By Greenlight | 28 April 2014 |
This week's BlogWatch looks at the differing degrees of Google's Penguin algorithm, Twitter's new layout and Google's plans to start blocking search query data.
By Greenlight | 28 February 2014 |
Doodling Is Productive, Google Glass & Search, Linking to Free Content Is Legal & - These are just some of the recent headlines that our SEO, PPC and Outreach folk deem to be worth a read, summary and a share.
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!
By Hannah Kimuyu | 31 January 2014 |
At Greenlight, we believe audience targeting is set to be one of the biggest trends for 2014. Audience targeting reduces the speculative costs of advertising and allows you to invest directly into the right customer segments, advocates, engagers and friends of fans.
By Greenlight | 29 January 2014 |
Welcome to Greenlight’s weekly dose of Blog Watch! It’s that time when we share those headlines and insights that have caught our eye. Enjoy!
By Hannah Kimuyu | 19 December 2013 |
5 months since Enhanced Campaigns (EC) went live, I find myself eating my own words with the process not actually being that painful and some incredibly exciting new targeting features to match. EC in fact, has turned the Search world on its head, making us think beyond the keyword and instead, about the person behind it. This will see audience targeting become one of the biggest trends for 2014.
By Victoria Galloway | 15 October 2013 |
Here at Greenlight we all love blogs and blogging but to what extent do the rest of the world? Well, you’ll be pleased to know they are of the same opinion – so it’s not just us! Instead of rooting around for something content based to talk about I thought I’d wow you all with some blogging facts and then look into exactly why people blog. What draws us to blogging, what do we think we’ll get out of it and who do we think, or hope, is reading?