How To Win SEO Clients With Email SPAM

After years of receiving SPAM emails, we feel like we’ve gotten pretty good at creating the perfect online pitch. These are all real emails Digivate have received this year.

You’re an SEO expert, you’ve tried all the tricks in the book to win new clients, but you still can’t convince …

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An Idiot’s Guide to Social Media: Twitter For Beginners

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If you’ve been living under a rock for the last few years, or you’ve never handled a company social media account we’ll forgive you. You know not your own sin.

So if you’re a new business owner, or you’re that poor sod whose boss has just breathed down their neck …

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The Social Media Empire [infographic]

Building a Social Media empire isn’t easy.

The most powerful names of Social Media weren’t formed by keeping themselves to themselves. A brilliant idea isn’t enough to sustain your business. Years of accumulating investments, acquisitions and constantly coming up with innovative concepts have led to their influence on people and …

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Social Media Weekly Roundup

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Updates, layouts, algorithms, trending topics and Facebook stalking– the world of Social Media is constantly changing and we’re always finding important bits of news that can make your virtual lives a little easier. While we can’t add everything that’s happened over the past week in the world of …

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3 Reasons Why Google’s Penalty Madness Must End

What is a Google Penalty?
Google uses links to measure the topic and value of pages on the web and it was perhaps inevitable that some people would build links to pages they wanted to do well in search results, in an attempt to manipulate those results.

Google’s algorithm has been capable …

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SEO & Digital Marketing News Roundup – January 2014

Hey everyone! I’ve been in the habit lately of collating all the monthly SEO and digital marketing news for the benefit of both our team and clients.

People seem to like this (separating the wheat from the chaff can be a mammoth task for a lot of people), so I’ve …

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Local SEO – A Step By Step Guide to Ruling Your Turf!

If you are a small business operating in a fixed location and you are not doing local SEO, you’re missing out big time. The number of localised searches conducted on personal computers has been steadily on the increase for years now, but the rapid spread of mobile technology has …

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Title and Meta Description Length Tool


Good titles and meta descriptions are essential for SEO. But creating effective and keyword-optimised ones can be tedious and challenging.

In particular, it can be tricky to make everything just the right character-length while trying to include all the information you hoped for.

I use this simple Excel spreadsheet which makes …

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10 Ways to Integrate Search, Social and Content

SEO, PPC, Social media and Content working together

Many SEO, PPC and Social Media teams work in isolation from each other with little or no integration between campaigns. Communication and coordination between the departments can be very poor if it happens at all.

This an unfortunate situation but it is a common one in brands and agencies alike. …

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TV Advertising vs. Digital Marketing – Infographic


With digital marketing paving the way for modern-day advertising, it’s time television followed their lead. We look at some comparisons between the costs of TV advertising with SEO and PPC campaigns.
So I was watching television the other night and something incredible happened. An amazing plot twist in the new …

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