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Posted On 27 February, 2024 by Tom Perks

How Google’s Cookie Update Will Affect You

Google

Every year, companies are finding it more challenging to track their website data due to the increasingly strict privacy rules enforced by conglomerates such as Google and Apple. For example, we have seen Apple make significant changes to iOS over multiple updates that limit third-party cookie tracking through Safari and provide users with the ability … Continued

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Posted On 07 February, 2024 by Tom Perks

Getting your E-commerce Website Ready for Valentine’s Day

Web Design

As the calendar flips to February, love is in the air, and Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. For many, this holiday is a time for expressing affection for loved ones through thoughtful gestures and gifts. But for those running an e-commerce website, it’s a golden opportunity to boost sales and attract new customers. … Continued

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Posted On 02 February, 2024 by Tom Perks

5 Design Elements That Can Help Increase Your Website Conversions

Web Design

In the digital landscape, your website is often the first point of contact potential customers have with your brand. But it takes more than a pretty homepage to convert visitors into loyal customers. It’s about creating a user-friendly experience that attracts and convinces your audience to take action. That’s where design elements come into play. … Continued

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Posted On 16 January, 2024 by Hannah Jones

The Top Digital Marketing Trends To Look Out For In 2024

Digital Tips & Insights

The field of digital marketing has been expanding rapidly since its inception. With the emergence of new tools and technologies every day, coupled with the ever-changing search patterns, new trends are constantly emerging. As marketers, it is important to keep up with these fast-paced developments. Therefore, here are some of the digital marketing trends of … Continued

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Posted On 11 January, 2024 by Tom Perks

Google & Yahoo’s Anti-Spam Email Update

Email Marketing

In February 2024, Google and Yahoo are set to change their approach towards bulk email senders. In their next anti-spam email update, both Gmail and Yahoo Mail will monitor and take action against any domain dispatching more than 5,000 emails a day. According to industry experts, this move could significantly impact various businesses that rely … Continued

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