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Month: September 2020

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3 SEO Myths You Should Not Believe

There are a lot of falsehoods being told about SEO which can cause those in the digital world to waste their time, resources and money on activities that will either do nothing to improve SEO or have a detrimental effect. Obviously, this is not good, so I am here to...

3 FREE Digital Marketing Tactics for Small Businesses

An effective digital marketing strategy is crucial when it comes to the success of any small business. Here are three digital marketing tactics that are not only really easy to do yourself, but they are all completely free!
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New Fees for Google Advertisers in UK, Austria and Turkey

A new Digital Services Tax (DST) is being imposed in Europe as part of the Government’s attempt to get big tech giants to pay more to the exchequer. However, Google have decided to pass this tax onto advertisers in the UK, Austria and Turkey, from the 1st of November 20202....
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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...
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6 Tips for Using Instagram Hashtags
Knowing how to use hashtags effectively will help to expand your Instagram audience. When you use a hashtag, your post will appear in the search results for that hashtag on Instagram. Users can also follow hashtags, which means they could see your post in their feed even if they don’t...