TOAST. Not even a whole round! Don't get me wrong, the two eggs were more than un-oeuf (enough), with perfectly runny yolks, and the toast was just the nutty side of perfect. For the hungover amongst you: DON'T go here if you're looking to quell your Sunday morning trembles with a greasy-protein-and-carb-fest. DO go here if fresh air, great coffee, and smashing views are your perfect cure.
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The best pizza in London. I've had me a few pizzas in my time, but this place genuinely beats them all. The freshest ingredients, perfect dough, all served by the friendliest staff at an honest price. Forget Domino's, and TRY OPERA!
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Would highly recommend. I used them for my house sale, and received exceptional service.
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Momo, momo momo, momo momo, momo there's no limit...There's no limit to how tasty the momos were for our starter. They tasted very authentically Nepalese, and kicked-off the meal perfectly. Next-up: Lamb Biryani. Almost made the school-boy error of ordering a rice on the side. Dodged that bullet, but did order the chef's naan basket - which came with enough naan to feed a hungry rugby team. We weren't a hungry rugby team, but we done ate it anyway. And it was delicious - the garlic naan in particular. No room for pudding, but we capped-off with a bottle of Gurkha beer - which is well worth a try. Not sure how Nepalese it was, since it's brewed in the EU according to their rather natty website. The courses were punctuated with friendly service, and the whole atmosphere of the place was vibrant - although it was a Saturday night. I would highly recommend this place - not too expensive, and really delicious food.
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I took my 996 here for diagnosis and repair after an issue with the engine. They sorted it out within a day, with a very honest price and service. Would highly recommend.
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The pizzas here are amazing. It's was the first time I'd had black pudding on a pizza, and it won't be the last!
Atmosphere: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
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