After the Prime Ministers’ announcement on Monday, many small businesses are beginning to re-open and consider moving staff off furlough. There is still, however, the lingering pressure of reduced revenue and pressing overheads for many UK businesses.
With an increasing interest in social advertising activity from existing and new clients, and new hires providing us with more resources, we have doubled down on our efforts to improve continually.
I strongly feel it’s the duty of everyone to be mindful of what is happening in their communities and help if they are able to. Before and during lock down I’ve been getting involved in various projects to assist my community and would like to encourage you to help in small ways too.
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After seeing a rise in search volume for ‘SEO’ itself, I had been planning to write a blog post that explains what SEO is and how it works. Aligning myself to the firm marketing adage of ‘giving your audience what they need’, I planned to create the content to answer the most common questions.
But a lot has changed since I undertook my initial planning of this post. Coronavirus (COVID-19) has caused upheaval, confusion and devastation for so many people, worldwide. But you don’t need me to tell you this. I decided that it would be most useful to respond to questions about SEO specifically during the coronavirus pandemic.
At CTI, we are delighted to announce that we've welcomed six new team members over the past few weeks!
So, you've been tasked with evaluating why your digital strategy is failing. If you’re unable to increase leads, prospects or business revenue, then something’s not right. Take a strategic approach to your assessment, to gain a clear picture of what’s going wrong.
The UK government is providing daily updates on COVID-19 and its implications for the general public and UK businesses. We understand that it is therefore vitally important to keep your customers up to date with any company news.