Wolfenden has grown over the past 11 years through creating genuine partnerships with our clients. We work with businesses of all sizes, all ages, all industries – and help them find and connect with their audience online.
We’re an agile agency, enabling a more flexible approach to work and a true work-life balance. We believe in creating roles and benefits around the individual, giving everyone an equal chance to develop their career and fuelling our diverse team and culture.
Explore our team’s latest thoughts and actionable advice from our blog to support your digital marketing strategies.
Digital PR in the third sector: Everything you need to know
By Emma Robinson
29th November 2022
When it comes to Digital PR, the third sector can be a bit trickier to secure coverage in. Emma gives her top tips for gaining awareness and SEO-led coverage for this tricky sector.
My first year in Client Services
By Rhea Zakir
25th November 2022
Our final post in the National Career Development Month series is an interview with Rhea Zakir, our Junior Account Manager in the Client Services team.
Migrating to Google Analytics 4: A Short Guide for Marketers
By Emma Barnes
24th November 2022
In October 2020, Google Analytics announced a new version called Google Analytics 4 (GA4), so we’ve put together this short guide for marketers looking to accurately migrate their existing web properties over to it.
How to use DevTools for Digital Analytics
By Emma Barnes
23rd November 2022
Tagging and debugging can be a daunting task for a Digital Analyst just starting out, but DevTools is the saviour you need – check out my favourite features.
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