From plastering a site with ads, to using ‘read more’ buttons as a poor way to measure engagement, we’re not treating our audiences with the respect they deserve. In my latest video, I discuss why we need to show our audiences more respect and how to do it.

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Gatwick Airport Parking came to us with a challenge: how can we increase bookings on mobile? After delving into the user experience on mobile and making some vital tweaks, we managed to increase bookings by 21%! Here’s how we did it…

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As a platform AdWords is always developing, most visibly through the launch of different types of ad extensions. From long-time stalwarts like sitelinks to alphas and betas that may never see the light of day, there’s plenty on offer. This post looks at one newer extension available to advertisers: Price Extensions. Desktop Mobile Price Extensions have been around for a while, and were originally known as Table Extensions. Initially a mobile format, they allow advertisers to call out specific products…

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67% of CEOs say that digital transformation is going to be a core part of their business strategy for 2017. In this video, I offer a rough guide to what digital transformation is and why it is so important.

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Black Friday is one of the most important days of the year for any retailer, so when IDG came to us for help in maximising their online traffic on that day, we worked across several teams to help them achieve their goal. Find out how in my video below.

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Visual search is becoming more and more influential as far as ecommerce consumers are concerned. Have you explored the possibilities of using platforms like Pinterest in your digital marketing strategies? Allow me to explain why you should be, if you’re not.

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Why is motivation important within the conversion funnel, and how can you increase it? In this video, I run through some of the factors you can employ to maximise motivation levels and improve conversions.

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Advertisers have been funding terror groups such as ISIS and this has led to a furious debate in which Google’s YouTube has taken the majority of the blame. Publishers, such as The Times and theguardian, have been quick to pounce on Google. This is fair in part, however publishers have also chosen to specifically attack Google because it suits public opinion (think of the recent tax issues) and because Google’s business epitomises the model that has eroded their revenues. But…

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