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Serperture Design of the Month: November 2014

Guillaume Bouvet is a craftsman designer and he has a very slick website. Most of the site has been put together using some very clever CSS effects. The use of hover effects with calls to action prompt users to click, followed by smooth transitions when clicked. Upon entering the site, users are prompted to see Read more »

Get used to tweets from people you don’t follow in your Twitter timeline. It’s an official feature.

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Featured Campaign: Honda’s ‘The Other Side’

Honda’s most recent campaign, ‘The Other Side’, is amazing. They recently teamed up with Wieden + Kennedy London to create an incredibly well executed interactive video. The video tells the story of the Civic and sporty Civic Type R. While watching though, you can switch from the Civic’s story to the Type R’s story by holding Read more »

Inbound Marketing Mashup: October 2014

How to Write a Darn Good Sentence [SlideShare] | Hubspot Remarkable writing isn’t just for academics and authors; it’s a fundamental skill for marketers, too. The “remarkable” part is where it gets tricky. Tweet This! The Silent Benefits of PR | Both Sides Of The Table PR is an insanely valuable activity in early-stage companies. Very few investors Read more »

Search Updates Roundup: October 2014

  Panda 4.1 Analysis and Findings – Affiliate Marketing, Keyword Stuffing, Security Warnings, and Deception Prevalent | GSQ+, 29 September 2014 On Tuesday, September 23, Google began rolling out a new Panda update. Pierre Far from Google announced the update on Google+ (on Thursday) and explained that some new signals have been added to Panda (based Read more »

Serperture Design Of The Month: October 2014

A Spacecraft for All by Google Creative Lab and Active Theory is the Serperture design of the month and is best viewed in Google Chrome. The project began with a news article about a group of citizen scientists who wanted to get in touch with a spacecraft that had spent decades dormant in space. Google Read more »

Featured Campaign: Walkers Crisps’ Tweet To Eat Vending Machine

Gary Lineker has been the face of Walkers Crisps for more than 20 years, and recently worked with the brand to create the first Twitter vending machine. The three bus shelters across London have Gary Lineker virtually sitting in the machine, delivering crisps to customers who tweet it. The campaign is set to put three Read more »

Inbound Marketing Mashup: September 2014

Want to be a Link Building Pro? Here are the Resources to consider! | SE Talks Link Building is a science and in order to build great links you need to think out of the box. Unfortunately many people believe that link building is just piece of cake and as a result usually most of them Read more »

Search Updates Roundup: September 2014

  Google Authorship Removed: Official Announcement from John Mueller | Google+, 28 August 2014 Following up on the June 28th drop of authorship photos, Google announced that they would be completely removing authorship markup (and would no longer process it). By the next morning, authorship bylines had disappeared from all SERPs. Tweet This! It’s Over: The Rise Read more »

Serperture Design Of The Month: September 2014

This month’s design is a dead simple scrolling site that is incredibly slick. The site is Rain’s portfolio and can be found over at The site presents visitors with Rain’s logo and an animated prompt to scroll down. Scrolling down goes through four of Rain’s top portfolio works, followed by a short bio and Read more »