Facebook for business: your questions answered

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Remember when Facebook was used solely for keeping in contact with friends and family across the world? When Mark Zuckerberg created ‘Thefacebook’ in 2004 (yes, that was its original name) we’re sure he didn’t expect it to be the phenomenon it is today. With 1.44 billion monthly active users and 936 million daily active users… Read more »

SAScon Day 1: The key lessons we learned

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This year’s SAScon was as popular as ever with marketers, with over 300 delegates attending. With so many digital marketing experts in the same building, it was inevitable that we would come away with some valuable insights to take back to the office. Here is a snapshot of some of the sessions that ran on… Read more »

The Best of International Women’s Day

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Yesterday (Sunday 4th March) was International Women’s Day; a celebration of the economic, political and social achievements of women. As well as a reminder of the work still to be done to achieve global gender equality. This year’s official theme was, ‘Make it Happen’ and thousands of brands and organisations got involved to support the… Read more »

The Best Ways To Generate Traffic Without Google

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In the online world, it can be easy to get sucked into the mindset that Google is the ‘big cheese’ which has to be kept happy if your website is to enjoy any degree of visibility. This conclusion can be an obvious one to come to when you consider that Google.com and Google.co.uk’s share of… Read more »

UK Leads The Way In Blogging

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It’s likely you’ll know someone who has a blog. Maybe you write one yourself? Don’t forget, you’re reading one now! A blog is a useful medium for sharing your views, updates, general rants and moans (but I won’t go into that) with the rest of the online community. In recent years, just about everyone with… Read more »

Research shows how retailers amplify their messages via social media

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Top retailers are beginning to see the benefits of using Facebook to promote their products, new research shows. A report jointly produced by digital behaviour measurement specialists com Score and the social media site shows that Facebook's news feed is proving highly valuable in helping businesses convey details of product offerings to potential customers, with… Read more »