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London is one of those cities which is packed with things to do and see. If you’re planning to visit, you may be wondering exactly how you’ll narrow these down and fit everything in. Luckily, we’ve got the lowdown on the best things to do in London this year. Ready? Let’s get started:
High tea is a must if you’re in London. And there are plenty of great options to choose from- whether you’d like to dress up and go all out, or simply grab a bite in between seeing the sights. If you’re planning the former, be sure to book in advance- particularly if you’re visiting during a busy period. High tea is a London phenomenon, and popular with tourists from all around the world, so plan ahead so you don’t miss out.
London has thousands of pubs, and you could never see them all. You can, however, see some of the best and most popular by taking a pub crawl. www.excess-baggage.com has released an excellent infographic about the #PerfectPubCrawl for visitors. If you’re only in town for a night, or stopping over from a flight, you can leave your baggage and head out for a true London experience. The pub crawl suggested in this infographic includes Cosy Kettle, The Boot, Mabel’s Tavern, The Skinner’s Arms, The Rocket, and more.
Head to Buckingham Palace, and be sure to take a camera so you can film the changing of the guard. This is an excellent place to see, and you can also wander the area- enjoying the park and the surrounding estates across the road. Be sure to check out some of the shops around here if you’re looking for some souvenirs. You can easily get here via the tube, and there are stations surrounding the area.
Bricklane is one of the best places to wander in London. The best part is the artwork, and you can find incredible paintings and graffiti throughout the area. This is also a cool place for browsing little shops, and you’ll find plenty of bars for happy hour around here. Don’t forget to work up and appetite- this is the best area if you like Indian food, and you’ll find people on the streets aiming to lure you into their restaurants with the best deals. If you’re planning to eat around here on a Friday or Saturday night, be sure to make reservations in advance.
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We all know that distracted drivers aren’t the safest drivers, and yet most of us are dealing with more distractions than ever before. A recent infographic from LeaseCar UK highlights some of the most common distractions- and a few of them are pretty interesting.
For example, did you know that 12% of men have shaved in their cars? I can’t say that’s something I’d expected to hear, and I’ve never seen anyone shaving in their car before. 10% of women have applied makeup at the traffic lights, which I’ve personally done, and 45% of those women say they’re most likely to apply lipgloss or lipstick while staying away from blusher and eyeliner- two things that typically require a steady hand and concentration.
Unsurprisingly, passengers are a pretty big distraction. And nearly 60% of people are driving with kids in their cars. 30% of those people use the review mirror to talk to their kids, and just 3% actually turn around (probably a good thing since that doesn’t sound safe). 31% of parents consider driving to be their quiet time, so I’m assuming plenty of kids tend to fall asleep in the backseat.
Personally, I found the kids to be my biggest distraction when I was driving. Especially if they were unhappy or fighting with their sibling in the backseat.
32% of people are eating while they’re driving, which I can definitely relate to. Personally, I don’t see this as too distracting, as long as you’re being careful and only reaching for a snack while you’re at the lights. 30% of these people say they’re munching on snacks, while most people tend to avoid eating dinner in the car.
What are your top driving distractions? How do you deal with them? Leave a comment below and let me know.
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With 2019 just a few days away, you may already be thinking about your content marketing, social media, and SEO strategies for the year ahead. That’s why it’s important to keep up with the key trends underway, ensuring that your business is offering leads and customers the content and information they want.
Here are just a few of the trends you can expect to see for blogs, social media, and SEO in 2019:
Voice is rapidly becoming more and more popular when it comes to SEO, as more people use voice search to find local businesses. It’s now quick and easy for people to use voice search on the go, and people who are unable to otherwise access the internet can use their voice to get the results they need.
In 2019, you’ll need to ensure that your website is optimized for voice search. When people use this type of searching, they’ll usually use terms like ‘why,’ ‘where’, ‘how,’ and ‘when’ while searching. You’ll need to use a service like https://www.click.co.uk/ and change your approach to rank for these types of long-teal voice searches.
More social media indexing
Content marketing continues to be the best way to attract new customers and leads. And it goes hand-in-hand with Search Engine Optimization. In 2019, we can expect to see a greater focus on ensuring the content being created satisfies the actual search intent. This will help make sure that the content doesn’t just rank, but also provides leads and customers with the value they’re searching for.
Social media will begin to play a greater role in SEO, while social channels can better integrate with search capabilities.
The days where you could simply add a bunch of keywords in your articles and expect your page authority to increase are long gone. These days, Google’s algorithm no longer crawls each page for a single keyword- it’s able to detect the types of keywords that are related and often used together.
These are the types of unique, niche-centric words that highlight your expertise as a leader in your industry.
This means that life is getting more difficult for spammers and those using black-hat SEO techniques, and better for brands offering their customers rich, in-depth content.
In 2019, it will be even more difficult to game the system, and brands will need to up their content marketing game.
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