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The marketing landscape is a rapidly evolving place. Channels are changing.  Conversation is growing. Engagement is the goal. Integrated communication is key to the success of any brand.

 

A leader in the technology sector, Liberty Communications provides comprehensive and creative PR and marketing expertise to ensure that integrated marketing sits at the heart of your brand's communications strategy to grow business success.

 

Modelled around four core business divisions; Liberty Corporate, Liberty Business, Liberty Consumer and Liberty Digital, the agency covers all key areas of communications, whilst putting technology at the heart of what drives us forward.

 

With a passionate, experienced, connected and creative team working with you, Liberty's established, 105 years' experience in the business will bring a rich understanding and experience of the technology sector to support the growth of your brand.

 

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7 SEO Tips to Consider

June 26, 2014

Author: Michael Hayward

 

7 SEO Tips to consider

 

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is the process of optimising your website so that it receives organic, unpaid or free traffic from search engines. Ranking today is a result of many variables with high-quality content at the centre of it all. The saying, “content is king” reigns true here.

Here are 7 key SEO tips to consider:

 

1).  High-quality content – Provide high-quality content to your visitors and engage those visitors. Write fresh and relevant content so the visitor comes back and sees your website and brand as a resource for information.

 

2). Keyword in your domain name – This can help. Good domain names are easy to remember, easy to spell, easy to pronounce and often short. But again, there needs to be something of value on the site. Something that makes people want to share the site, recommend the site and revisit the site themselves. This is where your content and user experience come into play.



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Ferguson unrest highlights broadcasting power of social media

Author: Rob Latham

 

Over the past ten days images of civil unrest across the Atlantic in Ferguson, Missouri, have served as a reminder of the huge power social media as a source of broadcasting news.

 

Scenes on the streets of the St Louis neighbourhood – which were fuelled by a police officer killing unarmed 18-year old Michael Brown with six gunshots – were largely consumed not on television news channels or news websites, but via Twitter, Vine and Facebook.

 

These social channels helped people share news of the mayhem in Ferguson to a global audience, with Twitter read more Read More

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