May 14, 2015
If there’s one thing we can be sure about, it’s that the pace of change in the IT industry and, in particular, the Internet, isn’t going to slow down soon. If you can remember a few years back when Apple released the iPhone, it was entering a marketplace that everyone thought was already completely saturated.
March 24, 2015
While most B2C consumer-oriented companies have come round to the importance of providing a good user experience on phones and tablets, the B2B technology and engineering sectors have been a little slower. This is partly because many of businesses are yet to consider mobile when developing their websites. It is also down to assumptions that,
March 13, 2015
February 2, 2015
I recently had the honour and privilege of going back to Cranfield University and presenting a keynote lecture to the Strategic Marketing MSc students. One reason why this was so special for me was that only a few years ago I was an MBA student at Cranfield and since then it had been one of
December 11, 2014
October 31, 2014
It’s become quite the thing these days to spread fear and loathing about Google’s impending updates to its algorithm. For a few years now the SEO world has been running scared as they try to work out whether what they’ve been doing is “good” or “bad” in the eyes of the world’s largest search engine.
October 23, 2014
93% of all B2B sales start with a web search, and this has led millions of companies to engage in search engine marketing (SEM) activities. Companies invest fortunes in search engine optimisation (SEO) and pay-per-click (PPC) advertising so that links to their website pages are ranked as highly as possible in search engines such as
September 10, 2014
In April 2012 the SEO world was rocked by one of the biggest and most devastating updates in Google’s history of algorithmic changes. It ushered in a whole new SEO paradigm but some feared it could make things very tricky for website owners. Have those fears now come true? The question of course was
September 2, 2014
It’s very rare that you get an admission from Google that any one thing will affect your search engine rankings positively. Usually the company’s advice is along the lines of “just do some really good stuff and y’know, we’ll see”. Of course, for SEO companies this is problematic because they say they help you increase