Vlogging for a better future
Influencer marketing and inbound marketing works, but brands are now also using Vlogging, cleverly as a way to give either brand or product a human voice that is rich in authenticity.
Do you know your AdWords Quality Score?
Many advertisers spend far too much on advertising per click because their AdWords account is poorly structured and doesn't focus enough on Quality Scores.
Novicell welcomes new Software Developer
We are happy to announce that Arkadiusz Biel has joined our office in London as a Software Developer.
How to seduce your web users with a tailor-made page
The design of a website is very important; the first impression that users receive of your website is crucial. When users enter a website, they take less than one second to form an opinion about the brand.
Should we re-design?
As with so many things, a website design is an ongoing process that needs maintaining. If you leave it or add more to it without thinking from the outside in, it becomes like a wardrobe you keep stuffing things into.
Latest news from Project Zambia
Here are the latest updates from Projekt Zambia, written by the project's volunteers.
The art of personalisation via email
Some say the marketing world is moving away from using emails in favor of messaging apps, rich text capabilities, social media and other mediums, but the main reason why people are losing motivation to open emails is because these messages are typically irrelevant to them.
Influencer marketing for beginners
How do you as a business alter your communication towards a more humanistic approach, using media channels that your potential customers use in their everyday lives?
Does your Sitecore platform need a Health Check?
With a Sitecore Health Check we help ensure that you're making the most of the platform's full potential. We run through your site and look at the challenges and opportunities you face. Then we tailor a programme suited to your company and any your needs and wishes you might have.
Safe migration: From Sharepoint to Sitecore
Back in 2015, Microsoft announced they were dropping the so-called public website from SharePoint Online and Office 365 platforms - a feature that allowed customers to build public-facing websites on top of SharePoint. For new customers, this change meant that the feature wasn’t available at all while existing customers would only be able to use it until March 2017.