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Personalisation – What Next?

Personalisation – What Next?

Personalisation in 2017 requires a little more sophistication than addressing your email subscribers by name. Spoiler alert: they’re onto you. At this point users are switched on enough to know when they’re being emailed by robots – and it’s probably getting on their nerves.   With most of us owning two or more devices and […]

Disruptive Marketing: Putting Young Brands Centre Stage

Disruptive Marketing: Putting Young Brands Centre Stage

In an age where traditional forms of promotion and publicity are failing to get digital audiences excited, marketers must be prepared to take risks. Handled with care, disruptive marketing is a total winner – for startups and established brands alike.   Over the course of digital marketing history, the disruptive approach has allowed companies like […]

Middleweight Graphic & Infographic Designer Job (Digital and Print)

Middleweight Graphic & Infographic Designer Job (Digital and Print)

Northampton £22,000 – £27,000 according to experience & skillset Do you have a degree in design, a passion for all things print and digital and proven studio/agency experience under your belt? Are you looking to work in a creative setting where you can make your mark, have your opinions listened to, and learn from talented […]

Mobile Marketing: Is it a Myth?

Mobile Marketing: Is it a Myth?

Mobile marketing is everything right now; seemingly unparalleled in influence and importance. We’re now at a point where a majority of brands clearly recognise the power and potential of mobile and have developed their strategies accordingly. All things considered, asking if it is a myth might seem a bit strange.   So is mobile marketing […]

What We Learned at WordCamp 2017

What We Learned at WordCamp 2017

The burning issues we’ve been mulling over since last weekend’s WordCamp …   WordCamp was fun! Because we spend every day staring at pages of code – glazed expressions, tongues sticking out in concentration, this year we naturally gravitated towards some of the less technical sessions. These were great because they opened our eyes to […]

Hot Content Trend: Shoppable Video

Hot Content Trend: Shoppable Video

What can Ted Baker teach us about incorporating shoppable video into exciting holistic campaigns?   Whether you are a brand or a marketer, it’s no secret. The state of the industry being what it is, making an impact with your campaigns is hard. Do you try something new and disruptive, grabbing audience attention like the […]

8 Tips to Help You Ace SXSW 2017 (From Someone Who’s Never Been)

8 Tips to Help You Ace SXSW 2017 (From Someone Who’s Never Been)

Advice. People are usually more than happy to dish out generous portions of the stuff – often to those who haven’t asked for it. And here we are. This time we’re talking South by Southwest (SXSW 2017); the Texas tech and culture juggernaut. Now in its 31st year, SXSW celebrates the convergence of the interactive, […]

Search Trends 2017

Search Trends 2017

Do you want the good news or the bad news?   For a couple of years now, key industry commentators have been trying to convince us that SEO is dead and, by and large, we’ve ignored them. Our faith in search isn’t entirely insane – recent research has found that: 33% of clicks from organic […]

It’s Time – Let Long Tail Keywords Back In Your Content

It’s Time – Let Long Tail Keywords Back In Your Content

Long tails are making a comeback. Had you all but written off long tail keywords as a content marketing strategy? In the past, the ‘exact match’ nature of SERPs have limited the reach of long tails to a small pool of users, keeping them firmly in the sphere of transactions and targeted product pages. That […]

A Guide to Artful Influencer Marketing

A Guide to Artful Influencer Marketing

There’s the right way to approach influencer marketing and then there’s the wrong way. While clever advertising and valuable content remain key, nothing says “brand you can trust” like people of influence telling others that they love your product or service. Third-party credibility is nothing new – word of mouth, press coverage and endorsements have […]

Valentine’s Online

Valentine’s Online

Digital marketing has more in common with dating than you might think. You start by trying to get their attention with a pick-up line (or headline). Get it right and you’ll strike up a conversation. After that it’s all about showing you care while taking things at the right pace (don’t blurt out “I love […]

The Social Media Bowl

The Social Media Bowl

Year upon year, our favourite sites and apps battle it out to be crowned social media champions. Grab your chicken wings, crack open a tall, frosty one and get ready to weep like a little girl – it’s time for the Social Bowl. Winner: Facebook People spend 3x longer watching live video than they do […]

Super Bowl Ad Spending: Is it Worth it?

Super Bowl Ad Spending: Is it Worth it?

One of the greatest sporting events on the planet, the Super Bowl brings in 110 million viewers every year – as well as billions in consumer spending. Back in 1967, the total ad spending for Super Bowl I was around $7 million. 51 years later, total investment stands at a record-breaking $2.042 billion. The Big […]

Build Your Own Brand Community

Build Your Own Brand Community

Help your people find their people. Send a James Bay fan into a mosh pit and you’ll probably kill him (or at least give him a fat dose of PTSD). Send in a metalhead and he’ll be overcome with a warm, fuzzy sense of belonging. We all belong in different places, with different people. Consumers […]

Goodbye, Vine!

Goodbye, Vine!

  The last days of the six-second video sharing app.   Today marks the end of Vine as we know it. Last October, parent company Twitter announced the decision to strip back our favourite six-second video sharing app to a similar version called Vine Camera – a move that comes into effect today. While Vine […]

The Big Fat Digital Marketing Round Up 2016

The Big Fat Digital Marketing Round Up 2016

2016 is finally out the door – you can practically hear the collective sigh of relief. From political pandemonium to Prince, there’s no denying it has been an eventful 12 months. It hasn’t been all bad. For those of us who care, digital marketing, as always, has experienced significant progress – including several key trends which […]

Digital Marketing Horoscope 2017

Digital Marketing Horoscope 2017

What does 2017 have in store for marketers? Follow your destiny for the latest and greatest trends in our Digital Marketing Horoscope 2017.

The State of Travel Marketing 2016

The State of Travel Marketing 2016

In 2015 over 1.1 billion tourists travelled abroad – a number that is expected to have increased by another 3-4% in 2016. On the face of it, the travel industry is looking great. But with an intensely competitive market, travel marketers still face a variety of obstacles when promoting destinations and package deals. Created in […]

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