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Whilst crowdsourcing has been the darling buzzword of social media – facilitating consumer research, citizen journalism and even contributing to the organisation of political groups, exposes and social change there’s another crowdsourcing revolution taking place in the science community. Possibly just as valuable if not in some ways more so; crowdsourcing has revolutionised scientific research (read more)
theMediaFlow are delighted to announce that we’ve been shortlisted for the finals for the Best Use of Search in this year’s wirehive 100 awards. #wirehive100 shortlisted for Best use of Search: @CMADigitalUK, @theMediaFlow, @VerticalLeap — Wirehive 100 (@Wirehive100) August 20, 2013 The wirehive 100 awards are now in their second year. They were setup to (read more)
As the end of July marked the successful completion of probationary period for Lizzie (account manager and data nerd) we decided to mark this with a team-building trip. Not being the types for awkward initiative exercises in a Travel Tavern we thought we’d try something a little different. Kayaking! We started out from the office (read more)
I spoke today at On The Edge Manchester, a leading one-day conference for digital maketers; on the subject of using structured data and how to get this mark-up to display rich search snippets. Here’s my slides from the day… Turbo-Charge Your Search Traffic with Structured Data from theMediaFlow My slides are fairly visual so here’s (read more)
On Friday 18th April I spoke at ION Search on the Keyword Research panel, alongside James Murray of Experian/Hitwise, Stephen Emerson of The Scotsman and moderated by Kevin Gibbons of BlueGlass UK. My short presentation looked at how one element of keyword research (looking at existing organic search visits by keyword) is becoming less and less meaningful, (read more)