Following our attendance at the Content Marketing Show last Friday, read our round-up of some of the day’s most interesting presentations.
Social Media Manager Hannah Rainford looks at Facebook Graph Search, a new search function within Facebook.
Senior SEO Manager Krystian Szastok on the new Google 'Hummingbird' algorithm update.
Senior SEO Manager Krystian Szastok takes a look at Facebook's new update and how he thinks it will shape the future of how you see the search results on the internet.
Social media is being used more and more as a customer service channel but are brands prepared for this? Content Executive Rosie Percy discusses.
Alan Cairns gives a content overview of his talk at BrightonSEO on 13th September.
We were lucky enough to attend September's BrightonSEO at the Brighton Dome. We've outlined some of the key takeaways from the event
Alan Cairns, our Content Manager, is speaking at BrightonSEO on Friday 13th September.
BrightonSEO is almost upon us. Download our printer-friendly timetable to make sure you don't miss any of the important talks.
Using Pinterest effectively in your online business strategy
In this Jellyfish Insights video, Matt Owen, Head of UK Agency, talks about the challenges of SEO forecasting.
Google+ offers a range of benefits; from a boost in natural search to a new way to engage with like-minded individuals. Get started with Google+ with our five top tips.
Google+ is a social space not to be ignored. SEO & Social Manager Hannah Rainford uses our latest video to tell you more about Google+ and why you should be using it.
Want to get started on Google+ but don’t know where to begin? Here is the Jellyfish guide to getting started on Google’s very own social network.
Part of our video blog series on how we address, manage and optimise different channels within digital marketing. Discover how SEO and PPC can work together to enhance your campaigns.
Get your content indexed and appearing in the search results in world record time. In fact, get it indexed faster than Usain Bolt can run 100m.
Dedicated to natural search, the most recent BrightonSEO event held on 12th April was attended by over 2,500 people, all working within the SEO industry or with a keen interest in its principles.
Over the past few weeks, several people have shared their opinions about Facebook’s new Graph Search.
Content marketing is nothing new, but it’s back in the spotlight thanks to Google’s Panda update and the rise of social media.
You wouldn’t buy your friends and they say money can’t buy you love, so why do people buy Twitter followers?
A Scandanavian ad agency has recently gained much well deserved publicity...
Facebook have put a lot of time and effort into sifting through your Facebook spam to give you what it thinks you really want to see.
Google’s way of letting shoppers know they are shopping with a reputable retailer
Google has rebranded what was Google Places into Google+ Local. Combined with SEO, Social and Mobile this overlooked feature just got a lot more powerful.
Held on April 13th 2012, attended by over 1,000 of the UK’s finest search marketers.
There’s been an avalanche of discussion over Google’s encryption of organic search results, and resulting impact for online marketing professionals.
As with many Facebook changes, like it or not, the timeline is here to stay.
Twitter can be manipulated to achieve any end. If you want to promote an event or new product, or to contact your favourite celebrity then Twitter will let you.
During the second week of January Google officially launched Search, plus Your World (SPYW). Cripes, why all the fuss?
Encrypted natural search data, and what it means for online marketers. Would you like to understand which SEO keywords are driving traffic, interaction and conversions on your website?