The Carphone Warehouse brand is set to vanish from the high street after Dixons Carphone changes the name of all its shops to Currys.
According to the latest statistics, the average business spends between 5 – 12% of their annual turnover on marketing.
Twitter has launched a new “tip jar” feature which will allow people to send money to others on the site.
Facebook has warned advertisers that it may not be able to accurately measure the success of their adverts due a privacy clampdown by Apple in iPhone software.
Dulux has apologised after making fun of Tottenham Hotspur – immediately after being signed as their new sponsor.
In an ever-changing landscape, marketers and digital businesses alike are forced to adapt with the times as new opportunities arise and existing strategies become redundant.
For many, it remains unclear what needs to happen to successfully address the selling challenges brought on by Covid-19.
Small business owners have a lot to do already. It’s hard to make time for market research as well, especially when you first have to learn how to do it.
Marketing using visuals, such as banners, posters, smart TVs, and other forms of digital displays, as well as your website, are vital ingredients in the success of your campaign.