YouTube are finally getting rid of 30 second unskippable ads. But they've still got a long way to go before advertising on the platform is up to scratch.
YouTube Ditching Unskippable Ads - Too Little, Too Late?
Why Twitter's announcement is a big deal for digital marketing.
Emoji are the new keywords: Twitter rolls out emoji targeting
Does the Homebase management read the Pull brand blogs? You would think so looking at their latest ad campaign launched this week. This is what we wrote in January about re-positioning Homebase.
On the money about Homebase
It’s that time of year again, the infamous release of the John Lewis Christmas Ad. Of course it wouldn’t be a JL Christmas ad without the usual tug of the heartstrings (our accounts team have already been in floods of tears this morning over it).
It's that time of year again...
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We've been looking into the most cost-effective ways of using Google Paid Search for online campaigns with some suprising results...
Number One on Google Paid Search?
Most people have heard of it, most people are members of at least one of them and at one time or another most people have posted something on them. What we are referring to is of course ‘social media’ and in particular the giant of them all ‘Facebook’. But do brands know how to make good use of it?
Facebook – Surely 30 million UK users can’t be wrong?
Multiple sources are reporting that Facebook is set to take over $1 billion in advertising revenue this year. The platform is a social revolution in it’s own right – maybe it deserves such fiscal wealth - but what does it mean for you and I?
Facebook Fine-tunes Ads for $1.2 Billion Revenue
“Stop your Pay Per Click advertising when you get to page one of Google”. Right or wrong? Well we have been repeating this received mantra since we have been in the business. It seems to make sense – why pay to get on to page one of a search engine when you’ve got there for free?
Paid Search results beat Organic