Well at the end of 2012, an article in TechCrunch stated that nearly 3/5 of the population (58%) had a smartphone and nearly 1/5 had a tablet (19%). That equates to around 36.5 million people owning a smartphone and 12 million owning a tablet and these numbers are rising fast.
As mobiles and tablets become more popular and more integrated with our everyday lives, we are seeing a year on year increase in online advertising spend by…
UP Search Digital currently have an opening for a PHP Web Developer.
The applicant must have a keen interest in all things web related and be constantly refining their skills with new development techniques. The applicant must have a keen eye for detail, excellent communication skills, and be able to work confidently to deadlines.
- Clean, pragmatic development in PHP
- Be able to hand craft valid web mark-up (XHTML/HTML)
- CSS3 (with particular importance stressed on graceful degradation)
Beneficial but not essential knowledge:
- Knowledge of SEO
UP Search Digital are on the look out for a Junior SEO Engineer, working out of our HQ in the centre of Manchester you will have a passion for all things web and have at least 6 months – 1 year of experience within an online/digital marketing, SEO or at least a web based business environment.
Person Specific – you will:
- Have a high level of attention to detail.
- Have a good level of understanding of HTML and websites (Understanding of other web languages (example PHP or CMS technologies eg wordpress, magento, modx – a bonus).
- Be able
I was browsing Facebook last night . . as you do . . and something kept popping up on my news feed that had everyone talking and posting about it. That thing was The Great British Class Calculator which has been put together by the BBC.
Their idea behind the class test was that the old divisions of upper, middle and working were a bit out of date so they teamed up with sociologists from leading universities and looked at the classes of today and came up with 7 different classes that you could potentially fall into.
Twitter’s website: https://business.twitter.com – which is aimed at helping businesses to learn how to use and get the best out of Twitter – has undergone a makeover with lots more content now available to accompany it’s new look as well as a new video which you can watch below:
All the content is now easily categorised and caters to beginners to advanced business Twitter users as well as the large corporation to the small local business. Success stories and case studies are also available and well broken down, even categorised by size of company so you…
Maybe I’m a little behind with this and every man and his dog already knows about it so apologies if you do but if you don’t then like me, you’ll hopefully find this post really useful!
Finding images that are free to use for your business blog posts without the risk of getting a letter from a solicitor, can often be a difficult and time consuming task. Yea you’ve got sites like istock and shutterstock etc that give you the ability to buy the rights to the image you want to use on there but…
Do you have Google Analytics on your website? I bet you do! I think it’s safe to say that the majority of website owners use Google Analytics on their site – and why not? It’s free and provides a tremendous amount of priceless data that you can use to improve your marketing and deliver a better experience for your visitors.
Well Google Analytics just got a little bit better . . with the addition of 2 new reports, one of which I personally think could be really valuable and I’ll tell you why in just a moment.…
Learn how to really suck at Twitter and kill any chances of successful Twitter marketing you had. . or take these points and learn what NOT to do to improve your marketing – the choice is yours!
Want to really suck at using Twitter? Simply follow the steps below and your Twitter account will be turning people off like there’s no tomorrow!
How to Suck at Twitter – An infographic by the team at Boot Camp Digital Cincinnati Social Media Training
Summary Of Points
- Tweet very intense things all the
Google Unveils It’s Data Centres For The Very First Time
Google has always been very private and secretive about what goes on behind it’s (tightly) closed doors – and they still are – but for the first time ever in all it’s history, Google has pulled back the curtain to reveal an inside look into the eight (and counting) IMMENSE data centres that are home to . . well . . the internet!
These collossal buildings are home to an astounding network of super computers that handle all internet searches via it’s search engine, all Youtube searches, uploads,…
Everything nowadays is going digital and mobile. I mean what can’t you really do with your mobile phone now? You can even now pay for goods and services with it and I’d expect this to become more ingrained and the “norm” as soon as more businesses start to accept and promote it.
Have you heard of BitCoin? You will do in the next few years! . . Today, not that many people have to be honest but it is proving to be a digital revolution. It is basically a real currency that is entirely digital and is NOT…