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Apple did it, Google got on board, and now Facebook are believed to bringing out their own range of smartphones. As the world begins to go mobile, we take a look at what this means for the world of Digital Marketing.
Don’t you just hate spending hours and hours creating good quality content, only for you to put it up online and very few people to see it? If it gets lost in the ether, it’s no use to anyone. So how do you make the world see your content?
This month we’ve seen some really interesting movements in terms of market share for search engines on both sides of the Atlantic. In some instances it’s business as usual, but in the case of the UK markets, some search engines have thrown up a few surprises.
You don’t have to search for too long before coming across a website that has been badly written. You know the ones; too much or too little content, mistakes everywhere, and a severe lack of punch. This isn’t helping your website whatsoever, so here’s what you need to focus on to avoid a major copywriting fail.
As we all know, digital marketing is an ever evolving industry. It’s rare for a day to pass without some form of industry developments or new strategies to consider – which leads nicely onto article marketing.
It’s business as usual when it comes to April’s search engine market share statistics. Read More
It appears that the online advertising industry has bucked the trend amongst many other sectors in the UK. Despite a gloomy outlook with the current UK economy, advertising on the Internet appears to be thriving.
If you didn’t know already, Google have followed up from their previous television adverts with yet another one of their well styled and slick commercials; this time promoting their social network, Google+.
So, another year has passed and some classic April Fools gags have been made (I think Google have won this year with their litany of gags, from the Google 8-Bit Maps for NES to the YouTube collection on DVD).
Today is the day that Friends Reunited, the first UK social network, relaunches. The former social networking giant has given itself a lick of paint, and a whole new feel to it, focussing on nostalgia and memories.
What’s difficult to believe is that Friends Reunited, which launched in 2000, was the UK’s first social network and went on to become one of the most popular too; in 2005 it boasted over 15 million users. Then the MySpace’s and the Facebook’s of this world took off, and the rest as they say is history. However, Friends Reunited is back, but will it work?