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11 Apr

The New SEO and What You Must Not Do Anymore

  • Posted by Paul Heaton
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  • Google, SEO, social media
How your website gets found is always changing, as search engines adapt and evolve. Search engine optimisation (SEO) is not a fixed set of ways of doing things, and tactics that might have worked once may not continue to do so. Here’s a note of caution: not only can getting your SEO wrong result in
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20 Mar

Are You Failing to Make the Most of Your Content?

  • Posted by Paul Heaton
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  • Content, Marketing, social media
The sexy word currently doing the rounds among many digital marketers is leverage. This means using the right tools to get content in front of an audience. The tools must be appropriate to the task, using different media to increase brand visibility. This means having the right content strategy in place. However, leverage will only
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22 Sep

How Do You Choose the Right Social Media Channels?

  • Posted by Paul Heaton
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  • Facebook, LinkedIn, social media, twitter
Freedom of choice – does this also mean having the freedom to fail? Businesses are presented with wide choice of social media channels but this can create issues, because, to be effective, the social media channel has to be the right one. Imagine choosing a social media channel as being like choosing what clothes to
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02 Feb

Social Media Automisation – Are We Too Automated?

  • Posted by Paul Heaton
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  • Blog, social media, Tweets
As a successful Digital Marketing Company in Manchester we often find ourselves strapped for time, much like many small business owners today. Multi-tasking is the way forward. With the ever increasing use of technology, we are now able to automate so many things – from weather updates to flight alerts. There is no doubt that
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17 Jan

Social Media – Does It Really Work?

  • Posted by Paul Heaton
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  • digital, Facebook, Instragram, LinkedIn, Marketing, Media, Social, social media, twitter
As one of the leading creative agencies in Manchester we are well aware that there has been a huge buzz around social media over the last few years, especially as a digital marketing tool for small businesses. Conventional wisdom would have us believe that every business should be using social media, with a presence on
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17 Oct

How to Create an Online Presence in Your Local Area

  • Posted by Paul Heaton
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  • Blogging, business, digital, local, online, SEO, social media, youtube
The internet has grown and grown in recent years, and it is now more important than ever for businesses to have a presence online. More and more people are using the internet for both recreational and business purposes, and they can now access it from their tablets and smart-phones too. In fact, if you talk
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17 Jun

What’s so good about blogging for business?

  • Posted by Paul Heaton
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  • Blogging, digital, SEO, social media
As a Digital Agency in Manchester, Reform Creative knows how important blogging is for business and for SEO – but do you? Blogging can be shown to be one of the most valuable tools that businesses have, enabling them to easily engage with customers. Need more persuasion? Then here are our top reasons why every
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01 Feb

lol – laugh out loud or lots of love?

  • Posted by Paul Heaton
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  • acronym, fun, lol, OMG, Reform, trending
Do you know your LOL from your OMG. These terms are well known but what is trending right now? Thanks to internetslang.com here are the top 10 most popular look ups today. VATO – “Dude (Mexican)” ONNA – “Oh No, Not Again” IMMD – “It Made My Day” TATA – “Goodbye” GOML – “Get On
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28 Jan

How to be a good tweeter

  • Posted by Paul Heaton
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  • Facebook, friends, Google, gossip, how to, social media, twitter
Twitter, in my opinion,  is the best social media platform when it comes to reaching like-minded individuals. It reaches over 250,000 times more people than its bigger rival, Facebook, when it comes to networking. Twitter is fast and friendly, and you can chat to people who are actually interested in following you. This means your
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