Nick Baggott's CRM & Digital Marketing blog

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Location:wokingham

CRM & Digital marketing consultant and trainer, talking about the latest developments in marketing



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It is not unusual for me to work at home. I am effectively self employed. I deliver training courses and marketing consultancy. In a normal week I would be out with clients for say 3 days and working at home for 2 days. I quite like that arrangement.

I have just read an informative and practical article on how to get backlinks for your web site to drive SEO rankings. It was written by T-ranks  It is extremely thorough and practical and provides lots of simple tips.

I shall be delivering a free webinar on behalf of Crowd Control HQ on March 31st It is entitled "6 Steps to building an audience-driven social media plan". If you'd like to sign up, please do so. It would be great to see you there...

As I am sure you are aware, the Conservative Party, led by Boris Johnson, won the recent UK government election comfortably. But who voted for them and where did Labour lose out?  Traditionally, in the UK, you would expect the Conservatives to appe...

How does voice search affect SEO? That is probably the most common question that I am asked in digital marketing training courses at the moment. Surprisingly, Google is using the same algorithm for both text and voice based searches, but voice querie...

Online recruiters, like many companies, regard Google Ads campaign as the best form of online advertising. They are useful for obtaining quick results and quality traffic. The challenge is how to show the paid ads to your target market at the right t...

CHAID, less commonly known as Chi-Squared Automatic Interaction Detector can be a wonderfully powerful tool to use to help you to understand your customers. It can predict the future and help you to understand the past. So what is it and how can it b...