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Is Analytics the answer to your creative block?

By | January 23rd, 2017|Content Marketing, Creative, Facebook, General, Google Analytics, Instagram, LinkedIn, Social Media, Social Media Ads, Twitter|

We’ve all come to learn that online marketing is centred around customer experience, so it is no surprise that having an actively engaged online presence determines a brand’s success. With this considered it is more important than ever to develop dynamic and personalised digital interactions. […]

4 Ways Social Media will Supercharge your SEO

By | January 16th, 2017|Content Marketing, Facebook, General, Google, Instagram, LinkedIn, Search Engine Optimisation, Social Media, Twitter|

The SEO world is built up of 3 main components SEO, content marketing and social media. Content marketing is about generating relevant and engaging content to inform and entertain your audience, whereas social media is about promoting the content, and SEO is about making sure the technical ABC’s are done to ensure search engines can find your content. […]

5 Tips to prevent Social Self-Destruction!

By | November 28th, 2016|Branding, Content Marketing, Facebook, General, Google, Instagram, LinkedIn, Social Media, Social Media Ads|

It is well known that Social Media is deeply ingrained in our day to day lives, but it is also important to understand the core principles of Social Media and by not following them what it could result in. […]

WordPress hands users a brand new set of SEO tools

By | October 24th, 2016|Content Marketing, General, Google, Search Engine Optimisation|

Businesses previously forced to rely on the use of third party plugins will no doubt be rejoicing at the news that WordPress have released a number of SEO tools for their platform. Users eager to improve their website’s page rankings in Google, Bing and other search engines can now do so more easily through WordPress, rather than having to download the likes of Yoast. […]

#Stickers – Twitter’s new visual hashtag

By | July 6th, 2016|Branding, Content Marketing, Social Media, Social Media Ads, Twitter|

Twitter has revealed its latest new addition, the #Sticker. On the face of it, nothing very groundbreaking; the feature will allow users to place fun images like hats, emojis and animal faces over their images. It’s designed, in Twitter’s words, to add creativity to your photos and connect them to the Twitter world. […]

Announced: twitter extends their video length time and launches a new app

By | July 4th, 2016|Branding, Content Marketing, Social Media, Social Media Ads|

It’s official! As of June 21st, Twitter announced that you’ll now be able to tweet videos that are 140 seconds long. Say goodbye to the 30-second time slot of yesteryear: you can now show off to the world your ability to eat 140 marshmallows, in 140 seconds.  […]

LinkedIn makes it easier to do business online

By | May 20th, 2016|Content Marketing, Search Engine Optimisation, Social Media|

LinkedIn is already one of the best forms of social media for improving your business, with the ability to find and engage with new customers and sell your services and products online. However, a new service launched by the site will make this even easier and it is quickly becoming a popular feature amongst business users. […]

UK ad spending reaches its highest rate since 2010

By | May 6th, 2016|Content Marketing, Google, Pay Per Click, Search Engine Optimisation|

Last year, UK advertising spending reached its highest rate in five years, according to AA/Warc, a trusted source of UK ad spend data. This indicates that businesses are still confident about advertising’s ability to reach consumers. It also suggests that cautiousness over ad spend, caused by the recession, may finally be waning. […]

The “Insta-lgorithm” – what you need to know

By | March 30th, 2016|Branding, Content Marketing, News, Social Media|

After many months of rumours, suspicions have been realised – Instagram will switch to an algorithm system, instead of chronological order. Instagram’s official Twitter account recently said the following: “We’re listening and we assure you nothing is changing with your feed right now. We promise to let you know when changes roll out broadly”. […]

Twitter Going to Roll Out a 10,000 Character Limit?

By | January 7th, 2016|Branding, Content Marketing, General, Search Engine Optimisation, Social Media|

  Twitter, the social media giant, well known for their 140 character limit is considering a 10,000 character limit and if it is going to [...]

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