I went to BrightonSEO earlier this month – here’s a rundown of some of my favourite presentations!
Last Friday I was let out of the Tomango studio and ventured to Brighton for my second #BrightonSEO conference of the year!
According to a 2016 survey, just 35% of businesses have integrated digital into their overall strategy, and a further 47% are doing digital marketing with no defined strategy!
Worldwide sensation Pokemon Go brings with it some brilliant opportunities for small local businesses. Find out how you could be taking advantage.
So you’ve got a brand spanking new website, and you’re now ready to release it out into the wild and start attracting traffic to it. But what should you realistically be expecting in terms of results?
Research was released last month showing that a gargantuan 77 per cent of content is being shared via ‘dark social’ channels. For social media marketers, that’s massive. The huge amount of dark social sharing shows how people are now consuming online media – switching from channel to channel over many devices per day.
Let’s get right back to basics. What is ‘marketing’ anyway?
Twitter not counting links & pics, and Google changing limits on page titles & meta descriptions.
Freak out your room-mate, advertise at your competitors’ locations, or find the love of your life. For marketeers, Facebook Ads are here to stay.
A few miles down the road from Tomango HQ last week was one of the most popular and respected natural search conferences in the UK – BrightonSEO. Tom learned how to do Local SEO like a Jedi…more inside.
This analogy works, I promise. It’s all about tiny improvements building up to a huge jump in performance.
The best things from the past 7 days in Brand, Web, and Marketing. This week – awesome looking pizza boxes, Go-Pros on cows, and a surprising use of a government EU leaflet.