Testing something else…

by Matt Burgess on September 18, 2015

So the other day I came across a site called Boostlikes. Their proposition seems… interesting, as it’s not a simple “buy likes” arrangement. Regardless, I’m trialling something to see how the service goes. Will update this post with the findings when I know more.

{ 0 comments }

Where we’re at…

by Matt Burgess on September 5, 2012

So, please forgive me: I never actually posted that I have put Conversation Media on hiatus for an as-yet undetermined period. At this point, I’m not taking on new clients. I’ll be sure to update the site with more info if and when that changes.

Why, you may ask? Well, as of 3 months ago I have accepted a role as SEO & Earned Media Manager over at Compare the Market Australia. It’s an exciting role in a fantastic company, so basically: my time is limited in a way that it wasn’t when I originally started Conversation Media.

So, until then… keep your eye on the comparison market. Things are going to get very interesting.

{ 0 comments }

SMX Sydney 2011 Recap – A Journey in Three Parts

April 19, 2011

As usual, please note that the following is personal commentary and does not reflect that of my employer. Thanks Cliff notes version: Wow. Barry and Co. have totally hit it out of the park with this new format for SMX Sydney. The inclusion of a third day (SMX Elite) devoted to the more advanced topics […]

Read the full article →

Global Web Index Social Media Insights… it’s cool.

July 13, 2010

You know when I come out of my blogging hiatus, it has to be for a damn cool reason. And it is. First, some background: Back at my old employer, a lot of my time was consumed by educating the higher ups on exactly what social media was, how it was impacting the larger consumer […]

Read the full article →

Social Media Marketing for Beginners #3: How to find relevant conversations on Twitter

May 25, 2010

Social Media Marketing for Beginners is a regular column on this site, in which we discuss the fundamentals of marketing in the world of social media for businesses. As the name suggests, this is a column for those looking to get their toes wet for the first time, although even if you’re already experienced in […]

Read the full article →

Things that were delicious this week… 21 May, 2010

May 21, 2010

Every Friday I try to share a selection of things that I found worthy of bookmarking in Delicious during the week. “What’s Delicious”, you may ask? From the horse’s mouth: The Web is a big place, full of new and interesting things to discover. The problem is finding the good stuff and keeping track of […]

Read the full article →

Another sign that rankings are less important these days?

May 18, 2010

… or is this reading into it a bit much? I don’t know, you tell me. We’re all familiar with the new Google layout by now… but I noticed another subtle difference the other day. Google no longer includes the “Showing results X of XXX” on their SERPs. Take a look at the below… Here’s […]

Read the full article →

Things that were delicious this week… 14 May, 2010

May 14, 2010

Every Friday I try to share a selection of things that I found worthy of bookmarking in Delicious during the week. “What’s Delicious”, you may ask? From the horse’s mouth: The Web is a big place, full of new and interesting things to discover. The problem is finding the good stuff and keeping track of […]

Read the full article →

Things that were delicious this week… 7 May, 2010

May 7, 2010

Every Friday I try to share a selection of things that I found worthy of bookmarking in Delicious during the week. “What’s Delicious”, you may ask? From the horse’s mouth: The Web is a big place, full of new and interesting things to discover. The problem is finding the good stuff and keeping track of […]

Read the full article →

Things that were delicious this week… 30 April, 2010

April 30, 2010

Every Friday I try to share a selection of things that I found worthy of bookmarking in Delicious during the week. “What’s Delicious”, you may ask? From the horse’s mouth: The Web is a big place, full of new and interesting things to discover. The problem is finding the good stuff and keeping track of […]

Read the full article →