Increasing organic traffic, the UX & UI difference, and media consumption motivations: Coffee Break 21-07-17

Happy Friday! This week we’re giving you inside advice on websites—from how to increase your website’s organic traffic, to translating what UX & UI actually mean. Lastly, we’re rounding up with the four main motivations for online media consumption to help you get those conversions.    

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How many CTAs is too many, quality over quantity in content, and the medium is the message

Happy Friday! This week we’re asking how many CTAs are too many CTAs, whether it’s better to favour quality over quantity in content, and what impact the medium you use to deliver your content could be having on your messaging.

 

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Emoji search results 🔍 , inbound marketing and consumer powered marketing: Coffee Break 10-03-17

Here’s our roundup of what we’ve been talking about this week, including Google’s u turn on allowing emojis in search results, how to get the best out of inbound marketing, and why you should be encouraging your consumers to talk to each other about your product.

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DuckDuckGo, new ways of engaging with your audience, and sonic branding: Coffee Break 20-01-17

Here’s our roundup of what we’ve been talking about this week, including DuckDuckGo’s growing popularity, new ways of engaging with your audience, and why your brand could benefit from an earworm.

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Periscope Series 2: 10 ways to use Periscope to promote your business and bond with your audience

So you have heard all about Periscope but you are not sure how to use it to benefit your business. This post aims to give you some ideas on how to use it to engage and build your audience. Don’t worry, I’m here to help. If you haven’t heard all about Periscope you can read my previous post ‘Periscope: a starter guide for businesses’.

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