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Merry Christmas from Econsultancy, see you in 2017!

Blog Post, 23rd December 2016

Well, Christmas is nearly upon us, and what a year it’s been. But it’s time to forget all the weirdness and sorrow, and prepare instead for a few days of merriment with our loved ones.

Econsultancy is looking for a new writer and social media executive

Blog Post, 10th November 2016

Here at Econsultancy we are on the look out for a new member of our editorial team. This person has to have two distinctive skill sets – the ability to write fluent, insightful blog posts, while also managing and growing our social media presence. ...

Merry Christmas from Econsultancy, see you in 2016!

Blog Post, 24th December 2015

It’s Christmas Eve, which means that our blog traffic will have reached the end of its death spiral as the last remaining stragglers finally leave the office and head off to see their loved...

Do you want to write for Econsultancy?

Blog Post, 15th April 2015

We've recently had a reshuffle in the content team, and now we're looking for a new writer for this blog. Are you interested?

11 useful tips for PRs approaching Econsultancy

Blog Post, 12th March 2015

We receive a lot of press releases and pitches from PRs on the content team. And, I'll be honest, 90% are ignored or deleted. There is simply too much noise and the shame is that the sheer volume...

20 banned words from the Econsultancy blog and their alternatives

Blog Post, 26th June 2015

This week you may have seen our list of banned words and phrases shared across Twitter. This list forms a part of the Econsultancy style guide, issued to all new writers in the office, along with a set of Econsultancy temporary tattoos and a nightstick. ...

10 Econsultancy blog posts that will make content writers more employable

Blog Post, 4th November 2015

Thankfully, some of the basics of digital marketing are easier than ever to understand (and implement). Here's a list of 10 Econsultancy blog posts that will help to shape your approach to applications, interviews and day one as a content writer. ...

Happy Christmas from Econsultancy, see you in 2015

Blog Post, 24th December 2014

As Econsultancy sets its out of office reply to ‘can’t talk, stuffing mince pies in my face’ all that’s left to do is publish one final missive before we disappear into a fog of sherry, then forget to use that Heston Blumenthal turkey brining kit we bought while a bit tipsy in Waitrose last night. ...

15 most insightful examples of Econsultancy research in 2015 (so far)

Blog Post, 7th July 2015

Our blog merely scratches the surface of what Econsultancy has to offer. If you scroll up and click on the ‘research’ tab you can access a whole world of comprehensive marketing and ecommerce research, providing all the information you will ever to need to help you achieve digital excellence. ...

What I’ve learnt from writing 333 blog posts on Econsultancy

Blog Post, 27th June 2014

It was the year Constantine withdrew from Britain and ceased work on Hadrian’s Wall. It’s also the number of Econsultancy blog posts I’ve written (this is post 334). So, I too have ceased work to share some things I’ve learned on the way. ...

10 interesting Econsultancy posts from August

Blog Post, 2nd September 2013

And, while I’m sure you enjoyed lounging at Club Med, there is some interesting Econsultancy content you have missed! Here is our top 10 posts of the month, from great comment threads to ‘sleepers’ that are too good to be missed. ...

Three key takeaways from the new Econsultancy Mobile Maturity Briefing

Blog Post, 20th May 2014

A few years ago businesses could be forgiven for their failure to react quickly enough to the massive shift to mobile technologies, as it was difficult to predict just how big an impact smartphones would have on the customer journey. However new research from Econsultancy and Adobe shows that even now many companies still haven’t implemented an effective mobile strategy. ...

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