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Alex is Director at FireCask. He has been working in online marketing for nearly 10 years and has worked with many international brands. Alex is also the Co-Founder of Peadig, a WordPress theme framework powered by Bootstrap.
Posts by Alex on the FireCask Blog:
Their marketing hasn’t converted me. Their attendees and subject matter have converted my interest in attending myself. Knowing a couple quite well and having long chats about it with both Martin MacDonald and Marcus Tandler himself, it’s definitely one of the few conferences that I know I’ll learn the most from. The fact that the [read more]
In March this year Ben Barker, a Search Consultant, left us to pursue another venture at a branding company in the local area. We were gutted as not only was he great at what he did, he was a great personality in the FireCask office. Working in a smaller team, the dynamic we have between [read more]
FireCask is an online marketing agency based in the heart of Manchester. With clients in various verticals from online gaming to accounting and entertainment to retail, we’re looking for a passionate human to work with us on all our client portfolios to help grow their brand and increase their profits.
Today isn’t just an important day just because it’s Anna’s birthday. Today’s important because it’s the beginning of a change we’ve both been working on over the past couple of months. This change is what you see right now – a new company called FireCask. The Why The reason the UK office is re-branding is [read more]
Here are the slides to my talk at BrightonSEO on 12th April 2013. Please find the transcript below the slides. The Video The Slides The Transcript Today I’m going to talk to you about structure data, specifically for Facebook, Google+ and Twitter. But first I want to tell you why you should be doing it. [read more]
In August 2012, Twitter announced that they were releasing v1.1 of the Twitter API. On 11th June 2013 v1 of the API was completely shut down. Within this deprecation, the RSS feed features also become unavailable – which is has huge implications for webmasters globally. Go PRO! Twitter Feed PRO uses API v1.1 to output [read more]
On Sunday 6th January, Alex Moss talked at SMX Israel. Below are the slides complete with full transcript of his talk. How to Leverage CTR with Rich Snippets Up to now, everyone’s been talking about exactly what to do, and how to actually implement it. Today, I want to talk about why you want to [read more]
This morning we have noticed that WordPress.org users can now review both WordPress plugins and themes. This addition to WordPress Extend now provides more detail into users’ thoughts, rather than the simple voting system that has been provided up until now. Rich Snippet Integration? Rhys kindly reviewed my Facebook Comments plugin. From looking at Google’s Rich Snippet Tool [read more]
I attended our first Brighton SEO and can say that Kelvin really does organise a great event. As a one day event with over 1,500 attendees, it was great to see such a range of topics covered from various key people in online and advertising. Here are some selective notes I wanted to share in [read more]