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What Is The GDPR?

What Is The GDPR?

Posted in Social Media by Promote on 14/08/2017 11:04:00

The internet of today is a very different place to how it was in years past; for example, social media. If your business is searching for a method of optimising their social media presence, consider a social media management or training service from Promote.

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8 Questions That You Should Ask An SEO Agency

8 Questions That You Should Ask An SEO Agency

Posted in Search Engine Optimisation by Promote on 08/08/2017 14:44:00

If you're searching for methods to increase your business's rankings in search engine results pages (SERPs), one good option is to hire a dedicated SEO agency to provide you with a professional search engine optimisation service .However, with lots of agencies to choose from, it can be difficult to find the digital marketing agency that's right for you. To give you a helping hand, here is a list of 8 questions that you should ask a SEO agency.

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Google’s Record Fine, Highlighting The Need For An SEO Agency

Google’s Record Fine, Highlighting The Need For An SEO Agency

Posted in Google News by Promote on 07/07/2017 10:47:00

In June 2017, the European Commission passed down a $2.7bn (£2.1bn) fine to Google for what they decreed was for the internet giant 'favouring their own content in its search results'. For an SEO agency, the case has made interesting reading and the ramifications should be interesting to learn once everything has come to pass.

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5 Ways To Make The Most of Expanded Text Ads

5 Ways To Make The Most of Expanded Text Ads

Posted in Pay Per Click (PPC) by Promote on 31/01/2017 16:59:00

Providing us with the next generation of text ads, expanded text ads are designed for a world wide web that is becoming increasingly mobile-friendly for both users and advertisers alike. Expanded text ads are able to give advertisers more control over what their messaging entails and users will be provided with more information before they click on the ad. Quite simply, they offer businesses a better way to get their message heard in a crowded internet marketplace.

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