In this week’s My Five, we’re having a cuppa with Boris, kids are drawing on horses and Facebook drops the ball. Again.
Launching a YouTube channel is easy, but encouraging engagement is the hard part. Here’s how to build an audience, optimise your video, and turn viewers into customers.
What do self-esteem destroying selfies, gay frogs, and dead pets all have in common? They’re all in this week’s My Five.
Move over AdWords… we review Google’s new paid search interface, Google Ads.
Our spin on the classic periodic table lists the key elements you should be looking for when choosing a digital marketing agency.
A handful of highs and lows from this last week online featuring Apple, McDonald’s, WhatsApp and… the face of trekking in Cambodia.
We look at the origin of the domain authority, its value as a performance metric and why you shouldn’t lose sleep over a fluctuating DA score.
Guest writer, Brian Schofield, discusses the impact of video marketing and how to incorporate it into your own strategy.
It’s a Facebook-heavy My Five this week. Doubling its office space in London and promising to end advertising discrimination in the US, all whilst its stock price nosedives big time!
The time has come to migrate from HTTP to HTTPS before your site takes an SEO right hook from Google, leaving you hanging on the ropes, fighting for the organic scraps your competitors leave behind.
A Google-heavy My Five this week. Good news and (very) expensive news for the search giant. Also a sad farewell to one of the few.
Yes, it’s the PPC update. And yes, it has dog pictures. You can peek if you want, but you’re only ruining it for yourself.