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Month: January 2018

Google page speed update

Google’s Speed Update Makes Speed a Ranking Factor on Mobile

Google’s latest algorithm will focus on mobile search results, giving priority to faster ranking pages and moving the slowest pages down. The speed update will only affect a small proportion of web pages – the ones that deliver the slowest experience to users. However, search intent is still a priority...

A Quick Guide to GDPR for Businesses

GDPR is the biggest change to data privacy and processing in the last 20 years, and will be coming into force on the 25th May this year. It is essential that your business is ready and compliant by this date, or you risk fines of up to 20 million euros...
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GDPR for Schools

GDPR for Schools – Are You Ready?

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on the 25th May this year – your school will need to be ready to comply with this new regulation by this date, or risk significant fines. What is GDPR? In short, GDPR is a piece of legislation that aims...
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Less Than Half Of Google Searches Result In A Click
In June of 2019, for the first time ever, a majority of all browser based searches on Google resulted in zero clicks. First of all, what does that mean? More people are going to Google and doing more searches but less people are clicking on results. Google is now presenting...
How to Create an Instagram Advert in 5 Simple Steps
If you are new to Instagram advertising and would like to test it out, we are here to help! There are loads of options within Facebook’s Creative Studio for Instagram Ads. This may seem a little over whelming at first, however with our simple guide we can help you to...
What is Google Tag Manager?
Simply put, Google Tag Manager is a tool that enables the user to manage and organise marketing tags on a website or app, without the need to manipulate the code. These tags are essentially small snippets of code or tracking pixels that send data from your website to another data...