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Recruitment: How technology is changing the way agencies work

Thanks to the success of LinkedIn and online job sites, the majority of the recruitment industry is going online. In fact, according to Glassdoor, 79% of people will now use social media in their job search. Along with social media, mobile is also becoming a preferred channel for job seekers. The fact you can search […]

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Four Tools Marketers Can’t Live Without

Given the ever evolving nature of their industry, it’s no surprise to find that marketing professionals are busier than ever. Staying on top of trends, juggling projects and working to tight deadlines is a never ending battle. Savvy businesses and developers recognise this, spending their time working on new tools to help ease the pressure […]

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Five big marketing predictions for 2016

  It’s that time of year when the big marketing gurus unpack their crystal balls and share with the world their predictions for the 12 months ahead. We’ve saved you the trouble of having to scour the web to find them and pulled together some of the top things experts say will have a significant […]

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The impact of mobile on digital marketing in 2015

Back in 2014, businesses began to realise that a mobile website was necessary to help improve usability for their growing number of mobile visitors. The hardy few who acted on this early soon began to reap the rewards. Then, in April this year, Google released an algorithm update that the digital community quickly labelled ‘Mobilegeddon’. […]

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