An Introduction to Reddit Ads

Reddit may not be at the forefront of your mind when it comes to advertising but like the other social media platforms, it too offers pay-per-click ads. Read on to find out if it could be an option for your brand.

Ashleigh Davison

World Cup 2022: marketing to the masses

FIFA’s World Cup has a proven track record of increasing consumer spending, and in 2022 it coincides with one of the busiest retail periods of the year.

Rosey Bowring
Business Tools

R.I.P. Google Data Studio

Don’t worry, it is not as bad as it sounds. Google announces the rebrand of Data Studio as part of the unification of its business intelligence tools.

Joe Friedlein

Updates to Google Ads’ Recommendations

It appears that Google has been listening and has added two new features to improve its recommendations in Google Ads. Read on to find out all you need to know about the updates.

Ashleigh Davison

Google Ad Extensions to become Assets

Google will soon be placing ad extensions under the ‘Assets’ umbrella. Read on to find out what that really means.

Ashleigh Davison

A complete guide to Pinterest Ads

Pinterest is the 14th most popular social media network in the world, but who uses it, and which brands should be investing time and money into it? Here’s my guide to all things Pinterest.

Ashleigh Davison

7 ways to help journalists help you

PR professionals and journalists depend on each other to do the best job, but that isn’t to say it’s always the easiest relationship in the world. Here are seven ways to strengthen that working arrangement.

Kerry Sheahan