CX Elevated is InMoment’s standout annual event and 2018 was no different, leaving us with an experience that can only be described as memorably inspiring.
BrightonSEO is the gift that just keeps giving, and we’re back with three more SEO-optimised takeaways for you…
BrightonSEO gets bigger every year and 2018 was no different, cramming as many interesting, influential speakers into Brighton’s seaside auditoriums as possible. Here are five things you need to know if you couldn’t make it.
Our project manager, James, has a little story for you. There are ups and down, drama, and one important moral for efficient project management.
Upskilling your team should always be your first port of call when you’re in need of a new skill or multiple people who are able to pass tasks between them. Here are three reasons why we know this to be true…
There are so many different aspects to The GDPR that it can be easy to forget about something as humble as the cookie. We’re shining a light on them this week to make sure that you know how the cookie crumbles.
Should we all be embracing Augmented Reality? Or is it just an over-hyped distraction from developing your core marketing strategy? Well, let’s have a look.
Vero is the latest social platform looking to disrupt our daily lives, but are people ready to be disrupted?
Roses are red Violets are blue Some brands on Valentine’s Day caught our eye Here’s just a few
Measuring the return-on-investment of influencer marketing campaigns has been identified as one of the biggest challenges facing marketers, with a third of marketers apparently unable to calculate whether their influencer marketing activity has been successful.
With so many emails flying about nowadays, it’d be silly to not be testing what works best for your subscribers. Even simple A/B testing can be highly effective and increase email engagement and conversions. Time to get testing.
The introduction of GDPR this year aims to clamp down on inadequate data and security practices. As a result, we expect to see businesses become more proactive and employ innovative tech to secure sensitive and confidential information.
Facebook has decided it’s going to be placing even more emphasis on content from our personal connections and reducing the number of posts that will be shown in our news feeds from pages. This move is trying to promote more meaningful person-to-person interactions over person-to-page engagement.
Data has always been important for figuring out which strategies are working, and which just, well, aren’t. The trouble is, there’s just so much data out there now that it can be hard to know what to focus on. We’ve narrowed it down to our top three data-driven focuses for 2018.
What happened when our technical director was feeling festive? An augmented reality Christmas card, of course.
Email marketing is continuely evolving and it’s our job to stay at the forefront of what comes next. So, what do we think 2018 has in store for email?
Social media is always changing, which means that social media marketing keeps changing, too. To keep your strategies as flexible as possible, here are our top ten social media marketing predictions for 2018.
The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into play in May 2018 and all businesses need to prepare for the new legislation. Leaving it until the last minute or ignoring GDPR altogether means that you could be facing hefty fines from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).
Four inspirational Birmingham events. Four of Brum’s finest venues. Four sure, it’s been a fantastic month in this great city of ours.
Now that Halloween is behind us, we’re all looking ahead to the hectic holidays, starting with Black Friday and Cyber Monday, followed closely by Christmas and the new year. Black Friday and Cyber Monday alone brought in UK sales of £5.8 billion last year with £1.2 billion of sales occurring online (Source: Telegraph). Do you have a marketing strategy to bring some of this revenue your way?