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Posted by Danny Whatmough

28 June: Sometimes the PR industry really frustrates me. It annoys me when I see discussion about whether PR should get involved in digital or social media (yes, this still happens) and also about PR's role in SEO. But, while all these might be vaguely tolerable, it's utterly ridiculous that we are still having discussions about AVE.


Posted by Adam Parker

28 June: The low cost of publishing online means that, in many sectors, there can be a large number of relevant editorial and social media sites that might be interested in talking about your news. But the scale of this challenge can, perhaps, appear daunting, or at least very time consuming. So, how do I increase the reach of my story in an efficient way? One potential solution to this challenge is a press release distribution service.


Posted by Andrew Bruce Smith

25 June: About 18 months ago, I paid £85 for a piece of software called Market Samurai. I can, hand on heart, say it is has been one of the most valuable tech investments I've made in that time. To describe it as a general internet marketing tool doesn't really do it justice. Whether it is drastically reducing the amount of time to handle keyword research or detailed analysis of SERPs, I constantly refer to it.

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