Author: Nikki Gilliland

Nikki Gilliland

Why apathy towards apps is rising (and how to combat it)

People just aren’t that bothered about apps any more.

Or at least, that’s what recent research suggests. 

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Influencer marketing & measurement: Three things to consider

The cost of influencer or talent-led marketing has increased in the past few years.

Research suggests influencers with three to seven million followers on Instagram can easily charge $75,000 for a single post.

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The best GDPR stats & surveys we've seen

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you’ll know that GDPR comes into force this Friday 25th May.

You might have also noticed that we’ve been heavily covering it here on the blog, with articles ranging from the role of copywriters to brands displaying UX best practice. 

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How Virgin Holidays is using AI to improve email marketing ROI

Tone of voice is key for a brand like Virgin Holidays, especially when it comes to grabbing the attention of email subscribers.

Previously, the company has relied on copywriters to encapsulate its quirky and adventurous attitude. 

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The best digital marketing stats we’ve seen this week

We’ve got a great round-up of stats to see you into the weekend.

It includes news about the power of Instagram, missed email opportunities, luxury adspend, and everyone’s favourite royal couple. Check out the Internet Statistics Compendium for more, and enjoy.

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How do tourism boards entice different travellers with one marketing campaign?

It’s difficult to sum up or sell a destination. 

More often than not, places mean different things to different people, holding appeal based on personal preferences or interests.

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The best digital marketing stats we’ve seen this week

Get ready for a stellar roundup of digital marketing stats, including news about brand visibility, backlinks, sponsored content, and much more.

If that’s not enough, try delving into the Internet Statistics Compendium, as it’s packed full of further facts and figures.

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Three ways energy & utility companies are innovating in marketing

The energy and utilities sector is shifting away from its old ‘call centre’ culture. 

This is largely due to the adoption of new technology within the industry, plus a new wave of challenger brands using it to drive operations.

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Nine less-obvious brands offering great customer experiences

What makes a great customer experience? 

In many ways, this might depend on what you (the customer) value the most in a brand. Personalised emails or speedy social replies, for example. Or perhaps superb digital content. 

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Will American Apparel rediscover success with relaunch?

Back in 2016, US retailer American Apparel filed for its second bankruptcy deal in two years. It marked the end of a tumultuous run for the brand – one marred by controversy over sexually-charged campaigns and rumoured corruption.

Fast forward 18 months, and the retailer is back with a new owner and a brand-new identity. Well, sort of… 

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The best digital marketing stats we’ve seen this week

Get ready for a splendid round-up of stats.

This week’s includes news about data privacy, product pages, voice assistants and much more. And don’t forget to check out the Internet Statistics Compendium for more.

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Will Facebook feel the love again with new dating service?

Speaking at Facebook’s annual F8 conference this week, Mark Zuckerberg announced that the company is building a ‘clear history’ tool to give users greater control over how their data is used.

In light of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, this is perhaps unsurprising, and a blatant effort to restore confidence and trust in users.

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