By Andreas Pouros | 11 April 2016 |
Twitter recently celebrated its 10th anniversary – that might not sound that old to you and I, but in marketing and technology terms, reaching ten is momentous. Looking back over those ten years, many social and technology innovations have come and gone, take BlackBerry or Google Glass as just a couple of examples. However, as Twitter reaches this milestone, many are questioning the social network’s relevancy today and, most importantly, its future.
By India Johnson | 14 May 2015 |
As I trundled up to the quaint little library in my old primary school to vote in the General Election of 2015, I was hit with two thoughts in quick succession of each other: 1. This place really hasn’t changed a bit, I can’t believe I used to play on those very swings. 2. I can’t believe that in all this time the way in which we vote remains as unchanged as the faded basketball marks on the concrete playground before me.
By Greenlight | 13 May 2015 |
Liberty, the iconic London department store, has selected Greenlight Digital, the digital growth agency, to help the fashion and lifestyle specialist grow its digital presence online and in-store.
By Greenlight | 06 June 2014 |
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By Greenlight | 10 February 2014 |
Here it is. Another dose of Greenlight's weekly Blog Watch - the stuff that's got our eyes caught! If you’re not on the floor in a crumpled heap of knowledge after these then you didn’t read carefully enough!
Integrated search and digital strategies a MUST in a competitive multi-channel and multi-device marketplace
By Paul Byrne | 15 July 2013 |
A fully Integrated digital search strategy is a difficult thing to achieve but is a must for all digital marketers in a competitive multi-channel and multi-device marketplace. The siloed approach needs to change and needs to be driven from the top. C-level employees need to realise that to deliver an integrated strategy, all departments need to be aligned to work towards the business’s goals. To really embrace it, a business needs to be ambitious and courageous.
By Victoria Galloway | 12 July 2013 |
Content marketing signals a new way of presenting content, not a totally new way of writing, video capturing or researching. We are now acting as storytellers. The new approach to content demands, by its very nature, that we aim high, positioning our brands within the proximity of those who can continue the story for us in a way in which Google favours – through journalists and influencers.