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Article Archive for March 2012

Social Media Week 2012: A Bird’s Eye View

March 31, 2012 – 6:45 pm | 2 Comments | 
Social Media Week 2012 Infographic

Following on from the partnership between OMN London and Adobe for our hugely successful Social Media Week 2012 event in February, I’m belatedly posting the infographic that the guys at Adobe created using their Social Analytics platform to extrapolate some interesting data from the buzz around the event. There’s some fascinating stuff here, I particularly […]

Google Reaches Out To UK SEOs

March 28, 2012 – 1:22 pm | 6 Comments | 
Google reaches out to SEOs

On Tuesday 20th March Google opened up its UK office to a select bunch of SEOs from major search agencies across Europe. When the invite came through I had to admit I was surprised; Google? Discussing SEO?! With SEOs?!?! It’s hardly what you’d call a regular occurrence. However, it soon became pretty obvious why the […]

Digital Account Manager Role at Quad London

March 26, 2012 – 10:00 am |
Content Marketing Agency

Recommend our new digital account manager and we’ll give you £500! Quad London is hiring a new digital account manager. Do you know an experienced account manager looking for a new challenge? Do you want £500? Of course you do. Take a look here for the job spec: Digital Account Manager position. Quad is a […]

Inbound Marketing – Why Is A Name So Important?

March 17, 2012 – 7:16 pm |
Inbound Marketing traffic for Hub Spot

There’s a huge debate in the online marketing industry at the moment about nomenclature.  The convergence of SEO, PR and social media marketing is big news, and competition is heating up out there with many historically SEO or PR or social businesses jumping on new terms to describe what they’re doing, and differentiate themselves temporarily […]