Goodbye feed, hello timeline? By Rhian Harris The unmistakeable look or Twitter, if the reports are to be believed, is soon to become a thing of the past.
Social media creates more qualified traffic for websites By Rhian Harris Adobe’s Q4 2013 Social Intelligence Report shows that Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Tumblr drove unprecedented volumes of qualified traffic to retail sites in Q4. It also found increased revenue per visit (RPV) when social channels were the referrer.
How social networking has changed our online communication habits By Rhian Harris As Facebook turns 10 years old, it’s worth reminding ourselves of how social media has changed our lives and the way we communicate.
Digital marketing jargon buster By Rhian Harris The A-Z of digital marketing. Whether it is a new area, research project, or you are just trying to understand some jargon, this digital marketing glossary will help you!
A new type of Pinterest Pin By Rhian Harris Pinterest has today announced the launch of Place Pins, which allows users to add a location to their pins and be able to see them on an interactive map.
Grow your social following through email marketing By Rhian Harris Consumers sign up to email marketing for a number of reasons and as a result have their inboxes filled daily with promotional messaging.
5 great articles on Google’s Hummingbird Update By Rhian Harris Whilst announced a few weeks ago now, Google Hummingbird continues to receive speculation over when we will start to see its impacts on SEO.
Another big brand makes a social media blunder By Rhian Harris Only last week I wrote this article on a recent British Airways social media fail, and yet we see another big brand hitting the headlines for all of the wrong reasons.
UK user figures for the online travel market By Rhian Harris New findings from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) — UK reveal an increase of adults using the internet to research and book travel arrangements, with the 25-35 age group peaking as the highest users.
The latest user numbers of each social network By Rhian Harris New research shows Facebook ad revenue is growing, Twitter users demonstrate ‘active passive’ characteristics, and Google+ is now the 2nd largest social network.