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@keywordeye Thanks for the comment Matt. 


I completely agree. Once you start getting some experience of working with development languages you soon get the bug. 


Such a useful skill to have both personally and professionally.

11 months ago on Learning to Code: How I Got 2000+ Visits With a Basic Twitter App

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I've never been a great fan of Klout as a influence monitoring tool (as I've written about before: http://www.andrewisidoro.co.uk/blog/social-media-influence-and-klout-you-are-not-a-number/), really more of measure of social media activity rather than influence. 

Far too many unknowns and much to easily gamed for my liking; and that's coming from an SEO Strategist. Like the idea of this little experiment though.

1 year ago on My Klout Score: It Loves Me, It Loves Me Not

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We use Fleetsuite in work and it does the job for us across a fair few of these categories like Time Tracking, Invoicing and Scheduling - http://www.fleetsuite.com

1 year, 2 months ago on Web 2.0 productivity tools

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Very good Gini. About time someone wrote a post like this. The number one reason I find that it works for me but not other businesses is bravery. I am brave enough to not be risk-averse (sensibly of course) which is where you reap the most benefits.

1 year, 2 months ago on Fifteen Reasons Digital Marketing Works for Us…and Not For You

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@Sean McGinnisHi Sean,

I totally agree. AuthorRank isn't here yet but we are seeing a few changes to how Google are approaching data collection to make this notion of entity based ranking a possibility (I recently wrote about it on Econsultancy: http://econsultancy.com/uk/blog/62393-ultimate-guide-to-google-sign-in-more-than-authentication)

Some exciting times ahead but I do agree. It's not quite here yet...

1 year, 2 months ago on Public Relations SEO: How AuthorRank Can Help

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@belllindsay Completely agree. Become the first and main source of information and help direct the story on your terms.

1 year, 3 months ago on Ten Steps for Managing an Online Crisis

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Very nice Allen. It's always a great idea to review your social accounts. I'd also recommend for those with website access/control to have a content clear out too. A good content audit can help you cut away the dead wood and re-purpose it to better fit what clients and visitors are looking for.


Thanks for the tool tip too Gini, might come in useful :)

1 year, 3 months ago on Five Steps to Digital Spring Cleaning

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Very nice Gini. This is something I've done as part of blogger relations but never thought of taking it further to journos. I always imagined they'd be to busy to listen to little old me, but it does make sense. I always read the comments on my blog (though they are few and far between nowadays).

Be interesting to see how well this would work over a long period/few publications.

1 year, 3 months ago on Get Media Attention: Six Tips to Pitch Journalists on Your Own

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@JoeCardillo We actually have a UX team here at Box UK and they are a tremendous source of knowledge for us. As you say, it's great to get both an analytical and a personal viewpoint in stakeholder analysis.

1 year, 4 months ago on Public Relations SEO: How AuthorRank Can Help

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@HughAnderson  I completely understand that SEO and analytics is a seperate discipline and I think your 100% right that PRs will need assistance just as we (SEOs) do. I think the important thing is that we work together to make great digital strategies that cover all bases. 

1 year, 4 months ago on Public Relations SEO: How AuthorRank Can Help

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