I find that Facebook likes, or Google+1′s on their own are not helpful nor meaningful when trying to determine the perceived value of content posted to social media and measure engagement.
Actually that should be: “Guess who has covered the first 6 entries on Google for the search phrase ‘cameraman milton keynes’?” (Google Search for “cameraman milton keynes“)
OK, it’s me! ;D Thanks to a little more optimisation in the last few days and a suitable listing from www.4rfv.co.uk. Thanks to Richard from 4rfv for sorting me out with a free listing. If you work in media and like a listing too, please get in touch with Richard Inman (rinman at 4rfv dot co dot uk) and mention my name.
Now I shall spend some more time widening my net and target Buckinghamshire too, plus enhance my search engine visibility by adding location information.
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It’s that time of year again, when the largest consumer research machine – sorry – Google prepares their present to starving SEO specialists and the population et al. The Zeitgeist has been a handy little tool for a good few years now, as it shows a list of what search terms people were looking for world wide, as well as for a growing list of countries in detail. Find out who’s been top of the “gops” (sic) this year in your country: