How to be found easier online (by new clients who don't know you exist yet)
Unless you have a popular name like “John Smith” or “abc services”, chances are you are already ranking on Google and other search engines for you brand name, that should be quite a simple task if you produce content online, use a few social media platforms, and ideally the crem-de-la-crem have your own website.
So that’s great, but businesses are usually missing out on 71% of online business leads, because when buyers are using a search engine they are typing in “unbranded keyterms” about what products or services you sell, rather than who you are (...Continue Reading
DigiEnable Podcast - May 2019
1. Music Streaming services popularity?
Do you put up with the adverts? Or is music going with way of video streaming?
2. Article 13 : Copyright directive
(11 = link tax, 13 = upload filters) (EU directive, 2 years to impleme...Continue Reading
New Digital Training Programme for C-Suite & Business Leaders
This year we have thought about how we could create a series of training sessions structured for delivery over a number of months, applicable in both 121 and group settings, so we've created a new Digital Training Programme, especially for C-Suite people (CEO, COO, CFO etc.) and Business Leaders and/or Owners.
The series of sessions, while structured, are also versatile and suitable to businesses, organisations and charities. The sessions have been crafted from our most popular workshops which have received extremely positive feedback across n...
DigiEnable Testimonials - Purple Property Shop
After a couple of meetings and a proposal, Purple Property Shop enlisted DigiEnable's SEO services to help get their website found more online.
We pride ourselves in offering a bespoke search engine optimisation service, focused around clients needs and targets, and we are always researching, testing and implementing the latest search engine marketing technologies, tips and tweaks for businesses online, so we can help you get ahead of your competitors.
What DigiEnable delivers for Purple Property Shop
As Sally says in her video testimonial, we work with the ...Continue Reading
Why we donate to Wikipedia
Wikipedia is an online crowd-sourced encycolpedia - for those of you old enough image editing the pages of an Encarta 93 CDROM!
Here at DigiEnable, we use Wikipedia a lot - crowd sourced ideas, facts and figures, backed up by cited sources and pretty much a page on anything you could possibly think to Google... that's why we've donated to the Wikimedia Foundation (the non-profit that runs Wikipedia founded by Jimmy Wales).
Local Businesswomen Collaborate on Online Video Workshop
Two award-winning Lancashire business owners have teamed up to support businesses in the county to increase their visibility and sales using online video.
Liz Hardwick Co-Founder of Digital Training and Services company DigiEnable, and Susanna Boccaccio, Creative Director of production and events company Brilliant Trees Media decided to create this one-off workshop to showcase the collaboration possible between Digital and Creative businesses. Liz and Susanna are also on the boards of Digital Lancashire and Creative Lancashire respectively and see this workshop as an opportunity t...Continue Reading
DigiEnable Podcast Relaunch for 2019!
Emojis for 2019 release - 230 new emojis! - https://blog.emojipedia.org/230-new-emojis-in-final-list-for-2019/
GMB - Google My Business - https://www.google.com/business/