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aaron barefoot

A day in the life of... an SEO account manager

What is it like to work in the world of SEO, that most mythologised of marketing disciplines?

Aaron Barefoot, SEO Account Manager at Threepipe, reveals all.

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How fashion retailers can use search trend data to inform marketing & product strategy

Search trend data is a valuable asset for fashion brands.

Not only does it help marketers target customers at the right time, but it can also support offline efforts to optimise the entire user journey.

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10 of the best digital marketing stats we’ve seen this week

There are lots of fine stats to enjoy this week.

You’ll find news about online search, consumer behaviour, email, apps and even more.

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Seven ways Google helps you unlock the secrets to creating killer content

For content ideas and inspiration, most content creators depend on a number of techniques.

They might develop buyer personas, talk with the sales team (to get first-hand insights about customer challenges), conduct customer research (which can get expensive) and regularly brainstorm new topics. Plus they rely on a very highly developed ‘gut feel’ that tells them when a topic or idea will work. 

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How machine learning has made Google search results more relevant

Last year, Google announced that it was using a system called RankBrain to help guide the development of its search algorithm. 

Essentially, the aim was to provide better and more relevant search results to users.

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Ikea renames products for new SEO-focused Retail Therapy campaign

Ikea is frequently cited as a master of branding, marketing and advertising, and it has a portfolio of campaigns and creative to justify the compliment.

The latest: the company's Retail Therapy website, which is part of its Where Life Happens campaign.

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It’s the little things: Google advancements in 2016

Fancy hardware and ‘moonshots’ are all very well but it’s the seemingly small innovations that Google makes to its search results which are really exciting.

2016 has seen lots, especially on the mobile side, and this is a look at the impact of some of the tiny yet mighty updates Google has made this year. 

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2017

SEO trends in 2017: What do the experts predict?

What will 2017 bring for SEO?

Our experts have already weighed in on the biggest trends that happened in 2016, now they look to the future.

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penguin

What were the biggest SEO trends of 2016?

It's that time of year again; time to take stock of everything that's happened in marketing since January.

Let's start by looking at the big talking points in SEO, with the help of some our industry's esteemed search experts.

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Site speed for SEO: Why it's about more than just loading times

One of the first things I was taught when I started out in SEO a few years ago was that “your site speed is part of Google’s algorithm and can affect ranking performance.”

My reply was something like “Google has algorithms?”

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Black Friday 2016: How are UK retailers optimising search landing pages?

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, many online retailers are preparing for one of the biggest days of the year – Black Friday.

However, with increasing backlash over the ‘Black Friday creep’ – is it still all it’s cracked up to be?

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If search marketers can't predict which pages will outrank each other, is SEO just a crapshoot?

For years, many companies have invested heavily in SEO. But when it really comes down to it, is SEO just a crapshoot?

That's a question worth asking following a survey that asked hundreds of respondents to predict which page would rank higher than the other for a variety of keywords.

The result: "most SEOs are no better than a coin-flip at predicting which page will rank better."

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