Whichever way you're reading this - be it on a PC, a tablet or a phone - you should be able to navigate around the website and read the content without the need for a magnifying glass. That's because this is a responsive website. And if your company website isn't already a responsive one, it should be. Here's why...
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For businesses, the talk of having a ‘good website design’ is all over the internet & social media. It seems a never-ending task, keeping up to date with digital trends & changes. SEO, social media, content, mobile friendly – have you got it all covered?
A short video is more visually stimulating than a piece of text content or an image and therefore is more likely to be engaged with via likes or shares. Find out about using explainer videos as part of your digital marketing.
With an ever-growing list of digital options to consider, digital marketing is a hard egg to crack. But, as with any form of marketing, digital or traditional, it’s important not to put all of your eggs in one basket.
We all live increasingly fast & busy lives. Reading emails on the go, working, socialising - browsing Facebook, Twitter & Instagram 24hrs a day – connected constantly by our phones & tablets. But what does that mean for your business? It means if your website design isn’t properly optimised for mobile & tablets you’re likely to be losing your audience.
Small businesses who use social media marketing platforms to promote their business and direct traffic to their website will be pleased to hear the update from Facebook.
In 2014 Mellow Colour asked us to redesign their website & improve their SEO. We worked with them to create a bespoke website design and increase their global website traffic through our Keyword SEO research and SEO services.
Facebook now has more than 800 million users worldwide and at the end of last year, Twitter reported an average of 230 million tweets per day and the number of people browsing the site up by 70% compared to the start of the year. We are, of course, talking about the ever growing world of social media.
During one week, 29 August -- 3 September 2011, in a specially built glass box in the waiting hall of Stockholm Central Station, passers-by can watch as clothes are hung on a washing line, only to be soiled. Log onto Ariel's Facebook page -- www.facebook.com/arielsverige -- and you can win clothes by controlling a specially programmed industrial robot loaded with ketchup, drinking chocolate and lingonberry jam in real time. With designer garments as your targets, your challenge is to hit them as they swish in front of the robot at Stockholm Central Station. It is easy: aim, stain and win. The stained garment will be sent in the post after being washed on-site with regular Ariel Actilift.
Email marketing is one of the most cost-effective ways to reach your customers in real time. When setting up an eMarketing campaign don't under estimate the need for planning. We have prepared an eight-step guide to help you set up and make the most of your eMarketing.