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Is Amazon taking the next step to retail domination?

By | December 6th, 2016|General, News|

Is picking up your daily lunch all about to change? Retail giants, Amazon have launched their latest retail development named ‘Amazon Go’ in simple terms it is a high tech corner shop, but are Amazon paving the way for an automated life? […]

Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells Dpom all the way!

By | December 1st, 2016|E-Commerce, Events, Fun, General, Google AdWords, News, Pay Per Click|

Christmas time is here!! The 4 words that can divide a country, neighbourhoods and possibly even family, when is it too early to start getting [...]

Does Facebook’s Social Domination include taking down Linkedin?

By | November 14th, 2016|Facebook, General, LinkedIn, News, Social Media, Social Media Ads|

It is well known that Facebook is in search of Social domination, but does this mean taking down Linkedin? Well, Facebook has introduced a new tab to their business pages which are labelled “Jobs”, giving businesses the ability to advertise their positions directly on their page just like LinkedIn. […]

Sombreros, Chainsaws and Zombies descended on DPOM this horrifying Halloween!

By | November 7th, 2016|DPOM News, General, News|

It was a ghostly Monday for the DPOM Team last week as all members went the extra mile to look super scary this Halloween. Our [...]

Have you seen the two big changes at Facebook?

By | October 26th, 2016|Facebook, General, News, Social Media, Social Media Ads|

Some big changes are happening at Facebook, all with a view of making the platform friendlier to businesses. […]

Facebook launches vertical video to advertisers

By | October 18th, 2016|Facebook, General, News, Social Media|

Advertisers can now use vertical video ads to target people’s news feeds in a recent move by Facebook. Facebook’s in-house tests reveal that people were more likely to watch a vertical video for longer and with sound when they appear vertically in their news feed. […]

The Google Pixel Phone

By | October 13th, 2016|General, Google, News|

  So it’s official, the search giant has unveiled a new era of handsets! There have been many mysteries about the release of Google’s own-brand [...]

Is Facebook Marketplace a step too far?

By | October 13th, 2016|Facebook, General, News, Social Media, Social Media Ads|

Have you seen Facebook’s latest update? As Facebook has 1.7 Billion active users, it should be well founded by now. The social networking giants have released a new feature called ‘Marketplace’ which is available on iOS and Android, this new feature enables us to advertise your used goods in your area. But are they trying to pull us in too far? […]

Have modern football and advertising teamed up?

By | October 12th, 2016|General, News, Uncategorized|

According to a recent report in the Mirror, Sir Bobby Robson, England manager between 1982 and 1990, ‘authorised requests’ for his players to celebrate in particular areas of the pitch so as to maximise exposure for specific brands that were advertising within the stadium. The allegations, raised by former agent Jon Smith – a man once in charge of the England team’s commercial affairs – have made headlines following the release of Smith’s latest book. […]

How will Twitter’s changes impact your business? Breaking the 140 character barrier!

By | October 4th, 2016|General, News, Social Media, Social Media Ads, Twitter|

Twitter have finally announced the long awaited update that means greater flexibility and more in-depth communication for users. No longer will media attachments at the end of messages, quote tweets or user names at the beginning of messages be included in the 140 character limit. Clearly this increased Twitter real estate offers improved functionality without impacting on Twitter’s core USP of concision and brevity. But what are the possible implications for business users looking to maximise the potential of Twitter for social media reach? […]

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