In this week’s My Five YouTube criticises itself, Facebook stamps down on political ads, and the working population find their new perfect career.
If you’re considering a career in digital marketing and want to know what skills you need, you’ve come to the right place.
This week’s My Five is all about the free goods – free Google Shopping listings, free carrots, the freedom to message between Facebook and Instagram…. what more could you want?!
The impact of the coronavirus has sent shockwaves across the planet. What does it mean for the future of digital marketing agencies?
Is Twitter Racist? Is your iPhone listening to you? Is David Attenborough really on Instagram? All these questions, and more, are answered in this week’s My Five.
Social media marketing can be a minefield for brands. We take a look at five of the most common social media mistakes marketers must avoid.
In this week’s My Five we answer the world’s biggest questions: Is there life on other planets? What should you be tweeting about at Christmas? And does having keywords in your domain impact SEO?
Increase your email open rates with our 9 tips on improving your subject lines, from split testing, to emoji use, to optimal character limits.
Digital word count, online privacy, and nostalgia in marketing all feature in this week’s My Five. Plus we congratulate a particularly special new mother.
Google has loosened its match type definitions and is now sharing less data in its search term reports, plus text ads could be a thing of the past. Read all about it here.
In this week’s My Five, we’re told to go back to the office, BoJo lies on his CV, and David Blaine attempts to leave this godforsaken planet.
The latest instalment of our book review series takes a look at Jay Baer and Daniel Lemin’s, Talk Triggers: The Complete Guide to Creating Customers with Word of Mouth