Roll up, roll up, Google’s got some fresh tools to change targeting and measurement once again! Google’s Marketing Keynote for 2017, dubbed proudly by Google as “Marketing Next”, is Google’s annual summit to show off a lot of fancy new features and tools that will be rolling out over Google’s favourite time period, “the coming […]
The recent press about how Google protects its advertisers sheds light on an important area of concern we always consider when running paid media campaigns for clients. Is our activity reaching the right audience in the right places at the right time?
There’s a new penguin in town. Since its debut in 2012, Google Penguin updates have wreaked havoc for webmasters who relied on spammy links to gain visibility. On 23 September 2016, however, Google announced that Penguin has become a permanent, real-time part of their core algorithm. So here’s the question everyone’s asking: Will my site […]
Today everyone has the internet in their pocket, but the mobile web is at odds with what users do on the web, which is search and browse. Brands should be keeping up with this user behaviour, however many haven’t been and have faced negatives changes in their performance. People bounce. If the page doesn’t load within […]
Generic Top Level Domains (gTLDs) are an alternative to standard domain name extensions. Existing domains such as .com, .net and country specific domains such as .co.uk and .fr are now supplemented by word-based domains such as .recipes, .london, .scot and .maps. A Brand TLD is an innovative type of top level domain name (TLD) that […]
The news came out this week that Twitter pages will be indexed on Google in an attempt to reach out to the audience that currently are not signed up to Twitter or to those that are ‘logged out’. Rumour has it, users that are not logged in to Twitter whilst being referred from a Google […]
I was doing some research for my job the other day, trying to find images that would help me tell a story for a digital marketing PowerPoint deck I was doing. In this particular case, I was trying to illustrate the effect of tearing down operational silos in companies and thought that a “wrecking ball” […]