Category: video
  • Data vs Personas for Content Planning, DistilledLive video discussion

    The last DistilledLive video came from our London team and talked you through some positive ways to give feedback to your designers when it comes to producing content. In this edition, we’re moving on from the design of the content as we hear from Kyra Kuik and Alyssa Ennis from our Seattle... Read more

  • DistilledU video: 80 hours of HD video, interactive modules and bacon

    For those of you who didn’t make it along to today’s Brighton SEO, here’s a little something we’ve been working on to promote our online training platform, DistilledU. If you like the sound of the 80 hours of HD video, interactive modules and namely bacon, you can sign up... Read more

  • DistilledLive Seattle | Creating a Content Marketing Strategy for Outreach

    We got technical for the last edition of DistilledLive London as Dave Sottimano and Tom Anthony gave their thoughts on hreflang. But with the DistilledLive Seattle Meet Up just around the corner, we thought we’d take a look at current hot topic, Content Marketing with the people who know it... Read more

  • DistilledLive London | A few thoughts on hreflang

    The Seattle office took the reins in the last DistilledLive video as Mike Pantoliano and Geoff Kenyon talked you through where to focus your e-commerce efforts in the coming months, as well as sending kudos to those brands already doing it well. For the latest edition, we thought we’d take... Read more

  • Creating Video Sitemaps for each Video Hosting Platform

    The simplest way of getting pages indexed with a video rich snippet is to “ submit a video XML sitemap ”. Unfortunately, this advice is not much use for the majority of users, who host their content with external providers or social video platforms and are then forced to work out... Read more

  • SearchLove 2012 videos are now available through DistilledU

    We recently announced some changes to our online training platform, DistilledU. Sign up for paid account in DistilledU [at the existing $40 / month price point] and you’ll now get streaming access to all of our HD conference videos, past and future. The wait is over... With this in mind... Read more

  • SearchLove London 2012 | Day Two at The Congress Centre

    Following on from Shelley’s previous post, we hear from day two of SearchLove as it happens in this retrospective live round up post of all the session speakers and topics of the day. So, it’s day two here at The Congress Centre and there’s a few weary heads from last night’s after party [and... Read more

  • Announcing The Distilled Guide to Online Video Marketing

    Following on from our recent piece on Video Infographics, we are excited to announce the launch of the Distilled Guide to Online Video Marketing. To support our belief that every business can leverage video - our interactive guide helps take on the daunting task in easily accessed and saved... Read more

  • A New Species: Video Infographics

    Let’s be honest, we can easily get bored reading too much text. And it can be difficult to follow lots of numbers and statistics. To overcome this, we can use illustrations, flowcharts and graphs to make information visually appealing and easier to understand. This is the original appeal of... Read more

  • Getting Video Results in Google

    NOTE: This article is now somewhat dated. For a more up to date and in-depth look at getting video rich snippets, please check out this post. The following post is a beginner’s Video SEO blueprint. Follow the steps below to ensure that you’re getting video results in both Google Video Search... Read more

  • Video SEO Tactics to Get Ranked

    Video content should be part of your content strategy if it isn’t already as people really like it and it can be easier to rank video content for competitive keywords than ‘normal’ content when video results are incorporated into the SERP. I wanted to share some tips from my... Read more

  • Guide to the Facebook Open Graph

    Open Graph is Facebook’s new protocol which allows 3rd party websites and webapps to connect user activity on-site with user activity on Facebook. Through defining “objects” (piece of content) and “actions” (watch, read, listen etc) Open Graph enables your product to... Read more