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This is a sponsored post from Hazelnut Films, who are kindly giving away two copies of their new video, SEO explained in 90 seconds.

Search Engine Optimisation is one of the most complex and rapidly evolving services that a business can invest in. No matter how good you are at explaining its value, many clients fail to grasp ‘the big picture’ on SEO, and the excellent return on investment that it can deliver.

Hazelnut Films have produced a re-brandable video that seeks to help search agencies in overcoming this challenge.

Between 12th-26th March, you can win a copy by joining a fun social SEO experiment that they’ve devised. The experiment will connect SEOs on opposite sides of the world, and the winners will be able to customise the video with their own brand colour, logo, accreditations and contact details.

For full details on how to enter, please visit the Hazelnut Films blog. Here’s the video!:

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  • http://twitter.com/robdegroot Rob de Groot

    I believe it’s not “Search Engine Optimisation” but “Search Engine Optimization”…

    • http://www.barryadams.co.uk/ Barry Adams

      Only for Americans. In proper (British) English, it’s ‘optimisation’….

    • http://www.hazelnutfilms.com Peter Rigg

      Barry is correct :-)

      There is a USA version on our website that uses the ‘z’ variation though.