Google’s Annual Ads Report – Fewer Bad Advertisers, But 59 Percent Increase On Ads Pulled

By |January 20th, 2014|

Keeping Google a place of order and free of scammers is an ongoing battle, and Google says last year it pulled more than 350 million bad ads from its systems – an increase of 59 percent from the 224 million it cleaned up in 2012. Google is, almost by definition, ever-expanding so these figures […]

Local Business? Here’s How to Harness Twitter’s New ‘Nearby’ Feature

By |January 14th, 2014|

Recently, Twitter has made a few headlines with the quiet launch of its new and shiny Nearby timeline. This allows eligible mobile users to look for and read tweets posted by other twitter users in their immediate vicinity, regardless of whether they are following them. The feature has been made available to a few users who […]

What Is Inbound Marketing?

By |August 1st, 2013|

Some people call what we do “inbound marketing” and the term is becoming more prevalent. The days of investing heavily in traditional media to passively get infront of your target audience are becoming a distant memory, the reason being there are more effective ways to gain customers through the rise of the internet.
What is […]