Its a scarefest at @Branded_3 for Halloween

Most recent article from Branded3 Blogstorm, “It’s a scarefest at @Branded_3 for Halloween”

Felicity Crouch writes, “Its the spookiest day of the year and the Branded3 team is celebrating Halloween with some truly scary (and some just downright weird) costumes!

Every year, each table chooses a theme to dress up as, check out what we did last year here, this year however, theres more of us and weve really stepped it up a notch!

Roll up, roll up! The Account Management team brought the Dead Circus to town:

The Strategy team chose a classic, Ghostbusters:

 

The Design and Marketing table win the prize for perhaps the geekiest theme there is HTTP status codes:

 

The PR & Social team put a dark twist on our favourite childhood characters with Dead Disney:

 

Theres been a murder in the Content team, but who done it? Play a game of Cluedo to find out!

You can also check out more pictures from today on our Facebook page. Happy Halloween!”
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Telepresence Sharing The Next Big Innovation in Google Search #future

Most recent article by Joydeep Bhattacharya from Search Engine People Blog is titled, “Telepresence Sharing – The Next Big Innovation in Google Search #future”

“Forget about the days when you are only given an option to search information from a database of people and places stored in Google’s server. How about exploring places and events in real time? Does this sound interesting?

With Telepresence sharing, you can control Google’s mobile robots that can capture real time video footage of popular buildings, places, events and send the video data into your mobile device directly. Amit Singhal’s Star Treck (see tweet below) is coming to a reality. In future, you can command Google using Google Now and make use of telepresence robots to access any location of your choice and get real time feed whenever needed.

Let me give you another example. Suppose you wish to capture the live news feed of the next Barack Obama’s speech but are unable to reach the venue physically. No problem, with the help of remote vehicles, Google can catch the live presentation and get that data feed live on your mobile device…”
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The Main Sources of Traffic For Blogs and Websites

Pay Per Click Marketing Blog posted, “The Main Sources of Traffic For Blogs and Websites”

“Potentially, this is the million dollar question if it can be answered right and used effectively. Millions of bloggers and website owners around the world will be constantly trying to find ways of gaining traffic to their website so that it ultimately increases their online presence and increases the revenue produced from that website. Only problem with this, though, is that it is harder than it sounds. For this reason, here are the main sources of traffic to a blog or website.

 

SEO and Organically

SEO is no doubt the biggest source of traffic for blogs and websites. Getting a high ranking for a crucial and searched for keyword phrase can do your website a world of good. For example, my website, AskWillOnline.com, gets around 30% of its traffic just from one well search engine optimised article! It is crazy how much SEO contributes to website’s traffic. Learning good SEO practice is important…”
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