Articles by Andreas Pouros
Andreas has spent the last fourteen years building, managing, and mentoring digital businesses to success. He is co-founder and COO of Greenlight Digital, which has been regularly ranked in the Sunday Times Tech Track 100 Fastest Growing Companies and in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50. Andreas and his teams have driven over £15 billion worth of incremental value to their clients, including the likes of Hiscox, HSBC, The BBC, Legal & General, Sky, and a further 50 FTSE250 clients, utilising market defining knowledge and experience in branding, design, web development, SEO, Paid Search, Social Media, and marketing technology.
A highly respected and highly experienced digital marketing expert and innovator, he was entered into the Who's Who of Britain's Business Elite in 2009, and his views and opinions have been quoted by publications such as The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, Internet Retailer, CIO, Fox, MSN, eWeek, MediaPost, and is a regular contributor to eConsultancy.
Andreas has also sat on the Advisory Board of FF&P Private Equity for the last four years, applying his knowledge and experience in digital marketing and technology to the management of a multi-million pound fund.
By Andreas Pouros | 09 June 2015 |
Find out the varying search engine market shares in key territories such as China, the USA and the UK.
By Andreas Pouros | 11 December 2014 |
To make shopping truly personal, retailers must treat consumers as individuals, not members of a macro group. They must develop an understanding of shoppers beyond the broad buckets of gender, country, age and purchase history.
By Andreas Pouros | 10 November 2014 |
It’s seven weeks until the big day and the mobile Grinch is in town. Research this week showed that 91% of people will switch to a competitor’s website if they receive a poor mobile experience. Read on to find out more from our COO, Andreas.
By Andreas Pouros | 06 October 2014 |
Every 1.6 seconds a new Internet user is added to the Chinese Internet population – which now stands at 618 million users. They are spending more and more time online – from 18.7 hours per week to 20.5 hours in the last 12 months alone. However, there are fundamental differences – Political, Economic, Social, and Technological – that make digital consumers in China and those in the West markedly different
By Andreas Pouros | 18 September 2014 |
Wearable technology is not new. As far back as 1810, Breguet made something called a 'pocket watch' for Caroline Murat, the Queen of Naples. In the last few years, however, we have observed a solid change of pace, largely as a result of a maturing Internet, the miniaturisation of technology that has made smart devices a feasible size to wear and firms like Google leading from the front.
The World Wide Web is a quarter of century old this month – but what might life be like had it not been invented?
By Andreas Pouros | 10 March 2014 |
March marks a quarter of a century since the genesis of the World Wide Web’s conversion from an idea on paper to what it is today, the fastest-growing communication medium of all times. But what might life be like had it not been invented?
By Andreas Pouros | 09 October 2013 |
Search engine spiders cannot scroll to the bottom of a page like an ordinary user, trigger the request for more content, and then wait to retrieve it for indexation. Hence content only accessible via infinite scroll simply won’t be seen and therefore won’t make it into the respective search engine results listings.