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The past couple of months have presented a number of challenges for many of us, most of which we never expected to arise. Fortunately, in a state of panic, your marketing efforts can help to keep your business firmly on the ground. Whilst a number of countries have already hit their Coronavirus peak some, such as the UK, are only starting to experience the full extent of the outbreak. At a time of uncertainty, one thing that you can remain certain about is that maintaining your marketing efforts will help to keep your business moving. We’ve already revealed 10 tips to help your online

Social media is changing all the time from the content that we share, to the ways that we pitch new products to our audiences online. With more and more companies going ahead against one another to compete for advertising space and the chance to cut through the noise. Whether you’re a high-end fashion brand, an independent coffee shop or an insurance provider, you can make the social media sphere work for your business. We’re exploring the changing position of social media in 2020, below. Here at Absolute Digital Media, we’re keen to make sure that our clients social media campaigns continuously perform beyond expectation.

When it comes to measuring your social media marketing performance, many people automatically think of the number of likes they got on a post or more people commented on this specific post, so it must be good, right? Wrong. There’s so much more to measuring your social media marketing performance than the basic metrics that are available to anyone at any time. We’re taking a closer look, below! As a full-service digital marketing agency, Social Media is just one of the number of marketing services that we provide. For more information about the management of your Facebook page, Twitter account, Instagram page or YouTube

It’s no secret that the TikTok app has grown in popularity over the past couple of years. In fact, since 2017 the number of users had grown to 3.9 million before quickly reaching 6.8 million in June 2018. Just 3 months later, the number of unique visitors had surpassed 7.5 million which is more than double the previous year! Despite this, several brands are still questioning how they can utilise the app and make the most of the available 15-second video reels. At Absolute Digital Media, we’re well versed within the world of social media, helping clients to achieve results on popular social media

Social media is changing, all the time in fact. Each day, another update is rolled out with the aim of proving each network whether it be its interface or something a little more hidden behind the scenes. We saw numerous updates take place throughout 2019 including when LinkedIn added new Interest Targeting options for its ad campaigns, Instagram added the option to “Link to” Stories and Facebook announced its cryptocurrency project (which is set to launch in June this year). But, how are some of our favourite social media platforms set to change in 2020? At Absolute Digital Media, we have the in-house expertise

Social media is constantly changing, not least the ways users are interacting with the content that businesses share, but also how the platforms are adapting their algorithms and features to keep up with the latest trends. Over the past 365 days, we have seen the likes of Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn and more change their ways to accommodate user needs and compete against one another in such a competitive digital world. We’re taking a closer look at some of the biggest social media updates of 2019 below. Tables Of Contents January February March April May July August September November December January LinkedIn Added

As digital marketing specialists, we’re always keeping our ears and eyes open for insights from other industry professionals. More recently, we were invited to Facebook’s Holiday Bootcamp which took place in London, followed by the opportunity to travel down to Portsmouth to attend one of many Google Digital Garage events. Read more on what the team learnt, below! Holiday Marketing Insights With Facebook Earlier this month, Facebook announced that it would be opening its doors for the Boost with Facebook Holiday Bootcamp, an event designed to support the 140 million businesses using its family of apps each month. With the all-important holiday shopping season approaching, Facebook

21 years ago today, a search engine was founded by two students called Larry Page and Sergey Brin. That search engine is in fact Google, which is now the worlds most popular search engine, ranking above the likes of Bing, Baidu and even Yahoo! To celebrate Google’s 21st Birthday, we’ve compiled our favourite 21 Google Doodles: What Are Google Doodles? As described by the search engine itself, “Doodles are the fun, surprising, and sometimes spontaneous changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists, pioneers, and scientists.” More than 4,000 unique Doodles have been created since 1998, with a

With Facebook organic reach in decline, falling from 4% to 2% in the last year, an increasingly number of businesses are turning to paid social media, using Facebook’s Business Manager to better target their audiences and capture those all-important leads. But, how do you capture those “leads”? Ensuring that your Facebook ad copy is up to scratch is the best way to ensure that your campaign is success, and our experts understand the ins and outs of the platform to ensure that your ad remains engaging without taking up too much of the word count. Table Of Contents: The Importance Of Testing Your Facebook Ads

Last week we revealed our very own unique BrightonSEO itinerary featuring speakers including Carrie Rose, Roxana Stingu, Serena Pearson, Greg Gifford and Jake Potter and on Friday 13th September the team travelled to Brighton to attend the twice-yearly search marketing conference. Before the conference kicked off, the team took part in pre-conference a Beach Clean in collaboration with Brighton & Hove chapter of Surfers Against Sewage to help promote #PlasticFreeCoastlines. After an hour walking along Brighton’s coastline collecting any litter in sight, the team headed into the conference which was held at the Brighton Centre alongside 4,000 other attendees. Here’s how it went down: 10am Technical Don’t F-Up

It’s rare that you’ll scroll through any social media platform today and won’t see some kind of meme or gif. In fact, with most users only reading around 28% of the text they see online, the use of visual content has become a staple in the world of digital marketing and gifs and memes seem to be the way to go. On Twitter alone, tweets with gifs generate around 55% more engagement overall, showing just how powerful a well-chosen gif can be. While only 3.6% of marketers used gifs and memes in their marketing last year, brands that can get it right can see

Facebook is no stranger to updates. Every year, we see countless new additions to our news feeds and while not every Facebook product is successful, there are a number that are still live today. From changes in the algorithm to features that enrich our scrolling experience, Facebook has certainly shown no sign of slowing down. With over 2.41billion monthly active users currently, up from 2.38 just in Q1 of this year, it’s clear that this social media giant is a force to be reckoned with. Their most recent user-focused update comes in the form of a format change. We’ve spoken to our social media

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