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We spoke in our last post about Google AMP and we touched upon Facebook Instant Articles, which we’ll be going into a bit more detail about today. It’s no secret that mobile internet usage is on the rise, so the

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We are in an age where speed is everything. We want the latest and the greatest. Right here and right now, and mobile websites are no exception. How many times are you doing some research for a project? Or just

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It’s that time again, for more news from across the marketing industry. We see what the last few weeks has meant for businesses.   Social Media Social media ain’t half been busy this month. The race to be top dog

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There has been a lot going on in the world of marketing as we begin to see the start of spring. We take a snapshot look at the marketing news for March, and what it has meant for brands, advertising

  In January we looked at some of the top marketing stories, such as global ad spend and Twitter potentially removing their character limit, as well as a great example of marketing from KitKat, and a little more of what’s

What are some of the stories to make headlines in the marketing world in January? Global social ad spend doubled at the end of 2015 Which according to The Drum is all thanks to Facebook’s improved ad offering. The Drum

  In a little over two weeks, the UK will be embracing Small Business Saturday. For those of you who aren’t aware, small business Saturday occurs on the first Saturday of December, and supports and promotes small businesses. Originally started

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As of the 1st July 2015 non-geographic phone numbers have to comply with UK Calling rules which explains the cost of calling to consumers. This affects any business that has a ‘non-geographic’ phone number, which are those beginning with 08,

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On the 1st January this year new rules came in which affect all businesses who sell B2C digital services to any country in the EU. The new rules mean that all B2C businesses selling digital services to customers in the

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Microsoft will stop offering technical assistance and automatic updates for Windows XP on April 8th. Nearly 13 years since the release of XP, Microsoft have decided to stop supporting it to put their resources ‘toward supporting more recent technologies’.