This week, Relevance’s countdown of Moz’s top 10 contains big news from the world of tech, including voice search and AI. As if that wasn’t enough, there’s some bad news for brand engagement on Facebook. Gulp.
Much like the political climate, 2017 is proving to be a whirlwind of a year for SEO. Google’s unpredictability and the range of options available to clients mean that we have to understand our industry better than ever. Find out more with Relevance’s review of the Moz Top 10.
With video set to play an increasingly important role in customer retention in the years ahead, you need to make sure your brand is content ready. Learn how to prepare in this fascinating Backlinko article. Continue reading “Relevance SEO Top 10 – 13th March 2017”
Relevance flexed it’s PR and social media muscle as it was awarded tickets to the Monaco Grand Prix 2016 thanks to the Fairmont Hotel in Monte Carlo. The Fairmont Monte Carlo invited Relevance to cover the Monaco Grand Prix from their roof terrace, home to the famous Nikki Beach. Armed with cameras, and quills, Rumble Romagnoli, Matthew Scott, and Darin Graham headed down the Boulevard des Moulins from the Relevance HQ to the Circuit de Monaco and the Fairmont Hotel. Read all about our experience at the Monaco Grand Prix 2016, see the pictures and watch the video of Hamilton getting his second Monaco win on the F1 circuit.
Relevance has started work on a project to help a Monaco-based charity – ‘Chances for Children‘ – gain more online presence and draw attention to their cause, especially from much needed donors. The foundation runs an orphanage in Uganda, giving children from the poorest corners of the country a new chance at life. Chances for Children currently looks after 62 children between the ages of 4 and 15 years old. Relevance will be helping on the English digital marketing, PR and social media management.
Overseeing the Chances for Children account is a Google Certified digital account director, Kate Snesareva. Commenting on the new partnership, Kate said: Continue reading “Relevance to Help a Monaco-Based Charity – ‘Chances for Children’”
Industrial Scientific is a leading provider of gas detection as a service and portable gas detectors. With offices worldwide – Industrial Scientific is looking to improve online exposure for the European markets as well as improve communication/blog interactions with foreign customers.
“I don’t need to be on Google Plus because none of my customers use it!”
Time to think again.
Google Plus is being advanced to motor the Google algorithm and will be responsible for changing search engine listings forever. If you are not on Google Plus, it is time to give us a call or read, print, forward, tweet, share like or even +1 the following few paragraphs. Rumble Romagnoli, Head of Search at Relevance Web Marketing explores how Google Plus is already changing the Google Algorithm and will soon be the main democracy behind a new and more human Google Search Engine in 2013.
Lazy Suzan last week rolled out their European strategy for 2013 and have chosen Relevance SEO to optimise and promote the German, French, Belgian, and Dutch versions of their websites. Relevance has an excellent network of in-house European SEO account managers and a global network of international SEO companies available for luxury firms to target particular markets, countries and cities. This highly-targeted online marketing has become an important strategy for many global brands in 2013 with many Marketing Directors moving broader print marketing budgets to online as marketing spend is not only targeted but also accountable. Lazy Susan sells luxury garden furniture through their e-commerce website www.lazysusanfurniture.co.uk. The German Market is ranked 1st by GDP in Europe; France is 2nd, Netherlands is 7th and Belgian is 12th. Relevance can answer any questions you might have about German, French, Dutch and Belgian SEO on this page, or contact us using the form.