We have just completed a contract for a leading financial services company – working with the company’s internal digital team, we managed to double the organic traffic going to the client’s website by the final calendar month of the contract.
The Word Waiter blog archives
We work with restaurants large and small, from individual eateries to large chains – we even work with a leading cookery school. Here are a few of our restaurant marketing tips:
Speed influences the performance of your website both directly and indirectly – it is crucially important because:
We’ve just been reviewing our marketing results for a brand spanking new Bristol events venue…
Word Waiter PR & Digital today launched its sizzling new Chinese SEO service…
Just watched American Interior by Gruff Rhys, and the office is a river of smiles – a fantastic film!
Whether you’ve got a new website under development, or are working on new web content for an existing website, you need to stop your test/development content getting search engine indexed for a number of reasons – including SEO reasons.
Here are the results from our latest SEO project, for a 5-star holiday resort:
An important recent development relevant to the worlds of SEO and PR is that Google has recommended ALL links from online press releases to websites should be nofollowed, even if they contain direct URLs rather than anchor text.
We’ve been speaking to our PR consultants this morning, finding out which apps they find most useful in their everyday work, so here’s a list of what’s hot right now at the Word Waiter:
Newswires give you massive reach when you’re distributing your news, and can be particularly useful to those with restricted PR budgets. Here are some tips and insights…
Measurement, measurement, measurement… the PR world enjoys beating itself up over how PR results should be analysed and reported.
Creativity is one of the best bits of PR. It’s fun, energizing, and gives campaigns what they need to succeed. Here are some books that help us limber up.
Good SEO is about helping the search engines understand what your website is about, and who it’s relevant to. It boosts your business success by helping potential customers find your products and services. It’s about findability.
Mobile search is becoming increasingly popular – many expect mobile searches to overtake static desktop searches by 2015.
Our sheep doodle’s become a fantastically happy logo – Hello Blodders! Whaddaya think?
We’ve made it into the Webosphere – Hippity hip hooray! So we raise our glasses to those who got us here…