When sponsored content becomes editorial coordination and social media advertising becomes transparent, plus; a cat in a box – what a week.
Google not pulling your meta description into SERPs? Fed up of your beautifully crafted copy being ignored? Don’t take it personally…
Amid COVID-19 lockdown, digital must replace human interaction. Brands should reach out to their customers in meaningful and relevant ways to resonate.
Another week of lockdown done already? Where does the time go? I’ll tell ya: nowhere. Luckily, there’s been plenty going on online to keep us entertained this week.
It’s the Lockdown edition of My Five this week, and yes, it is COVID-19 heavy once more. But it’s not all doom and gloom in the world of digital marketing!
Amidst the coronavirus panic, instead of pausing SEO activity, consider using the time to take on those tasks that haven’t been a priority to date for a big impact now and a shorter recovery time later.
Google may be backtracking on the changes it’s made to search results, but the results of its UX testing efforts to date have left many, many users very, very angry.
The January 2020 Core Update, low-quality puns, and questionable viral trends. It’s all in this week’s My Five, your weekly dose of online antics.
This week’s inbound marketing round-up takes us from wholesome to horrendous, with some unavoidable season’s greetings in between.
As eCommerce sites countdown to one of the most lucrative shopping days in the calendar, we look at the onsite tweaks that can help persuade users to purchase.
Yikes! Can’t believe we’re still seeing evidence of sites using these old school SEO tactics. Some don’t work, and some could even be harmful. So stop using them. Now.
Marketing wins, and marketing fails, but also a shake up to search that’s got SEOs’ tongues wagging. It’s all in this week’s digital marketing run down.