Snooping, shopping and statement-ing take over this week’s My Five run down. Don’t worry; there’s movies and music too!
Conversions don’t end at the Thank You page. In fact, the humble thank you page could be the beginning of a long term business relationship. Find out how.
Writer’s block? Try Quora for ideation and inspiration. Find your next blogging topic or discover a new content-sharing platform.
Another week, another My Five… and another messaging app. Find out what Google’s been up to and enjoy the latest social media burn with this week’s round up.
Facebook Trending Topics has seen some disasters after ditching its news curators. Can personalisation save it from becoming utterly useless?
International Cat Day, the Olympics and the sad demise of a worm named William, read all about it in this week’s MyFive
School’s out for summer, so parents are looking for activities for the kids. How do businesses successfully market to kids as well as reach parents?
Stolen content and plagiarism is ruining the internet. Here’s how to spot the Melania Trumps of this world and take the power back.
If you’re thinking of expanding your video content marketing, consider your goals and choose your angle wisely. Not all corporate video is created equal.
Respect the visitors to your site and stop demanding their email address to access your content and features. Email marketing should never be pushy.
Not all CRO testing is created equal. If you’ve found yourself dealing with an inconclusive split test, don’t get disheartened; learn from your results.
Twitter chimp(s), a LinkedIn hack and funny faces in this week’s My Five round up courtesy of Libby Bearman. Have wonderful weekend! #MyFive