Both Facebook and YouTube are in trouble this week, plus news of a new ad tool from Google, a very clever robot and Banksy opens an online shop. Read it all here in this week’s My Five.
Targeting low-volume, low-competition keywords can be a great way of growing website traffic. Here’s how we did it.
We’ve collated some of the most asked questions about SEO into a handy, jargon busting FAQ to help answer common search queries.
This week, tech dudes are seeing who can be the biggest jerk, Instagram cracks down on stalkers, and Joe Swash takes naps in his bathroom.
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.
We’re looking after the planet and all its creatures in this week’s My Five, with some social media highlights from the past few days.
We take a look at the new Instagram account specifically aimed at influencers, and what differentiates it from a business account.
It’s a My Five full of fakery this week – including robo-dogs, AI generated headshots, and a satirical WhatsApp chat between the world leaders.
A concise but informative overview of how you can write better blog content, and how to optimise your posts for an online audience.
A bad week for journalism and ad targeting but a good week for Twitter and TikTok, plus some amazing pictures of dogs in bags. It is My Five time.
What does Google’s decision to remove the average position column in Google Ads mean for advertisers?
Long-form Instagram captions seem to be a growing craze amongst high profile users. We unpick the possible reasons behind this new phenomenon.