What trends can we expect to see in 2016? We have a look over what could be coming from the next 12 months but first, let’s recap over what happened in 2015. People want options. We are not saying Google is on the way out, not at all, but people do want alternatives for searches. […]
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Who doesn’t enjoy a good show? Particularly when it’s a digital show! On 13th May, 3 members of our digital team headed off to the Big Smoke to attend the Mid-Term Digital Marketing show. The world of digital is evolving and changing so quickly, it is vital to us to make sure we stay on top of […]
Maybe not now, maybe not in the next month, but very soon your website ranking will change, potentially more than ever before. What you need to know What is Hummingbird? Hummingbird is a brand new Google algorithm The algorithm will eventually effect your website’s ranking Released in September this is the greatest change in Search […]
Facebook boasts over one billion active users and the social network holds a huge amount of data about each of these users. This wealth of data is what makes Facebook such a unique advertising platform, and one that businesses should take advantage of. Why Use Facebook Advertising? Facebook enables you to directly target your desired […]
If you tell someone outside of the design industry that you are a graphic designer, they will most likely have a fair idea of what you do. But tell them you are an artworker and they invariably look blankly at you! Some assume that you are a ‘failed’ designer – you didn’t get the grades […]
Although noticeably only a recent trend, I’m pleasantly surprised at the number of SME’s either exporting or planning on doing so in the near future. It could be a coincidence that nearly half the prospective clients we’ve spoken to in the last few months have asked about international marketing and our specific capabilities, but I […]
Chalk & Ward Advertising have welcomed Seb Monks as their lead Senior Digital Strategist to improve their already impressive digital set up.
Google recently made a change to how they deem relevancy of a website to a user’s search query, it made SEO’s all over the world a little bit nervous.
Man’s days as a dog’s best friend may be numbered now that reports have found that one in ten of all UK pets have their own Facebook page. ‘Tweeting’ has taken on a whole new meaning now that social media is giving feathered and furred friends a place and reason to squawk, squeak, tweet and peep.
With industry experts predicting mobile (tablet & smartphone) devices will overtake desktops and laptop computers as the dominant internet platform within the next 18 months, the time is now to be future ready by making your website mobile friendly.