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 […]
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If you’ve ever been involved in a website project you may have come across the term User Experience. But what exactly is User Experience and why is it becoming so crucial in the modern digital landscape? In its simplest form, User Experience or UX is about making your website or app usable and ensuring the […]
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 […]
SEO, PPC, Social Media, Email Marketing, Online PR, Content Marketing, Direct Traffic… all sources of traffic to your website which companies spend hours debating over how to get more/get better quality/increase the ROI of them etc. But what a number of people forget is how to help someone on your website get from the page […]
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 […]
Here at Chalk & Ward Advertising we love a bit of warm weather. It tempts us and many of our clients in the South West, out on to our office balcony in Southernhay, especially on a Friday with some wine. It’s become a regular monthly occurrence a chance to enjoy the sunshine, talk business and […]
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.