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Pokémon Go is here and it’s fantastic news for local businesses. Here’s how to use it to drive customers to your premises.
Thanks to Google’s YouTube, you no longer have an excuse for not producing videos to promote your business.
This should quite rightly be a scary prospect for businesses that rely on Facebook for traffic, referrals, sales and enquiries because what it means, in a nutshell, is that the already appalling organic reach for Pages is about to get even worse.
In the last week or two Instagram has announced two major changes that make it a lot like Facebook – and that should have businesses who use the platform to market themselves and their products very worried indeed. The changes also throw up some very important questions for businesses to answer. But first, the changes. […]
Opportunity knocks for the savvy advertiser with newly announced changes to Google ad formats.
The changes Twitter are REALLY making to your character count (and a couple of extras too!).