The marketing industry loves an acronym, we often use acronyms like SEM, SEO, ROI, SERP, PPC, CTR, CPA when we are describing marketing terms. These are all pretty well-known phrases by now...
If you are getting involved in online marketing for the first time, you may be feeling unsure about the terminology which is commonly used to describe certain things.
After the recent few months of a near global business shutdown, here in the UK at least, many businesses are finally starting to re-open their doors to customers, with more to come in the next couple of weeks.
If you are starting to return to work following the easing of restrictions here in England, or anticipating getting back soon, there are some housekeeping jobs you can do to kick start your marketing again and hopefully get your website working harder for you.
Many businesses are starting to make a tentative return to trading after some weeks locked down - although, we all acknowledge it will still be some time before we return to normal, whatever that will mean in the future.
Here in the UK we are facing the prospect of at least a further 3 weeks of lockdown. That is keeping many of us away from our businesses and away from our customers.
You may be wondering how best to communicate with your customers through the current situation. Many businesses have had to adapt their trading model rapidly to suit a fast-moving situation, in an effort to continue to serve their customers.
Many of us are wondering how to get the tone right in our marketing communications during an unprecedented period of global crisis.
You may have noticed that there have been some updates with Google search which have impacted your search position since the new year. One of the main impacts which we have observed is with regard to the featured snippet...
It’s not a good feeling… You have spent time planning and executing a marketing campaign only to find that it falls flat, failing to provide the results you had hoped for.
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