The 5th June 2014 saw the very first Completely Email conference take place in London. Organised by Rough Agenda and supported by Pure360, this event was dedicated to email marketing.
I attended the second day of the event – the main … Read more
At the end of last year, we published a blog post titled ‘ 18 Digital Marketing Trends for 2014 You May Not Have Heard About ’, where several of us from across the business were asked to give our thoughts on which areas of digital marketing … Read more
Recently, I wrote a blog post for Econsultancy explaining the Content Cycle – a process for planning and executing better content campaigns.
The concept is that of a fairly standard planning cycle. However, we devised it in order … Read more
Biddable World takes place this month, bringing together speakers and digital marketers to discuss paid search and performance display. Our very own Nate Wood, head of international search, will be speaking at the event about view-through conversions … Read more
FODM : The packed venue at the start of the day.
Thursday 6 June 2013 saw the Future of Digital Marketing (FODM) event take place in London. This annual affair, organised by Econsultancy, brings together hundreds of marketing professionals … Read more
At a recent blogger event in Brighton, David Somerville, our very own senior social media strategist, presented a talk titled 'Google+ and Friends'. His talk looked at where Google+ is right now as a social media platform and shared advice on … Read more
After a week or so of speculation from the social media industry and tech press over exactly what Facebook would be announcing at it's press conference today, we've just heard from Mark Zuckerberg that it's called 'Graph Search'. Talking from … Read more
Google+ launched Ripples over a year ago, so it’s not exactly a new feature. However, many people are yet to discover it, and probably even less people have realised how the can use Ripples for SEO. Here’s our quick guide to what Ripples is and … Read more
Twitter tests new ‘Favourite’ terms
A story on TheNextWeb reported this week that Twitter has been testing out an alternative for their ‘Favourite’ function. Most tweeters use Favourite as a ‘like’ but also … Read more
On Friday last week the great and the good of the SEO industry converged on Brighton for the bi-annual SEO conference, BrightonSEO. Some 1,700 places had been snapped up, making this the biggest event yet, further confirmed by the huge queue outside … Read more