Kick-start your SEO for the new year

Kick-start your SEO for the new year

Kick-start your SEO for the new year What’s in? Search engine optimisation is always evolving, so it’s a good idea to take a look at what’s new or which elements are becoming a priority for search engines. For 2018, I’d recommend looking into...
Twitter introduces ad subscriptions

Twitter introduces ad subscriptions

Twitter has announced a new always-on advertising service called Promote Mode. It weighs in at £79 pcm ($99 pcm) and provides brands with an automated solution to promoting content on Twitter. How does it work? Once signed up for the service, brands tweet as usual and...
Why are we still so 9-5?

Why are we still so 9-5?

“Flexible working is a way of working that suits an employee’s needs, eg having flexible start and finish times, or working from home.” Flexible working isn’t just for parents, carers, civil servants, or any other group of workers you may have...
Social influencers: a quick guide

Social influencers: a quick guide

Influencer marketing is nothing new, the right celebrity seen using a product has been helping to increase sales and brand awareness for years. With the rise of social media, the good old celebrity endorsement you knew so well has paved...
Facebook celebrates Pride Month

Facebook celebrates Pride Month

Facebook is all set to celebrate the LGBTQ community using Pride Month with a series of colourful profile photo frames, photo masks, Messenger app stickers and effects, and even a limited-edition Pride rainbow reaction. “Throughout the month of June, you might...
Facebook hates clickbait too

Facebook hates clickbait too

Facebook announced today it was implementing updates to reduce the amount of clickbait served to users. Clickbait content uses sensational headlines to lure visitors into clicking on, and/or sharing, social media content at the expense of quality and...