When Alan Sugar decisively raised his finger in the direction of Mark Wright during the recent Apprentice final, a loud murmur was heard coming from online marketers across the web. Rather than support their industry peer, many took to blogs and social media to vent criticism and condemnation of the 25 year old’s business plan. A lack of originality within a crowded market being the chief appraisal.
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Keeping pace with technology is one of the key battles for all businesses in the Digital Age and soon there is going to be a new battleground, so we had all better sharpen our social media weapons.
Facebook is trying to turn itself into the online interface of your entire existence – it may already be the main way you communicate with your friends, share content, read the news… Facebook even tells you who you should be friends with and what bands you should like!
How to make money using the internet was something of a quandary for advertisers at the dawn of this millennium. It was apparent that the market was going to shift with the new digital dimension rapidly emerging, but could they predict that the key to marketing success would be cute animals and a decades-old theory […]
Facebook are planning to cut down on the amount of promotional content its users see on their dashboard. This refers to content from pages they have liked, rather than paid for ads, so all your hard work building an online following will be diminished if you ignore the changes.
Google’s updated search algorithm, Penguin 3.0, has landed – or at least slid forcefully in on its belly – and many companies are already seeing dramatic changes to their search rankings. Whether your business can expect a sharp rise or fall depends on several factors.