Its International Women’s Day, and what better way to celebrate than with a discussion on women in digital?
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It’s the best day of the Welsh calendar and in the spirit of St. David’s, here’s what we Welsh love to look up.
This campaign comes in a different form than what you’re used to on this blog as it’s not strictly a digital campaign, but regardless of that, I feel as though it’s one of the best examples of content marketing I have ever come across. Let me explain why.
Whilst it might seem crazy that a story about a YouTuber has made national news, this is the unfortunate world we’re currently living in! On the 14th of February, it was announced that PewDiePie, the world’s biggest YouTuber, has been dropped by Disney and YouTube.
I’m so besotted with this Burberry advert that I felt an overwhelming need to discuss it.. somewhere..anywhere! So here it is…
We think it’s fair to say that life is a whole lot easier now that Google Maps has entered the world. But for some reason that’s not the case in Hollywood.
And the Collin’s Dictionary Word of the Year is… (drum roll please) BREXIT. Yep, the word that was on everyone’s lips this summer has officially made it into the English dictionary.
Writer’s block – it happens to the best of us. That dreaded moment where you have to put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard in most cases) and your mind goes completely blank.
Have a huge site map, added a load of new products or categories, or simply think there may have been conflicting SEO efforts made during an agency handover? Then you’ll want to read this.
So, I recently blogged about keyword cannibalisation. I defined what it actually is and why it matters to digital marketers. You can read the post here. But now you recognise and understand the issue, how do you fix it?