Online media, higher education, and automotive industries are slowly pulling away from Google Ads and moving to other marketing channels, according to new research.
LED mirrors, bathroom TVs, whirlpool baths and japanese toilet are the most searched for bathroom tech, according to new research.
Covid-19 outbreak: Google releases global location data to help health authorities monitor local behaviour
Google has publicly released a series of COVID-19 Community Mobility Maps, utilising location history data from users around the world to present insights into how people are moving around local communities.
Sometimes the customer isn’t always right, especially when it comes to leaving fake reviews. In a landmark ruling, an Australian court has granted a Melbourne dentist an order which forces tech giant Google to reveal the identification of an anonymous online reviewer.
Last year’s Rugby World Cup attracted fans from around the globe to visit host Japan, but how did they plan their trip, and what can travel operators learn from their behaviour. A new report takes a detailed look…
An unhappy user will leave a website within 10 – 20 seconds if left dissatisfied – one of the key factors that determines whether a user stays on a website is if they believe it’s trustworthy.
2019 was another big year for digital marketing, with the rise of TikTok, audio ads going mainstream and Google buying FitBit. This was the year that Uber went public, brands became activists and the world’s biggest game vanished down a black hole. As the digital decade comes to a close, we’ve identified 17 of the biggest trends of the year.
UK consumers are relying more on search when on the purchasing journey, with clicks on search up 20% in 2019 compared to 2018, according to new research.
Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are stepping down from their roles within parent company Alphabet.
There may be a predicted 12.6 million smart speaker users in the UK* and more than 100,000 Alexa skills launched since the Amazon Echo entered our homes five years ago, but Brits are seriously lacking in imagination when it comes to the tasks it requests of Alexa (and friends), according to new research by voice experts at a leading digital experience agency.
Google is expanding its Duplex service, moving “beyond voice” and coming to the web, letting users buy movie tickets with a few commands.
A third of small to medium size enterprises do not have a website to enable discovery, while 71% do not manage a search engine listing or map listing for their business, according to new research.
Yext has announced a new global integration with Nextdoor, a social network for neighbourhoods, to enable businesses using Yext to publish facts about themselves to their Nextdoor Business Pages.
Fashion RetailerPrettyLittleThing has appointed performance marketing agency, Journey Further, to provide strategic consultancy across its international PPC, programmatic and SEO channels.
Just 14% of geo-targeted adverts use high-quality signals as privacy regulations put pressure on location data, according to new research.
Natural and paid search ad campaigns work best when they complement each other, but how can marketers optimise the two practices? Asher Gordon, Head of Biddable Media at Tug explores the SEO vs PPC debate and explains why these tools are most effective when used together as part of an integrated digital marketing approach.
Google has bought fitness device maker Fitbit for $2.1bn (£1.6bn), but the tech giant is seeking to calm fears by insisting health data will not be used for Google ads.
The amount brands are spending on ecommerce ads has risen 115% year-on-year as Amazon advertising reaches new heights, according to new global research.
Yext has launched an AI-based search product for business websites – ‘Yext Answers’ to help brands answer customer questions with brand verified answers.
UK advertising spend will grow by 5% in 2019 to reach £24.74bn, according to the latest Advertising Association/Warc Expenditure Report.