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Month: February 2012

Innermedia’s Visit to the TFM&A Exhibition

The Technology for Marketing & Advertising (TFM&A) Exhibition held at Earls Court Two is the largest and longest running exhibition of its type in the UK marketing industry. Some of the Innermedia team were in attendance at the event on Tuesday 28th of February, to have a look around and...

Does Social Media Have A New Home?

This week we saw something very strange happen over in the U.S.A. A quiet neighbourhood in a Los Angeles suburb was transformed when a house on the street was painted orange and green with social media logos such as Facebook and Twitter printed on the wall. But this wasn’t a...

Comedy in 140 characters: The art of Twitter humour

We’ve all fancied ourselves as a bit of a comedian at some point in our lives but are we really that funny? One of the best way to interact through Twitter is to be funny, but can we get our humour across in 140 characters? The art of Twitter humour...

We are proud to launch the new Merlin Sponsorship website.

Merlin is one of the world’s largest visitor attraction operators with over 41 million global visitors each year to their top attractions such as Thorpe Park, Alton Towers, Madame Tussauds and the London Eye. They wanted a website that would showcase the opportunities for other companies to increase their brand...
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Google Light House Speed Update Fixes
In Dec 2018 Google released it’s Light House Update which was a move to review and improve the speed of all websites. It is rare that Google makes updates that force website agencies to implement chargeable updates on their clients’ websites. Although few and far between the changes are always...
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How is COVID-19 Affecting Influencer Marketing?
COVID-19 has had an undeniable impact on many industries, including influencer marketing. For those of you who don’t know, ‘influencer marketing’ is similar to celebrity endorsement in that it involves brands working with people who have the power to sway purchasing decisions because of their authority in the online sphere....
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Google Showing “Temporarily Closed” for Schools and Businesses
In response to the global pandemic, Google Search and Maps is displaying whether a school, business or other corporation is temporarily closed. In some cases, for instance when a school is open for children of key workers, this information may not be completely correct. With this in mind,  it’s of...