Google have recently announced a new development that means it’s more important than ever to have a responsive website that looks good on mobile. It’s called their ‘mobile-first index’. Which probably means nothing to you, but fear not! Allow us to explain...
Attracting new visitors to your website isn’t the only strategy. Add a Facebook Pixel to your site and you can advertise to people who have either visited the site as a whole or gone to one section of it. This helps turn visitors into customers and ensures you’re maximising sales.
We will be outlining lots of hints, tips, and practical advice on the best ways to use digital marketing to benefit your business.
September has been a volatile month for rankings, and Google has recently confirmed why - a change in its algorithm known as Penguin 4.
We were proud to be nominated in the Creative: Best Ad or Campaign category amongst some stiff competition including campaigns for Emirates, GCHQ and Byron Burger.
When you make an annotation in Google Analytics, you’re making a mark on the graph as a reminder of something that could affect the results. This could be the launch of a new website design, an emailer going out or the date you got a mention on TV.
Congratulations to Sherridan and Gavin for completing the North West Tough Mudder.
The pair completed the 12 mile course last Saturday and faced over 20 obstacles, including the cage crawl, electroshock therapy, the liberator and a whole lot of mud.
A massive well done to both, enjoy your shower!
The good news continues for Clear, with our second award nomination of the month! We are delighted to be shortlisted in the 'CREATIVE: Online ad or campaign' category for our NHS Recruitment Campaign at The Drum Recruitment Business Awards.
The Drum Awards are now in their fourteenth year, celebrating great advertising campaigns within the creative industry focusing on recruitment.
We look forward to hearing the results later on this month!
The DEA awards celebrate the best of a rapidly growing industry and have been recognising Britain's finest online talent for over 12 consecutive years.
As mentioned by the incredibly knowledgeable Nick Wilsdon from Vodafone, Progressive Web Apps are a new technology, were your website can also become an app.
Instead of needing a website and a separate app, you can have a responsive site that does both. Users visit initially through their browser, where they can also download the app to their home screen to launch offline. You can even set the site to send push notifications to a smartphone or tablet as well.
Social media is a tricky thing to get right, there are multiple platforms, which all work differently to each other, you have to invest time and learn new skills, while constantly finding new ways of engaging your audience to build something worthwhile.