SEO Traffic Lab run LabLive Digital Marketing Event in Partnership with Google

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(PRWEB UK) 18 November 2014

The Lincolnshire based company, SEO Traffic Lab, has joined with Google to deliver a digital marketing event with serious punch.

Two Google representatives will answer questions from a full room of attendees on AdWords during a day of seminars on, Pay Per Click (PPC), Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), and Content Marketing. The SEO Traffic Lab team are fired up ready to deliver some Ecommerce site enhancing top tips to their engaged audience.

The event provides plenty of opportunity for networking and the team answer any digital marketing questions that come up throughout the day. The fact that Google have honoured Lincolnshire with their presence is a big triumph for the SEO Traffic Lab team and for local businesses as a whole.

Richard Hill, the Managing Director of SEO Traffic Lab had this to say: ‘Google coming to Lincolnshire and to our offices is a huge bonus for the event. These events are always such a buzz because we have lots of businesses in and we are excited to help them. This one, I think, will be that little bit special. It’s a year on from when we launched them so we are running it as a free event. Google are coming down to offer their expertise and we have filled the room. I can’t wait – should be a very productive day for everyone attending.’

The LabLive events attract local as well as national businesses who need help with their SEO or digital marketing on a whole. Companies usually arrive with specific problems like site speed, poor page authority, in the aftermath of a Google penalty, or simply struggling to get any traction with a target audience. SEO Traffic Lab deliver a full day of talks with lots of opportunity to receive one to one advice/guidance and make sure businesses leave The Lab’s head offices fully informed as to what needs to be done to optimise the company site.

About SEO Traffic Lab

SEO Traffic Lab is a Lincolnshire based SEO & Digital Marketing Company focused on Performance Driven Digital Marketing with offices in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire and London. They have delivered across a variety of competitive industries including finance, fashion, motor and home to name a few. SEO is no longer an invisible force that operates behind a website façade. It has evolved as a concept and is now very much content driven so SEO expertise has melded with quality content that gets branding and message in front of its maximum audience.

To follow the event up close and in person hook up to the Twitter hashtag #LabLive.

For more events of this kind monitor the LabLive official page: https://www.seotrafficlab.com/lablive







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Americans Attempt to be More Frugal with Their Holiday Spending, According to American Consumer Credit Counseling Survey

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Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 18, 2014

The majority of budget-conscious consumers plan to be frugal with their holiday spending this year, according to a new survey by American Consumer Credit Counseling. The online survey found that while 35 percent of respondents plan to spend the same amount as last year, 20 percent indicated they were spending less and 32 percent indicated they plan to dish-out as little as possible for gifts because they are struggling financially.

This information supports the recent release of a Pricewaterhouse Coopers 2014 Holiday Outlook, which found that the average holiday season spending per household will fall to $ 684 this year, from $ 735 in 2013, primarily because of sluggish salaries and rising costs of living. Despite this, only 42 percent of consumers indicated they will adhere to a budget with 45 percent of women, versus 39 percent of men stating they have a specific spending plan.

“It’s surprising that with the majority of consumers indicating such cautious spending behavior that less have laid out a plan to track and budget their money throughout the season,” said Steve Trumble, President and CEO of American Consumer Credit Counseling. “Consumers need to have a detailed budget that clearly lays out their spending plan all year, but especially during the holiday season when retailers ramp up added temptations and sales.”

Of the respondents who did plan on keeping a budget, the majority are attempting to keep budgets for spending and expenses relatively low with 30 percent of respondents to the ACCC survey indicating a total budget of $ 250 to $ 500. Of those spending less than $ 250, 24 percent have allocated $ 100 to $ 250, and 22 percent intend to spend below $ 100.

When it comes to holiday expenses such as travel, entertainment, parties and meals, the majority of respondents, 39 percent, have allocated less than $ 100, while 17 percent plan to spend nothing.

“All too often consumers forget to budget for the office Yankee swap or the family holiday party,” Trumble said. “What may seem like small expenses can quickly add up and make a major dent in your wallet. Be sure to consider these additional expenses when budgeting your spending for the season.”

The good news, according to the ACCC online poll, is that the majority of consumers are turning to cash to make their purchases this holiday season, with only four percent of people indicating they intend to use a credit card compared to 62 percent of people who plan to use cash, check, or a debit card.

“Relying strictly on credit cards for purchases can create long-term financial distress, especially if you lack the finances to pay them off without accruing interest” said Trumble. “Eventually, come mid-January the bills are going to pile up and many may find themselves in the midst of a holiday debt hangover.”

American Consumer Credit Counseling (ACCC) has created an infographic to illustrate their findings and other statistics on this subject, which can be found here: http://American Consumer Credit Counseling (ACCC) has created an infographic to illustrate their findings and other statistics on this subject, which can be found here: http://www.consumercredit.com/financial-education/infographics/infographic-holiday-spending.aspx

The holiday spending poll was the latest in a series of ACCC web surveys for 2014 that focus on a variety of financial education, budgeting and planning topics.

ACCC is a 501(c)3 organization, that provides free credit counseling, bankruptcy counseling, and housing counseling to consumers nationwide in need of financial literacy education and money management. For more information, contact ACCC:


    For credit counseling, call 800-769-3571
    For bankruptcy counseling. call 866-826-6924
    For housing counseling, call 866-826-7180
    Or visit us online at ConsumerCredit.com

About American Consumer Credit Counseling

American Consumer Credit Counseling (ACCC) is a nonprofit credit counseling 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to empowering consumers to achieve financial management and debt relief through education, credit counseling, and debt management solutions. Each month, ACCC invites consumers to participate in a poll focused on personal finance issues. The results are conveyed in the form of infographics that act as tools to educate the community on everyday personal finance issues and problems. By learning more about financial management topics such as credit and debt management, consumers are empowered to make the best possible financial decisions to reach debt relief. As one of the nation’s leading providers of personal finance education and credit counseling services, ACCC’s certified credit advisors work with consumers to help determine the best possible debt solutions for them. ACCC holds an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and is a member of the Association of Independent Consumer Credit Counseling Agencies. To participate in this month’s poll, visit ConsumerCredit.com and for more financial management resources visit TalkingCentsBlog.com.

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Millennials: Fast Track Home Buyers that are Shaping Housing Trends

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Minneapolis, Twin Cities Minnesota (PRWEB) November 18, 2014

Real estate in the Twin Cities is about to change at a more dramatic pace, driven by the impact potential Millennials home buyers will make. Write-ups by Realtor following the national conference offer insights on how Millennials are the fast track home buyers that are shaping housing trends.

“Millennials’ lifestyles are quickly changing and adapting to keep up with the growing technology market that is dominating our world. Found to be more tech savvy than other generations, both their huge volume and quickness to use the Internet will make Millennials the fast track home buyers in our future,” says Jenna Thuening, owner of Home Destination.

“This generation of people, born between 1981 and 2000, is our largest — made up of approximately 90 million people, says Jonathan Smoke, chief economist for realtor.com®. “In fact, they’re just getting started, and their sheer size will drive activity in housing for decades.”

Following the recent conference on the topic of Millennials and home buying, 3 Reasons Millennials Are Driving the Housing Market was posted on November 14th, by Jonathan Smoke of National Association of Realtors (NAR). They are:

1. Millennials Are Moving On Up

2. Millennials Are Starting Families

3. Cost of Education Will Pay Off

If changing Minneapolis real estate demographics follow the national trend, then local markets should expect the approximately two-thirds of all new households created during a span of the next five years will come from this pool of homebuyers – maybe more, as Twin Cities Millennial generation buyers show a preference for the Twin Cities.

Job creation will favor them. Their economic opportunities are strong. And they’re planning to start families, which increases the desire to purchase a home. The latest indications coming from NAR stir up visions of record numbers of Millennials actively buying homes. They are quick to proactively become well-informed online and learn about what it will take to qualify for home financing and Twin Cites 13-County housing market conditions. Collectively, they will drive housing trends for at least the next 20 years. They may rival the force of retiring baby boomers in the Twin Cities for who is to become the strongest economic drive in housing market.

The average student residing in the Twin Cities, owes $ 30,000 in debt upon completing college. Short-term, 70% of students with school debt owe less than $ 25,000, according to NAR’s fall report titled Top 10 Fall Markets for Millennials. This amount is manageable as better jobs in the Twin Cities have opened up opportunities for higher earnings.

While this amount of debt may seem daunting, it also makes Millennials the most educated generation we’ve ever had, according to Smoke’s assessment. This bodes well for them in their future. While their home buying power is delayed into their late 20’s and early 30’s, they will be better set up in the future to own a home. Over the next twenty years, we will see this generation shape the economy with a higher educated populace.

“There is plenty of opportunity for Millennials looking to get into the market in the next few months,” believes Smoke. “Not only are first-timers more likely to be able to afford homes in these areas, less competition in these markets means they are more likely to have their offers accepted.”

More insights can be gleaned from the report. The biggest reason that Millennial age buyers do choose to buy a home is due changes in their family structure. This may include marriage, children, or in the beginning stages of planning a family. Men and women in this age group are also delaying the birth of their first child which causes a definitive cause and effect in the home market. Millennials also were more likely to say that a stable or increase in income was a large reason for when they started shopping.

“The number of younger individuals favoring the Twin Cities housing market is higher than the national average, so we have reason to anticipate that, indeed, Millennials sheer size will be a powerhouse in the Twin Cities housing market.

About Home Destination – Twin Cities Real Estate:

Home Destination offers a loyal and committed real estate professional service that personally handles all of the details of selling or purchasing homes in Eden Prairie, Minnesota. Highly regarded by peers as a Minneapolis metro expert for over 15 years, gain a skilled representative as guide to make the best possible housing decisions. Helping all home buyer types, from individuals seeking to buy their first home to individuals moving-up to a luxury home, Jenna Thuening has the real estate experience and acumen buyers and sellers benefit from.

Contact:

Jenna Thuening

Web. http://www.homedestination.com

Email. jenna(at)homedestination(dot)com

Tel. 612-396-7832







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