A rocky week for US politics, a terrifying look into the secret things people Google, and a meaty delicacy all feature in this week’s #MyFive.
This week, Google went back to basics in its bi-weekly Elevenses stream, covering three important components that make great ad groups.
The content on the site is great. There are plenty of high-quality links. So why isn’t my site ranking? Poor crawlability could be the issue.
Brand guidelines are usually associated with major brands and corporates, but it’s just as important for SMEs to have a clear identity too.
https has been confirmed as a ranking signal by Google for some time, but is it worth making the switch, and will it actually improve visibility?
Discovering what kids consider to be cool, pretty pixels, pretend ponies, a confused protest, and an eggy mess. It’s My Five time.
Snapchat launched its Stories feature back in 2013, with Instagram and Facebook jumping on the bandwagon more recently. So why is it so popular, and how can brands capitalise on this?
Introducing a fun and competitive element to your marketing strategy can help to engage users, grow a fanbase, and build brand loyalty.
Removing big meanies from the internet, poor attempts at cooking basic food, and Ice Cube confirming his parents are both made of ice. It’s My Five time.
Senior Account Manager Victoria Spall caught up with ReachForce to discuss SEO’s past, the current state of social media, and what’s next.
If the marketing budget won’t stretch to a few million quid, your business can still explore using video and influencers, but on a smaller scale.
Can you sort the real news from the fake? Neither can hundreds of thousands of people, and it’s causing big issues for digital marketers.