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Snapchat Is Going On a Massive Hiring Binge

Snap Inc. is on a hiring tear ahead of its hotly anticipated initial public offering. The parent company of popular messaging app Snapchat recently added 20 job openings in London, bringing its tally of open positions to more than 150, according to Bloomberg. Right now, the The Venice, Calif.-based company reportedly employs about 900 people…

http://fortune.com/2016/12/05/snapchats-hiring-binge/

Need a new Mobile Business App for 2016?

Business Apps from Mynt Apps

Why a Mobile Business app for your Business in 2016?

To help you Convert Casual Interest Into Confirmed Sales

These days a mobile business app can be the difference between a business that is thriving and a business that is just surviving.

In Stats released during 2015, a whopping 86% of time spent on a smartphone is time spent within mobile apps!

A mobile business app can save you time and money whilst increasing your marketing output, at a very low cost!

  • You can easily send Unlimited FREE Push Notifications with offers or news direct to user’s mobile phone in seconds, then sit back and watch the customers come to you – which they will because 97% of people look at their smartphone notifications.
  • Reward app downloads and referrals – customers love rewards!
  • A mere touch of a button will link the app to all your social media accounts, making it effortless to convert casual interest into confirmed sales – even whilst you sleep!
  • With Geo Fencing you can target up to 20 geographical locations and deliver automatic messages to Apple smartphones.

Our mobile business apps are not complicated. They are incredibly simple to use. However once your app goes live Mynt Apps will deliver free one to one Skype training and give you free marketing support, all at no extra cost to your business (if you are local they will even come out to visit you for training! So once your mobile business app is ready to go, you will be ready to go too!

And when the App downloads start racking up and business starts rolling in, you will wonder how you ever coped without it!

What a mobile business app from Mynt Apps can do for you…


Grow your business

Grow your customer base

Reward new client app downloads & incentivise existing client referrals.

Business Analytics

App Analytics

Track your return on investment via the inbuilt app analytics.

Location targeting

GeoTargeting

Target up to 20 specific geographical locations on IOS for precise and targeted marketing.

Social marketing

Social Marketing

Your clients can share your mobile business app with their friends via SMS, Facebook,Twitter & Email.  Turn happy customers in to brand advocates.

Mobile notifications

Mobile Notifications

Save time & money with UNLIMITED FREE Push Notifications.

Training

Training Included

Classroom Masterclasses available FREE to their clients!

Interested in a mobile business app for your business?

Should you like to have a meeting to cover more reasons about why a mobile business app would benefit your business, please email maconsultancy1@gmail.com or get in touch in one of the following ways (using code MAC2016).

The “Need a new Mobile Business App for 2016” post was written “By Mike Armstrong” from MA Consultancy | WelshBiz | 333 Websites

Six Reasons to Invest in Search Marketing or SEO Services…

Business owners are constantly working on business improvement, always looking to make their business better, more profitable, and more relevant.  With that in mind they should be looking to invest in search marketing or SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) services.

The information below should help you to understand the most important reasons to invest in Search Marketing or SEO services.

1. Customer Acquisition

 

Usually the most important factors in running any business is in the acquisition of new clients, customers, or users.

Website customer acquisition…

 

Your website is usually a fundamental piece of the puzzle, and without it, your efforts could be completely wasted.

Whether your website is just there to help your customers find your contact information, or if it is actually used to directly generate leads, appointments or sales, it is likely that you could be doing additional things in order to help you to reach more people and investing in search marketing or SEO services can help.

 

2. Search Marketing, SEO & Social Media Marketing

Social media marketing is, of course, a big area of interest at the moment for many businesses and website operators, and modern search marketing and seo combined more traditional seo services with social media marketing and this should be at the core of your business marketing strategy.

Search Marketing & SEO is forever changing…

Unfortunately, search marketing or SEO is something that is becoming more and more difficult all of the time, and most businesses and web operators do not dedicate enough time to the search marketing, seo or social media marketing and a good SEO Agency will do this for you as well as keeping up to date with all of the changes.

3. Link Building

Google and the other major search engine providers have extremely complex algorithms that help them to determine where various websites, landing pages, and videos should rank in their search results.

This information is proprietary, and so they simply can’t share exactly how each individual site is ranked.

One thing that has been known since the search industry was born, however, is that links are an extremely crucial measurement tool.

Links are valuable…

Having a lot of links pointing to your site is a signal to the search engines that your site has something valuable.  However, getting links to your website from other places on the internet is also quite complex.

 

but the wrong links could be harmful…

Backlinks can also potentially harm your site if those links come from the wrong places.

Quality over quantity…

 

Also, the number of backlinks is not generally viewed to be as important as the quality of a given backlink.  So while link building is important, it’s equally crucial to hire an SEO agency that understands how to do this properly.

4. Content Marketing

You may have heard this phrase before, and it’s likely to be heard many more times as currently within the world of search marketing and SEO content is King.

High Quality Content is Crucial to your success…

 

Having high-quality content on your website is crucial to its success. In most cases, this content consists of informative articles that actually help people in the industry in which you operate.

How, though, does having all of this content actually help your search ranking?

Having high quality articles helps you out in more ways than one.

  • First of all, high quality content makes it much more likely that your content will be viewed, read and shared by others, and this can help you to generate additional backlinks.
  • Secondly, quality content helps you ensure that visitors spend more time on your website, and this is also a very important signal to search engine providers that your site is worthy of a good ranking.

5. New Markets

Often businesses aren’t always covering all of the markets they could be for their products and services and a good search marketing company or SEO agency can help you to find new markets for your products and services via detailed keyword researching and good keyword marketing toward those new markets.

6. Consistent results that can last a long time

There are SEO tactics that can help a website to rank highly fairly immediately, however, many of these tactics will not last, and some will actually cause you to be penalised later on.

Just as is true in most other areas of life, the easy way is generally not the best way.  A search marketing expert or Good SEO agency will help you by using proven strategies that will help you earn traffic for years to come and these results can be far better and more reliable than alternative web marketing strategies such as Adwords.

For all of your digital marketing needs, please consider looking into the services offered by us, MA Consultancy, a specialist Cardiff SEO agency – maconsultancycardiff.com.

For more about what we can do to help you please feel free to contact us on: 07517 024979 or email: maconsultancy1@gmail.com or feel free to complete the online contact form.

MA Consultancy can provide Search Marketing or SEO Services to Businesses across the UK including England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales

Search Marketing or Seo Services in England…

We provide search marketing or seo services to businesses throughout England including those in London, Oxford, Reading, Brighton, Portsmouth, Southampton & Winchester in the South East, Bristol, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Bridgewater, Taunton & Exeter in the South West, Birmingham, Coventry, Nottingham, Leicester, Derby & Stoke in the Midlands, Manchester, Liverpool, Blackpool, Bolton, Wigan & Preston in the North West and Newcastle, Leeds, York, Sheffield, Doncaster and Hull in the North East.

Search Marketing or Seo Services in Ireland…

We provide search marketing or seo services to businesses throughout Ireland including those in Belfast in Northern Ireland and Dublin in Eire or the Republic of Ireland.

Search Marketing or Seo Services in Scotland…

We provide search marketing or seo services to businesses throughout Scotland including those in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Fife, Aberdeen, Dundee & Motherwell.

Search Marketing or Seo Services in Wales…

We provide search marketing or seo services to businesses throughout Wales including those in Newport, Caerleon, Langstone, Cwmbran, Pontypool, Caldicot, Magor, Undy, Chepstow, Monmouth or Abergavenny in the South East, Cardiff, Bridgend, Ogmore vale, Maesteg, Porthcawl, Portalbot, RCT, Vale of Glamorgan, Penarth, Barry, Cowbridge, Merthyr in South Wales, Swansea, Mumbles, Neath, Llanelli, Carmarthen, Tenby, Narbeth, Ammonford, Haverfordwest and Fishguard in South West Wales, Powys & Brecon in Mid Wales and Rhyl, Wrexham and Bangor in North Wales.

The “Six Reasons to Invest in Search Marketing or SEO Services…” post was written “By Mike Armstrong” from UK SEO Agency MA Consultancy, WelshBiz Marketing Brand and UK Web Design Company 333 Websites.

5 days to CCR-i 2014 – Credit Industry Event in London

CCR-interactive – All The Knowledge Under One Roof… Five Days To Go and the Final Tickets Are Now Available!

The outstanding one-day event for the consumer and commercial credit industry is just five days away.

The conference look set to sell out – with over 400 delegates already booked to attend! So do not miss out on the chance to get all the knowledge fon offer!

To book one of the last remaining delegate places, please contact Alison Lucas on 01702 341948 or alison@ccrmagazine.co.uk. For sponsorship opportunities and to get involved please contact Gary Lucas on 07785 268404 or gary@ccrmagazine.co.uk.

Speakers will include: Tim Sawyer, chief executive officer, The Start Up Loans Company; Gary Brebner, chief executive, Loughborough Building Society; Sue Chapple, head of revenue management, EDF; Lee Birkett, chief executive officer, eMoney Union; Mark Watson-Gandy, member of the Bar Council’s panel of Young Spokesmen for the Bar; Martin Kirby, head of credit, Adecco.

Andrew Jackson, head of collections and recoveries, the Funding Circle; Alastair Barter, senior policy officer, Information Commissioners Office; David Morpeth, operations director, Lloyds Bank Asset Finance; Rajib Chakraborty, lead risk programme data architect, Lloyds Banking Group; Alessia Frisina, chief legal and compliance counsel, De Lage Landen Leasing; Andrew Aspell, European credit programme manager, Office Depot.

Jonathan White, major in the 16 Air Assault Brigade; Sergio Coehlo, head of retail collections and recoveries, Barclays Bank; Jeff McAdam, head of unsecured collections, UK Asset Resolution; Chris Webster, staff fraud risk manager, Yorkshire Building Society; Paul Downer, civil, family & tribunals directorate, Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service; David Thornley, group credit controller, Fort Vale Engineering.

Stuart Hopewell, credit manager, Fujifilm UK; Robert Skinner, chief executive, Lending Standards Board; Brian Morgan, credit manager, Veolia Environmental Services (UK); Athol Abrahams, head of risk and compliance, D&D Leasing; Sandra Frisby, associate professor, the University of Nottingham; Andriy Sichka, credit operations director, JT International SA.

Diana Keeling, group credit manager, Ian Williams; Mike Walsh, senior manager UK recovery operations, MBNA; Joe Deville, researcher, Goldsmiths, University of London; Richard Bostock, senior policy advisor, the Finance & Leasing Association; Anne Marie Goddard, team leader, enforcement reform, Ministry of Justice; Guy Thompson, credit risk manager EMEA & China, SunChemical Group; Catherine Bradford, credit manager, Linden Foods; Nick King, group credit director, Travis Perkins.

Download the CCR-interactive delegate pack.

This year’s event will allow you to:

► Understand the key compliance issues and how they will impact upon you.
► Discover about the wider legislative and regulatory framework and how it will affect you.
► Set appropriate a payment plan.
► Improve your work with vulnerable customers.
► Recruit and initiate new members of staff.

CCR-i Credit Industry Event in London Page posted “By Mike Armstrong”

6 days to go until CCR-i in London – UK Credit Industry Event

CCR-interactive – Legal Issues & Enforcement Stream… Seven Days To Go!

The outstanding one-day event for the consumer and commercial credit industry is just seven days away. The conference look set to sell out, so do not miss out! To book your delegate place, please contact Alison Lucas on 01702 341948 or alison@ccrmagazine.co.uk. For sponsorship opportunities and to get involved please contact Gary Lucas on 07785 268404 or gary@ccrmagazine.co.uk.

This year’s speakers at CCR-interactive, in association with Hoist Finance, in the Legal Issues & Enforcement Stream include:

► Chair – Martin Leyshon, group director, High Court Enforcement Group
► Mark Watson-Gandy, member of the Bar Council’s panel of Young Spokesmen for the Bar
Putting your case forward in court.
► Katherine Bailey, credit manager, QMH UK
Preparing to go to court – what a creditor needs to know.
► Alessia Frisina, chief legal and compliance counsel, De Lage Landen Leasing
Getting your terms and conditions right at the start to facilitate court action if required.
► Paul Downer, civil family and tribunals service, HM Courts and Tribunals Service
The latest initiatives to improve the enforcement of debt through the courts.
► Sandra Frisby, associate professor, the University of Nottingham
Pre-packs and the insolvency regime – an update.
► Emma Foy, head of financial services, Maldon District Council
► Anne Marie Goddard, team leader, enforcement reform, Ministry of Justice
Emerging reforms in civil enforcement.
► Brian Lewis, credit manager, Hanson UK
Where enforcement sits in your overall collections strategy.

Keynote Speakers

► Susan de Mont, director of credit authorisations, Financial Conduct Authority
Susan is responsible for the delivery of the FCA’s authorisations regime for an estimated 49,000 consumer credit firms transferred from the Office of Fair Trading, in-flight cases, and new applicants.
Delegates can therefore take this opportunity to hear from the key director who is actively doing the job, who has knowledge from the ‘coal face’ of what will be required of the industry.

► Trevor Williams, chief economist, Lloyds Bank
Trevor has both a BA (Hons) and a Masters degree in Economics. He is a Visiting Professor, Banking and Finance, at Derby University.
He heads the research team that supports the bank’s trading and sales activities. He regularly writes articles for publications and appears in the financial press and on television. He is a member of the Institute for Economic Affairs Shadow Monetary Policy Committee.

Download the CCR-interactive Delegate Pack.

This year’s event will allow you to:

► Choose the right enforcement agency for you.
► Understand the recent updates to enforcement regulations.
► Discuss the latest thinking on insolvency reforms.
► Successfully go to court in pursuit of a debt.
► Learn how to take your team’s performance to the next level.

Posted “By Mike Armstrong”

7 days to go until CCR-i 2014 – Credit Industry Event in London!

CCR-interactive – Legal Issues & Enforcement Stream… Seven Days To Go!

The outstanding one-day event for the consumer and commercial credit industry is just seven days away. The conference look set to sell out, so do not miss out! To book your delegate place, please contact Alison Lucas on 01702 341948 or alison@ccrmagazine.co.uk. For sponsorship opportunities and to get involved please contact Gary Lucas on 07785 268404 or gary@ccrmagazine.co.uk.

This year’s speakers at CCR-interactive, in association with Hoist Finance, in the Legal Issues & Enforcement Stream include:

► Chair – Martin Leyshon, group director, High Court Enforcement Group
► Mark Watson-Gandy, member of the Bar Council’s panel of Young Spokesmen for the Bar
Putting your case forward in court.
► Katherine Bailey, credit manager, QMH UK
Preparing to go to court – what a creditor needs to know.
► Alessia Frisina, chief legal and compliance counsel, De Lage Landen Leasing
Getting your terms and conditions right at the start to facilitate court action if required.
► Paul Downer, civil family and tribunals service, HM Courts and Tribunals Service
The latest initiatives to improve the enforcement of debt through the courts.
► Sandra Frisby, associate professor, the University of Nottingham
Pre-packs and the insolvency regime – an update.
► Emma Foy, head of financial services, Maldon District Council
► Anne Marie Goddard, team leader, enforcement reform, Ministry of Justice
Emerging reforms in civil enforcement.
► Brian Lewis, credit manager, Hanson UK
Where enforcement sits in your overall collections strategy.

Keynote Speakers

► Susan de Mont, director of credit authorisations, Financial Conduct Authority
Susan is responsible for the delivery of the FCA’s authorisations regime for an estimated 49,000 consumer credit firms transferred from the Office of Fair Trading, in-flight cases, and new applicants.
Delegates can therefore take this opportunity to hear from the key director who is actively doing the job, who has knowledge from the ‘coal face’ of what will be required of the industry.

► Trevor Williams, chief economist, Lloyds Bank
Trevor has both a BA (Hons) and a Masters degree in Economics. He is a Visiting Professor, Banking and Finance, at Derby University.
He heads the research team that supports the bank’s trading and sales activities. He regularly writes articles for publications and appears in the financial press and on television. He is a member of the Institute for Economic Affairs Shadow Monetary Policy Committee.

Download the CCR-interactive Delegate Pack here.

This year’s event will allow you to:

► Choose the right enforcement agency for you.
► Understand the recent updates to enforcement regulations.
► Discuss the latest thinking on insolvency reforms.
► Successfully go to court in pursuit of a debt.
► Learn how to take your team’s performance to the next level.

Posted “By Mike Armstrong”