Urine for a treat – this week’s My Five is full of extraterrestrials, the future of commuting, bust-ups over chocolate spread, and one of the greatest pranks ever!
Brands need to tread very carefully when marketing with morals as missing the mark is likely to do more harm than good.
Hootsuite’s latest webinar outlined some of the key social media trends of 2017. Here are 5 concepts that really stood out for us.
This week, we’ve had a #CourgetteCrisis, more fake news scandal, lots of complaints, and the official death of Vine. Is this really the beginning of the end?
Swifty, raccoon noises, Scunthorpe, racing balls and why Google isn’t a search engine. It’s all in this week’s My Five.
Is product placement within movies, television and magazines having its desired effect? Have you been caught out by the marketing wizards in the media?
Today, Monday 22nd July 2013, Google will automatically update advertisers’ old legacy campaigns to its new enhanced AdWords campaigns.
The annual advertising hype fest that is the Super Bowl is over. Who won (Orea, not the Ravens) and what does it tell us about instant advertising?
Google adds new display network setting allowing advertisers to choose their AdWords network settings at ad group level instead of just campaign level.
It’s been revealed in a report carried out by eMarketer that ad spend in the US will surpass that spent on print advertising in 2012.
Now that Christmas is fast approaching many retailers are increasing their AdWords media spend in order to try and attract as many targeted clicks as possible.
Have you ever wondered how Google makes it’s money? Listed here are the 20 most expensive keyword categories that drive the majority of Google’s revenue