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Regular readers of the Econsultancy blog will be used to seeing our ‘top six infographics’ roundup each Friday, but it is my sad duty to report that it has been discontinued.

The reason for the post’s demise is down to the fact that quality infographics have become increasingly thin on the ground, so finding six each week was a difficult task.

But fear not, because though the ‘top six’ post is gone, in its place we’ll now publish the best infographic of the week every Friday. Unless we only get rubbish infographics, in which case we won’t bother to publish any at all.

This week's best graphic comes from Browser Media and looks at the current state of the UK's SEO industry by evaluating 101 agencies included in our supplier directory.

For a more in-depth view of UK search companies check out our SEO Agencies Buyer's Guide and keep an eye out for our forthcoming Top 100 Digital Agencies Report that's due to be published in May.

UK SEO Agency 101

David Moth

Published 26 April, 2013 by David Moth @ Econsultancy

David Moth is Editor and Head of Social at Econsultancy. You can follow him on Twitter or connect via Google+ and LinkedIn

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Daz Housego

"How many tweets were published in December 2013?"

over 3 years ago

Graham Charlton

Graham Charlton, Editor in Chief at ClickZ Global

Thanks Daz. Fixed now.

over 3 years ago

Joe Friedlein

Joe Friedlein, Director at Browser Media

Great spot Daz!

Thank you to Econsultancy for publishing our infographic - what an honour to be the first of 'the finest'.

If anyone is interested in the history to this particular piece of research, please feel free to have a look at http://www.browsermedia.co.uk/2013/04/19/seo-agency-101-the-return/ as it gives it some more context and explains some of the differences to the prior year.

Thanks,
Joe

over 3 years ago

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Gary

Excellent work BrowserMedia, really looks the part too. I'm amazed that 5% of marketing agencies don't have a Twitter account!

over 3 years ago

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David

Six sounds ambitious. I'd rather see one awesome infographic than 6 half baked ones. I think its a good move guys.

over 3 years ago

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patrick

Hi do you have any data on if agencies do affiliate marketing?

over 3 years ago

Joe Friedlein

Joe Friedlein, Director at Browser Media

@patrick - Yes, we did look at this and it is the last line on the 'services offered' list (28% of the agencies offer affiliate marketing, which is a small increase year on year).

over 3 years ago

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Rhys

Can you tell me the SEO company who:

- Has more than 2000 followers
- Posts more than 50 tweets a month
- Has a Facebook page with over 500 likes
- Has a LinkedIn Profile and Google+
- Has a blog with more than 9 posts a month

That company is on their game and I'd like to investigate further.

over 3 years ago

Joe Friedlein

Joe Friedlein, Director at Browser Media

@Rhys - there are several agencies that tick each of your criteria, but I will need to do some excel analysis to work out who ticks ALL those boxes.

The research spreadsheet is fairly big, so I will need some time to do this and this week is manic. Will try to squeeze it in.

Thanks,
Joe

over 3 years ago

Ahmad Racheha

Ahmad Racheha, Head of eCommerce & Online Marketing at Retail, Banking, Health Insurance

Agree with David and prefer to see one great infographic each week.

over 3 years ago

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Craig

95% offer SEO but only 44% offer copywriting. curious...

over 3 years ago

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