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Month: December 2018

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Instagram Predictions for 2019

2018 has been a busy year for social media; particularly for Instagram, with countless updates and algorithm changes. In June, the platform reached 1 billion active users, giving marketers potential access to an enormous, worldwide  audience. With updates rolling out left, right and centre, you might be wondering what 2019...

Google’s New Ad Positioning Metrics

In November of this year, Google released four new search ad position metrics. They’re being rolled out to account any time now so don’t worry if they’re not available in yours yet, they will be soon. Here we will discuss and explain the new metrics and how you can adjust...
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Google Page Speed

Google speed update and what it means for your website!

In case you haven’t heard, Google now uses mobile page speed as a ranking factor in their mobile search results. Meaning it is more important than ever to ensure that your websites speed is optimised for desktop and mobile. As we all know Google likes to change things up now...

3 Tips for Writing Your Instagram Business Bio

Your Instagram business bio is your chance to explain who you are and what you do. It should also show your brand’s personality and inspire people to follow you. Your bio is the first thing that people see when they visit an Instagram account, so you need to get creative...
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advertising

Where Else Can I Advertise?

When people think of doing paid advertising, their first thought is often Google but we want to explore other avenues for our advertising efforts. It is no secret that the Market Share of Google has been dropping, on the whole, since May 2015. The image below, provided by www.statista.com indicates...
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5 Tips for Planning Social Media Content
Posting consistent, high quality content is the key to audience growth. But how do you stay on top of your social media strategy? Here are 5 tips for success…
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On-Page vs. Off-Page SEO: What Are They?
When working in digital marketing, there are so many different factors to consider. No matter how many times Google updates their algorithms, one thing will always remain the same: you should never focus on only one element of SEO. Your marketing plan should focus on both on-page and off-page SEO....
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PPC for Non-Profit Organisations
Nowadays, particularly in light of the global pandemic, charities have struggled to appeal for face-to-face donations and have had to adapt to new methods of marketing. Lots of non-profit organisations can actually benefit significantly from PPC marketing. As a non-profit organisation, you may shy away from pay-per-click marketing for the...