Whether it’s predicting travel trends, detecting problems or increasing loyalty with hyper-personalisation, AI is already hugely impacting travel marketing.
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First announced in July 2018, Google Signals is the name given to the Google product that enables cross-device reporting and remarketing. Enabling Google Signals allows you to take advantage of new and improved advertising and reporting features across different devices.
Great sporting acheivements by some of the Vertical Leap boys, completing half marathons, triathlons and Tough Mudder in the pouring down rain.
A look at three impressive cases of hyper-personalisation from Amazon, Stitch Fix and Starbucks that add genuine value and keep people coming back for more.
A very quick guide on how to add your social profiles to your Knowledge Panel, helping you increase brand awareness, instil trust and generate more leads.
In this article, we define what quality content means in modern SEO – something many brands still struggle to clarify. Then we look at how you can check the quality of content before you publish it.
Lots of fantastic, practical tips and insights from Greg Gifford’s talk at Learn Inbound on how to increase your visibility in local SEO.
What we chatted about in our Sept mental wellbeing session, including the NHS self-referral scheme, imposter syndrome, self-confidence, CBD oil and burnout.
Five warning signs that suggest your website is in need of a redesign – and how you can determine specific problems that need fixing.
Free seminar in partnership with Barclays and Southampton City Council to help SMEs overcome their biggest SEO challenges and gain a competitive edge.
Useful reminder of the Google Panda algorithm, the role it plays in 2019 and its relevancy to Google’s latest E-A-T guidelines for assessing content quality.
Some clever uses of AI in travel to help you better target travel habits, segment your audiences and predict user journeys with more accuracy.
Local SEO is a craft of its own – if you want your business to appear at the top of Google every time someone searches for your location and industry, you need to master it.
An overview of Google’s Knowledge Graph and tips on how to optimise for it to get your brand appearing in the search engine results.
In part 2 of our guide to sharing on social, we’re looking at the next step of sharing on social once you’ve decided on your content – when you should be sharing it.