Social media has well and truly changed the way businesses market themselves. Whether you’re a scroller in your personal life or not, businesses just can’t ignore the lives people lead online. We’re now able to reach people in an unprecedented way; we can literally market products and services into the palm of someone’s hand. But… Continue reading How To Build A Social Media Strategy
With browsers like Safari and Firefox discontinuing support for third-party cookies and Google’s impending ban for Chrome users by the start of next year, the reliance on third-party data for targeted advertising faces a substantial challenge. Some businesses will continue to be unhealthily reliant on ads for lead gen, and when you combine weaker targeting… Continue reading What Communications Channels to Choose in 2024?
So you’ve been tasked with increasing sales and revenue – a tale as old as time (well, almost). But there are a few important steps you need to take before your sales start to boom because we’re not talking spontaneous combustion here – you need to grab your SEO kindling and maybe a content fire… Continue reading Fundamentals of Full-Funnel Marketing
Before we launch into this article, this has been written presuming a couple of things. You have a website, And, you are tracking data, Since 2020, specific browsers such as Safari have no longer allowed “third-party cookies”, which simply means they no longer track a user’s journey across the WWW. Firefox withdrew its support for… Continue reading The demise of third-party data & what it means for your marketing (updated)
Not all businesses are ready to work with a marketing agency! While that might seem a little counterintuitive coming from an agency owner, it really is true. The key reason for this is that no one knows what to expect when you start working with one, so often, the relationship begins with unrealistic ideals of… Continue reading How to get the most out of working with an agency
Usually, a website going down is business critical. Ordinarily, the freelancer or agency that built the website will get a panicked call. 90% of the time, the situation is totally out of their hands. 5 things to check if you site goes down. Have you paid your domain renewal? Log in to where you bought… Continue reading My website is down. What the hell do I do?
In a world made up of products and services, what separates you from the rest? Whilst we can’t be all things to all people, how do you ensure that you’re seen by those who count? Imagine you’ve got a chocolate cake, and you share it with your family. Some would want more, some might be… Continue reading Divide & Conquer. The what, why & how of customer segmentation
When the world around you feels unsteady, it can be hard to avoid the fear. In these times, making decisions rooted in panic and reaction, rather than ones of focus and proactivity, can lead to a scattergun approach, trying to target everyone and cover all bases.
As the UK enters (another) recession and the Government give some less than ideal business advice, we can’t stress enough that the last thing you want to do is reduce your marketing spending or activities. Of course, I would say that. But so do also several scholars – here is some articles to read if… Continue reading Marketing actions to consider during a recession
In this article, we will be looking at backlinks. What they are, their importance, what you need to consider and a few tactics to grow them. What are back links These are, quite simply, links that point to your website. But, getting them is not as simple as the explanation. Don’t get me wrong, there… Continue reading What are Backlinks & how to get them.