1st February 2017 by Brad Longman
Many people today do not realise the basics of tech SEO are not as complex as you may think and in most cases, you may not need a developer. Whilst some people believe ‘technical SEO is just makeup’ and an attempt to make your site pretty for Google, it’s much more beneficial and is...

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1st November 2016 by Holly Kelly
James leads with a big statement at this years E-Commercial Conference ‘the world has gone mad he says… we are controlled by the search box’; and if you take a minute to think about it quite possibly we are. If you have a question (whether that be Chinese takeaways close to your...

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17th October 2016 by Ella
I’m back, and this time to put a blog focus on a recent Tweet that I sent out when I took over Anicca’s Twitter account for the day, sharing some content for #WednesdayWisdom. Why? It’s a simple way to keep a focus on why you choose to produce a piece of content. Everybody can lose...

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15th September 2016 by Sarah Potter
The rise of online shopping has seen a huge shift in the way that consumers seek information, meaning that traditional PR is not the only way to run a successful campaign. Think about when you purchase something online, where do you go for further information? Rather than trusting what a company...

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24th August 2016 by Holly Kelly
Shortly after Google’s official announcement in May that they would be releasing a new ad format in the form of expanded ads, Bing followed suit (as expected) announcing its support for this feature. Just like in AdWords what this now means is that you get 50% more character space to fill with...

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22nd August 2016 by Ed Truman
Read the following guide to learn how to set up Facebook conversion tracking to track specific events on your website via Google Tag Manager. NOTE: Since May 2017 Facebook has enabled an auto setup feature for Google Tag Manager. However the manual method below is still recommended as the best...

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