The UK is facing a digital skills gap. This makes it more important than ever to ensure that your digital marketing team continually improves their skills, to keep up your business's productivity. Learning should be a continuous process for your staff. However, with our modern busy lives, it's often hard to find the time to learn these new skills.
It’s important to consider the full customer journey when designing your digital advertising for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. Don’t just focus on pre-sales. Targeting an existing customer base gives you the opportunity to build loyalty and advocacy: turn buyers into promoters and your PPC investment will pay for itself! With that in mind, here are our best tactics to increase your return on investment with existing and new users on Facebook.
Google has recently rolled out a new feature that allows users to add a 3rd title line and 2nd description to text ads. This feature will be available to use for all advertisers from the end of August 2018. The update will allow businesses to identify themselves effectively and test different combinations of ad copy, whilst leaving room for unique selling points in that make-or-break title space.
The Consumer Decision Journey is changing. As such, users’ expectations from search results have evolved, and marketers must adapt their adverts according to users’ new behaviours. Google is built to recognise intention and, as a result, it can offer smarter personalised search results, based on what Google knows users will like.
Supercharged Commerce was a half-day seminar, teaching retailers how to attract, convert and retain more customers than ever before. We’ve put together the top 5 biggest takeaways from the day. You can also watch most of the talks on Youtube. Subscribe to our email updates to find out about future events.
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I attended the SEO and PPC training event at CTI digital. As a relative novice, I was eased into understanding the technical aspects, which underlie everyday tasks, that we take for granted. I was delighted to come away from the day having experienced several lightbulb moments.