Takeaways and tips from our October wellbeing session about burnout – what it is, how to spot the signs, what it feels like and how to prevent it from happening.
Post archives for Michelle Hill
Michelle joined Vertical Leap’s Portsmouth office in 2011 as Marketing Manager, having spent the previous 15 years of her marketing career in the recruitment, leisure and printing industries. Her passions include yoga, swimming, walking, the beach, mountains and nice food.
One of the toughest choices you have to make in social media marketing is which networks to go with. Get this decision wrong and you’re stuck preaching to the wrong crowd or producing the wrong kind of content to engage them. Each network has its own strengths and weaknesses, making them better for certain goals […]
We decided to pitch our SEO and PPC teams against each other to see who got up to the most interesting stuff over the summer. Find out who’s the winner here…
Free seminar in partnership with Barclays and Southampton City Council to help SMEs overcome their biggest PPC challenges and gain a competitive edge.
Great sporting acheivements by some of the Vertical Leap boys, completing half marathons, triathlons and Tough Mudder in the pouring down rain.
A very quick guide on how to add your social profiles to your Knowledge Panel, helping you increase brand awareness, instil trust and generate more leads.
What we chatted about in our Sept mental wellbeing session, including the NHS self-referral scheme, imposter syndrome, self-confidence, CBD oil and burnout.
Free seminar in partnership with Barclays and Southampton City Council to help SMEs overcome their biggest SEO challenges and gain a competitive edge.
Key findings and insights from Episerver’s eCommerce industry report, revealing the state of online shopping and how marketers need to adapt to the latest trends.
In this article, we talk about the various things we have set up at Vertical Leap to help with the mental wellbeing of our employees, including a mental health survey, monthly wellbeing sessions and an internal comms channel.
In this short blog, we explain what AMP means and what problems it solves when it comes to improving UX and increasing conversions.
In this seminar, we take a look at what a good website and search marketing strategy looks like in 2019 and how new technologies should be playing a role.
Find out if your site is one of the 50% that Google has moved to mobile-first indexing, plus tips from Google if you’re running separate desktop and mobile sites.
In this 15-seat seminar, aimed at marketers who manage a PPC team or agency, we’ll be focusing on the vital role that data science is now playing when it comes to out-performing your competitors in paid search advertising.
We are delighted to announce that we are officially partnering with local mental health charity, Solent Mind. Solent Mind works to empower and support anyone who suffers with a mental health problem, aiming to raise awareness and promote understanding. Their approach is recovery focused, person-centred and individual. The partnership means staff at Vertical Leap can […]
It’s important not to neglect your SEO basics. Good SEO still relies on a technically-sound website that Google can access. We asked some of our experts for their advice and tips.
Voice search shopping is forecast to grow to a massive $40+ billion market in the US and UK alone by 2020. Advertisers don’t have much time left to adapt. The only problem is we still don’t have anything in the way of voice ads or the technology needed to make our content rank in voice search – so what does this mean for advertisers?
In our latest expert interview, our head of content, Joanne Littlechild, explores the current content marketing landscape and explains why data is the key to creating content that stands out from the crowd.
Vertical Leap, part of the Sideshow Group, welcomes multi award-winning Bunnyfoot to the group, and makes us one of the largest independent agencies in the UK.
Google has announced a new markup system that’s going to make content more accessible through voice search. Now it seems Google has come up with a credible solution that could shape the future of voice SEO – a BETA feature called Speakable.