Blog Entries From 8-digital Marketing Agency

Northampton Town in Northamptonshire, East Midlands

Bicester is a town in Oxfordshire, England which boasts a population of 28,672 (as of 2001). The town has a rich history that goes back to Anglo-Saxon times, but the first time the town was documented was in the Doomsday Book of 1086. Medieval Times Wooden castles were built in the area during medieval times,
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Breaking up on Facebook – How to keep it private!

In September 2011, Facebook introduced the controversial ‘Timeline’ profile layout.  Although the Timeline layout has many great features, it also highlights things that you might not be so pleased about broadcasting! One such thing is your Facebook relationship status. Whilst letting all of your friends know that you have just started an exclusive relationship with
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The 8 Digital Top 5 – May 2013

Optimizing, searching, surfing and reading we’ve had a busy month. : Facebook follows Twitter with verified pages http://www.brandrepublic.com/bulletin/digitalambulletin/article/1184319/facebook-follows-twitter-verified-pages-launch/ Penguin 2 and What to Expect Matt Cutts discusses what SEOs and webmasters should expect from Google’s algorithm over the next few months. http://www.mattcutts.com/blog/what-to-expect-in-seo-in-the-coming-months/ How Stuff Spreads Visualisation and full study on why and how good content goes
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Social Media Listening Reaches a Whole New Level!

Nobody could accuse the social media giant Facebook of resting on its considerable laurels, and their newly announced app certainly reinforces this claim. Facebook have developed a new feature that not only listens to the songs and television programs that are being played in the background, but it also suggests appropriate tags for these by
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Warwick Town in Warwickshire, West Midlands England UK

An hour and a half away from London, Warwickshire is a stalwart in British history. There are few more rewarding places to visit for history buffs and escapists. It is not only a trip to another place, but can even feel like a trip to the past. History Founded on the River Avon banks in
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Banbury Town in Oxfordshire, South East England, UK

Banbury Town is 64 miles away from London in the Cherwell District of Oxfordshire. With 44,000 inhabitants, this former market town still bears some marks of its rich past if you know where to look. History Banbury, Oxfordshire gets its name from a Saxon chieftain named “Banna.” The area was settled by Saxons in the
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Top 8 SEO mistakes

We’ve all made mistakes and misjudgements when running online marketing campaigns. Let’s face it, those mistakes are what helps us to become experts in our line of work. One area that’s easy to avoid mistakes is SEO. This is extremely important if your business is dependent on organic and natural search results or if you
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Facebook Homes In On Local Search

Facebook is developing its stance and pushing the accelerator on its local mobile strategy. Earlier this year we saw the launch of Facebook’s new graph search that has a large focus on local results and is soon to become a fairly effective recommendation engine. By the end of 2013 Facebook could further strengthen its hold
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Why Local Businesses Should Still Use Google AdWords

Many people believe that small and local businesses shouldn’t advertise on Google AdWords as it’s a waste of time and money. Instead they should focus on organic search results as it’s free and appears more natural. However even if your business ranks well in local search or if it doesn’t there are some great benefits to using PPC (paid
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Optimize Your Facebook Page for Facebook Graph Search

We recently posted about how Facebook has now unveiled a new feature called Graph Search to allow users to sift through pictures, posts and messages. With Graph Search, people can search the social graph by looking for things like “sushi restaurants that my friends have been to in Los Angeles ” or hotels near the Eiffel
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