E-Insight Digital Marketing Blog
12 December 2008, Jonathan Saipe
Once in a while, digital marketers are given access to a widget that is so simple yet so effective, it’s almost too good to be true. Enter the “AddThis” social bookmarking and feed button. Read more about it and you’ll understand what all the fuss is about.
10 December 2008, Jonathan Saipe
Building an opt-in email database is essential if you are serious about email marketing and need to collect quality and targeted subscriber data. Most digital marketers fail to appreciate the breadth of options available to collect opt-in subscriber data. We hope you get some useful tips from the following techniques.
1 December 2008, Jonathan Saipe
If you’re ever wondering why your web analytics is showing a massive spike in traffic, it could be to do with the “homonym effect” in SEO. Read more about this search engine optmisation factor as well as a real life example I came across literally minutes ago.
25 November 2008, Jonathan Saipe
We now see the launch of Google SearchWiki, a set of tools added to Google SERPs enabling Google account holders to edit and comment on Google search results. Is this tool useful for Google users or Google themselves? And will SEO’ers benefit from this in the same way that they did from PageRank before paid links became far more scrutinised?
24 November 2008, Jonathan Saipe
While SEO savvy website owners and SEO professionals work tirelessly on optimising their websites for better search engine rankings, often overlooked is the technique of improving search engine click-through rates (CTR) by optmising website metadata.
20 November 2008, Jonathan Saipe
When writing for the web, an online copywriter cannot afford to ignore the deployment of synonyms within on-page copy, links and site metadata. Read more about the importance of synonyms as an online copywriting strategy.
17 November 2008, Jonathan Saipe
When running regular training courses, the brave soul – otherwise known as the trainer – standing in front of expectant delegates, is meant to be a bit like Mary Poppins: “practically perfect in every way”. Read Emarketeers’ 20 essential tips on becoming the pefect trainer.
19 October 2008, Jonathan Saipe
When it comes to keyphrase research for search engine optimisation, defining user behaviour types enables SEO experts to select short or long tail keyphrases appropriate to the needs to the needs of potential visitors. It also enables information architects and website designers to create content for each user type.
7 October 2008, Jonathan Saipe
Ever wondered how to generate targeted traffic to your blog? If your blog isn’t achieving the volume of traffic you were expecting, take a look at our top 10 tips for acheiving blogging success.
30 June 2008, Jonathan Saipe
With over ten years of commercial web design and development experience, Stephen Hellens, user experience architect at LBi, has kindly published his words of wisdom on the user experience process as part of the user centred design process.