5 steps to measure your social media effectiveness
By Sophie Madgewick
27th April 2022
All too often, brands let social media strategies ‘run’ without taking the time to step back and evaluate whether they’re really contributing to their overall marketing and business objectives.
5 reasons why Twitter is so valuable to digital PR
By Emma Robinson
21st April 2022
Twitter’s breadth and reactivity can be incredibly useful in digital PR, an industry which relies on always having its ‘finger on the pulse’.
What you need to know about the Facebook conversions API
By Jason Sanderson
13th April 2022
Tracking prevention systems are becoming more commonplace but when using the Facebook pixel in conjunction with the Facebook conversions API, you can still properly track and attribute your Facebook performance.
8 tips to lead an effective & engaging client meeting
By Anna-Louise Parry
7th April 2022
How can you ensure an effective QBR, with key information at the forefront and all parties aligned on the strategic direction moving forward, without it just being a meeting for formality’s sake?
[The Digital Dose] Unpack the pillars of SEO performance
By Aislin Ward
5th April 2022
SEO should not be a siloed service but should be fully integrated with the rest of your marketing strategies to ensure that they are all working together and feeding into the overall goals of your marketing and wider business.
8 genius hacks for digital PRs
By Lizzy Green
29th March 2022
From time-saving tricks to tips on sparking creative inspiration, I’ve pulled together my eight favourite hacks that can help make the lives of digital PRs easier.
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