E-Insight Digital Marketing Blog

SEO Versus Social Media in Search

7 March 2010, Jonathan Saipe

Social Media may well be the zeitgeist of the moment, but has its popularity eclipsed that of SEO in search engines? Let Google Trends do the talking…

Web Developer’s SEO Cheat Sheet

5 March 2010, Jonathan Saipe

All credit to the guys at SEOMoz for creating the SEO web developer’s cheat sheet; a 2-page PDF document that reminds developers of the all-important detail for search engine optimisation campaigns. Check it out…

Unleash The Power of Google Alerts

3 March 2010, Jonathan Saipe

Unleash the power of Google AlertsGoogle Alerts is often recommended by SEO agencies and online PR professionals who spend their lives tracking online activity. However the power of Google Alerts is often underestimated and hence under-used.  I have put together 7 ways to unleash the true power of Google Alerts with particular reference to SEO activity.

Good user experience (UX) isn’t just for your website

23 November 2009, Rupert Hughes

When it comes to UX, companies’ internal systems (such as customer service or product management software) are often ignored, but a little investment here can reap big rewards elsewhere.

Using Web Analytics To Improve UX and Revenue

20 November 2009, Jonathan Saipe

Jim Sterne reports on the The Feedback Loop Gap where organisations have web analytics data but they rarely act on it.

Mining The Web’s Emotions

5 November 2009, Jonathan Saipe

I came across this superb video recently. It’s a TED lecture given by Jonathan Harris, a computer scientist and artist based in Brooklyn, USA.
He talks about his project “We Feel Fine” which exquisitely uses technology to mine the world’s blogs collecting snapshots of the bloggers’ feelings and collectively the web’s emotions.

He also introduces his newer project “Universe” which turns current events into constellations of words.

Both projects illustrate that our differences – be they cultural, monetary, political, sexual or geographical – are actually not so diverse as we share the same feelings, issues, concerns, doubts or celebrations.

“We Feel Fine” is not only triumphant in consolidating the web’s emotions via unfiltered and passively observed content, but it also contains beautiful interfaces that translate chaos into coherence.


8 Words For UX Professionals To Live By

2 November 2009, Rupert Hughes

“Don’t Make Me Think” and “First, Do No Harm”. Read Rupert Hughes’ view on the phrases that encapsulate what user experience (UX) is all about…

Samsung Turbo 3000 Multitask. Wow It Rocks!!

1 November 2009, Jonathan Saipe

Yes ok this video clip is 3 years old but it still makes me laugh.

Google Analytics: More Enterprise Level Upgrades

21 October 2009, Jonathan Saipe

Yesterday Google announced the roll-out of more enterprise-level features within Google Analytics. For a free web analytics service which has already surpassed itself and the competition, these new features make Google Analytics all the more compelling.

Ditch Your Principles For Great UX

19 October 2009, Rupert Hughes

Paretos principleThe much-referenced Pareto principle states that for many things in life, 80% of their effect is derived from 20% of their cause. This may be a great rule of thumb for running a business, but it’s a dreadful one for designing a user experience…


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