Is Your Digital Youth Marketing Strategy Up To Date?

Voxburner ‘s 2017 Youth Trends Research Report – Newly Released Data
On the 21st – 22nd of March, Voxburner will be hosting their annual European Youth Marketing Strategy Festival, the largest youth marketing festival in Europe with over 1500 attendees expected to attend. It brings together industry thought leaders, top …

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7 Tricks and Treats for Your Halloween Twitter Campaign

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Happy Halloween! It’s the holiday when social media turns into a real bloodbath, with carved pumpkins, spooky outfits, and creepy gifs taking over our Twitter feeds.

Goblins and ghouls aside, there’s nothing scarier to digital marketers than a dead Twitter handle. So we’ve put together a list of quick fixes …

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EatCommerce – The Rising Trends in Online Food Delivery

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Consumers are being given more and more choice when it comes to ordering food online. What companies Just Eat and Hungry House started with their high street takeaway delivery has now morphed into more upmarket services like Deliveroo, that deliver top quality …

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How to Avoid Eating Yourself – Keyword Cannibalisation

Keyword cannibalisation can dramatically impact the organic search performance of a page. At its best, it can lead to the wrong page ranking from your domain and at its worst it can push the impacted pages off the first page of the SERPS, crippling their organic search performance. Simply …

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Facebook Messenger hits 1 billion users – Digital Marketing Roundup

Verizon buys Yahoo’s core internet businesses for $4.8 billion

The No 1 US telecommunications company Verizon has bought Yahoo’s core internet properties for $4.8 billion. It is in the intention of the telecommunications company to combine Yahoo’s search engine, email and messenger with AOL. Verizon have confirmed that this move …

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Google AdWords Click-To-Text Message Extension to go Live – Digital Marketing Roundup

Optimizing visuals will become even more key

Nowadays, visual-centric technologies are taking huge presence in our lives. Augmented, virtual and mixed reality are providing more immersive experiences, that bring new ways of communication for us. So what does this mean for SEO?

Visual technologies point to a future of search that makes …

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AdWords Price Extensions on Desktop – Digital Marketing Roundup

Webmaster recommendations about the mobile first index are on the way

We have already covered the topic of Google’s mobile-first index in the previous roundup; a new implementation that will look primarily at mobile content instead of desktop.

This has brought many questions to the surface for webmasters, so Google has …

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Facebook Reactions Officially Launched

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After over a year of hearing about it, Facebook has finally launched Reactions to the masses. Facebook newsfeeds around the world are about to be bombarded with colourful emojis as users are now able to “Like”, “Love”, “Haha”, “Sad” or “Angry” a Facebook post.

These new faces to the Facebook world …

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Google’s restrictions on keyword data – Digital Marketing Roundup

Today we present to you the latest, most relevant digital marketing news. As you can probably already tell we are passionate about Digital marketing (the clue is in our name), and we keep our passion alive with daily news updates. Here is what we found relevant in the Digital …

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Google implements Shopping Ads to image research – Digital Marketing Roundup

Florida court allows Google to be sued by publisher delisted as “pure spam”

Could this be a chink in Google’s armour?

SEO for Gboard? How Google’s new keyboard search for iOS ranks content

With the recent launch of Gboard, Search Engine Land looks at how the new Keyboard Search ranks pages and …

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