The GDPR. It’s everywhere at the moment – how can it not be really, it’s the biggest shake up in data legislation that has happened for a long time. read more >>>
It’s that time of year again, when the mornings and evenings get that little bit lighter and the daffodils start to make an appearance. Those dark, cold winter days seem to be long gone, it is now time to embrace new beginnings and change. Talking of change, isn’t it time we dusted off the cobwebs and breathed some life into the data hiding inside our CRM systems? read more >>>
An awful lot is made of the amount companies should spend on Pay-Per-Click (PPC) advertising online, especially if they are ecommerce companies, with digital marketers needing to know what their AdWords spend is and how to increase their page rankings with the various search engines. This has in turn spawned a generation of experts in Search Engine Optimisation (SEO). read more >>>
We’ve all been there, waiting in all day for that delivery between 8am and 6pm it’s exciting isn’t it! You wait… and wait… and… That excitement is all of a sudden taken over by frustration because your item(s) still haven’t arrived. read more >>>
I don’t know who you are. I don’t know what you want. If you are looking for dull data blogs, I can tell you data is not boring, and what I do have are a very particular set of facts. Facts which we have gathered over a jam-packed work week. Facts which will change the way you think. If you read on now, that’ll be the end of it. I will not try to persuade you further, I will not say ‘I told you so’ when you’re marketing goes from strength to strength. But if you don’t, I will look for you, I will find you and I will convince you with more facts! read more >>>
It’s easy to pop the cork out of the champagne bottle and book an all-inclusive holiday to the Maldives when you have an incoming lead who wants to place a huge order for your product or service. All done and dusted, right?
Hating your data isn’t going to solve anything or help anyone. If it’s not working well for you then change it up. Detect the problem, solve it and you’ll be most appreciative of your data in no time.
So, what’s the problem?