Job title: Social Media & Content Marketing Specialist Contract: Full Time Permanent Salary: £20-25K DOE Start Date: ASAP Location: Eaglescliffe, Yarm, Stockton-On-Tees (North East Office) Industry: Digital Marketing; Internet; Search; Display; Social & Content Company name: Integrity Search Ltd Company Information:  We’re a fast growing, Google certified search marketing agency focused on helping businesses grow and profit from search, social media and content marketing.  Already shortlisted for two award ceremony

We’re delighted to announce the beginning of our London operations tomorrow (26th of Feb 2015) with the opening of our new offices in London. – initially based at The Black & White Building in Shoreditch – the digital hub of London. Along with the support of DigitalCity Business; we’ll be executing our carefully planned ‘business growth strategy’ by servicing and collaborating with our London clients much more frequently face to face;

This infographic is a follow up of 2013’s Christmas Supermarket Ads infographic where we compared the success of the six biggest supermarket ads to find the winner, 2013’s winner was John Lewis with ‘the bear and the hear’. This year we increased the number of contenders up to eight to see if John Lewis would have more of a challenge for its crown and it did. Sainsbury’s ad recreating the

We’re delighted to announce that this morning we have been shortlisted for the Northern Digital Awards 2015. The Northern Digital Awards is a new awards celebration for 2015 and is being launched by Don’t Panic Event Management and Prolific North, the North’s leading website for news, informed opinion, features and occasional gossip about the comings and goings of creative, media and digital companies across the North. The awards will recognise the

Although Google has made a lot of noise about its recent efforts to improve its mobile search capabilities, in particular via the introduction of a mobile-friendly label for sites appearing in relevant SERPs, it seems that the influence of desktop pages is still significant in this emerging arena. This comes after Search Engine Roundtable identified a statement made by Google’s John Mueller, during a recent Webmaster Central hangout, essentially indicating