Author Archives: Dave Jenyns

Susan Alexander Truffles Infographic by Melbourne SEO Services Hits 2,000 Views

Melbourne SEO Services launched a useful and insightful infographic on “the diamonds of the gourmet world”, the notorious truffle. The infographic was prepared for client Susan Alexander, entrepreneur and developer of the largest black perigord truffle orchard in the US and it became instantly popular; exceeding 1,000 hits in the first 2 days.

Melbourne SEO Services “More Than SEO” Workshop Is Nearly Sold Out

Melbourne SEO Services have organised a “New SEO” live workshop to reveal the steps on how to become a market leader, drive more traffic and increase conversion rate. This online marketing workshop will take place on May 16and only a few spots remain; a special bonus is given for those who claim a seat now.

Infographic Launched by Melbourne SEO Services to Help Oldfields Sheds Customers

Melbourne SEO Services recently launched a new infographic for their client Oldfields. The infographic titled “How to find the right garden shed” helps customers pick the ideal garden shed using user-friendly graphics.

Melbourne SEO Services Launches Products To Help Clients Become Market Leaders

Melbourne SEO Services announces the launch of three pioneer Marketing packages that will enable clients to become market leaders and consistently drive more profitable traffic to their website. Expert, Leader, and Authority Packages are designed to make the client’s website the most valuable asset in their business.

Boost Search Rankings In 2014 – New Video from SEO Expert

Steve Ovens, SEO expert from Melbourne SEO Services, has recently published a video sharing what previously worked with search engine optimization in recent years and the new trends which online marketers must pay attention to going into 2014.

  • Date: Dec 09, 2013
  • Category: Movies

Crowd-Funded Short Film Successfully Enters TropFest Finals

The short film ‘Sine’ makes it to the Top 16 of TropFest, the world’s largest short film festival. The mini movie, written and directed by Melbourne Video Production videographer Adrian Cabrie, was crowd funded through a successful campaign at Pozible.