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Social Media Training January 2016

by Natasha Baldwin on 03-Feb-2016 10:18:01

If attended one of my social media training sessions in January, here are my slides. 

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Slides & Tools from Jon's SEO Talk at Bath Spa

Posted in SEO by Jon Payne on 26-Jan-2016 17:33:08

I was somewhat thrilled to be able to give a talk to 3rd year students at the presigious Bath Spa University about SEO. Thrilled because; a, children are the future and we need to teach them well and let them lead the way and b, the only further education qualification I have is a National Certificate in Agriculture (Animal Husbandry) so it felt kind of amazing to teach ACTUAL DEGREE STUDENTS!

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Facebook Organic Reach Down in 2016?

Posted in Social Media Marketing, Posted in Social Media by Natalie Lam on 06-Jan-2016 12:29:16

Facebook is my worst social media platform. I mean, I still love it. It is a social media platform after all. But it's the worst.

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Should I Change To HTTPS For SEO Impact?

Posted in blogs, Posted in SEO by Steven Mitchell on 22-Dec-2015 16:14:48

In December 2015, Google announced that it would be indexing HTTPS pages by default. Of course, SEO dudes like us know exactly what to make of news such as this – but we’ve seen furrowed brows when discussing it with customers. Will https:// make your website safer than Jabba's Gamorrean guarded palace? What should you make of this news? Do you need to do anything? What even is https://? What is the impact for your website? What is the impact on SEO? WTF is a Gamorrean guard? Who are you and what have you done with my wife?

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Josh's 5 favourite Xmas Ad Campaigns of 2015

Posted in Top 5 by Josh Baldwin on 15-Dec-2015 11:07:02

Christmas is upon us once again and as that merry old song goes, 'tis the season to be jolly for over the top, emotionally charged Christmas adverts, fa la la la la, la la la la"

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Why Our Best Clients Fire Us Within A Year

Posted in Content Marketing, Posted in SEO, Posted in Social Media by Jon Payne on 09-Dec-2015 11:45:12

Choosing Noisy Little Monkey as an agency isn't a decision to take lightly. Our best clients fire us in a year. And that’s just the way we like it.

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Why You Don't Need A Meta Description

Posted in SEO by Jon Payne on 25-Nov-2015 18:07:57

I love meetings with Amy. She’s the under resourced, perma-smiling Marketing Manager of one of our legal clients. When I’m lucky enough to be part of the team involved in our quarterly meet ups to discuss Amy’s website, we always seem to find something particularly interesting.

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Digital Account Executive (Content, Social & PR) Job | Bristol

Posted in Jobs by Josh Baldwin on 24-Nov-2015 17:48:40

We’re hiring!

Location: c/o Aardman, Gas Ferry Road, Bristol
Job Title: Digital Account Executive
Salary: £18,000 to £23,000 depending on experience
Contract: permanent, full time with six months’ probation

Calling all social media obsessives! We are looking for a new member of our social media marketing team to lead on content production and PR outreach to our clients’ social communities. We want a social scribe, a master of hat wearing and someone who can listen to metal, emo, rap, Radio 6 and vanilla 80s pop all day without batting an eye. A person who can adapt and switch their tone of voice and conversation style to suit our clients. Sound like you? Huzzah!

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Digital Account Manager Job | Bristol

Posted in Jobs by Josh Baldwin on 24-Nov-2015 17:48:17

We’re hiring!

Location: c/o Aardman, Gas Ferry Road, Bristol
Job Title: Digital Account Manager
Salary: £20,000 to £24,000 depending on experience
Contract: permanent, full time with six months’ probation

Are you keen to be a big fish in a growing pond?

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The Art of the Emoji: Using Emojis For Businesses

Posted in blogs, Posted in Social Media Marketing, Posted in Social Media by Natalie Lam on 18-Nov-2015 10:42:35

A picture paints a thousand words. I believe this saying can be applied to the internet too. But instead of pictures, it’s emojis and instead of a thousand words, it’s 140 characters on Twitter. Emojis have made a HUGE difference on the way we communicate online.

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