If you have a web presence, chances are your product or service has struck interest with someone somewhere, other than the UK. So is it time to start considering an overseas expansion? Is there a market there? What are all of your considerations before taking the plunge? We look at ten ways to approach your adventure into overseas territories, from a marketing and PR perspective.
Posted on 14 Jun 2017 | Filed under
As of this month, Instagram has now added ‘Location Stories’ to the ‘Explore’ tab, which allows users to share posts from nearby or specific locations that they’re interested in.
Posted on 18 May 2017 | Filed under Social Media
With over 2.8 billion snaps posted a day and more video views than Facebook, Snapchat is one of the fastest growing forms of social media. Although it may not be as big as Facebook or Instagram just yet, it shouldn’t be overlooked.
Posted on 12 May 2017 | Filed under Social Media
We've compiled our Top Ten for how to make your brand stand out on social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Read on to discover how you can make the most of your social media marketing campaigns, with some simple tweaks.
We've compiled our Top Ten for how to make your brand stand out on social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Read on to discover how you can make the most of your social media marketing campaigns, with some simple tweaks
Posted on 23 Mar 2017 | Filed under
Google updates its search algorithm around 500–600 times; sometimes up to three times per day throughtout the course of the year. While many of its changes are minor, the search engine giant will work on, and then release two to three 'major' algorithmic updates (such as Google Panda and Google Penguin) which directly affects the way your business ranks in Google against your key search terms in the SERPS (Search Engine Results Pages).
It has been a few weeks since the last Google algorithm update - still unconfirmed by Google - nicknamed 'Fred' and thought to be released on March 8 - and it appears to largely be another attempt to combat link spam.