Fred Wilson, an influential venture capitalist sparked controversy recently by announcing that the “social media phase of the Internet ended” in 2014. Now, before everyone frantically fires up Facebook or Twitter – they … Read more
In this fortnight’s jam-packed digital marketing news, we take a look at Google’s trusted stores, why paid search is becoming increasingly important to include in your inbound marketing strategy, WhatsApp’s introduction … Read more
Despite the cynicism that surrounded Google Glass’s commerciality, tech fans still took a sharp intake of breath when Google revealed it was ending sales of the landmark device this week.
Tesco’s innovation team, Tesco Labs, may … Read more
Over the past few days, Google has started to send out mass notifications via Webmaster Tools regarding mobile usability errors. These appear to be going out to any site that Google sees as not mobile-friendly.
What does Google’s fix … Read more
Non-food ecommerce growth took a hit this December, according to new figures, as crowds flocked online to bag a Black Friday bargain displacing Christmas spend to November.
Retail sales figures from industry trade body the British Retail … Read more
In this fortnight’s digital marketing news, we take a look at Google’s Pigeon update, Google’s new captcha feature, Bing removing phone numbers from adverts and Christmas device activations.
Google Pigeon Update Reaches UK … Read more
Digital marketing best practice is a constantly shifting foundation, on which you might think it would be difficult to build a stable brand – but that’s not the case.
By monitoring rising trends and being prepared to adapt, your … Read more
In this fortnight’s digital marketing news, we take a look at Google's 'mobile-friendly' tag going global, Instagram becoming bigger than Twitter, YouTube's year-in-review video and a number of new tools and updates from Facebook. … Read more
Have you ever clicked through to a website in Google search results on your smartphone, only to find a horrible site that doesn’t render well? The tiny text strains your eyes, the links are too small to tap and the thought of having to scroll … Read more
Facebook recently announced that from next year users would see a lot fewer promotional posts in their news feeds.
The social media giant claims the move is as a result of an extensive survey of hundreds of thousands of people – the … Read more