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Anna has worked across digital, marketing and comms for 23 years. She has worked in 20 sectors with over 60 brands. Her experience is in both B2B and B2C businesses, from start-ups to international businesses. She advises businesses on marketing and has a passion for cost-effective, community building approach. Anna loves gadgets and has owned an mp3 player since the very first one was mass-produced in 1998 (it only held 8 songs!).

How Can AI Affect Your Digital Marketing Campaigns?

AI can have a great effect in your marketing as it can process a lot of information very quickly, spot patterns, and solve problems. This comes in very useful in marketing where we can use AI to understand our complex human audiences and help serve them the right content. Did you know you’re probably using […]


How To Start A Business Podcast

Although it may seem like every business created a podcast during the COVID-19 lockdown, they are still surprisingly rare. Podcasts that continued past the first few episodes are even rarer! There are only around 2 million podcasts worldwide and it’s estimated only half of those are still active. Considering there are over 200 million companies worldwide, you’ll […]


What is Off-Page SEO?

There are three significant streams of SEO – Off-Page SEO, On-Page SEO and Technical SEO. In my previous blogs, I’ve walked readers through weaving Technical SEO into the website foundations and considering On-Page SEO when writing content. In this article I’m looking at Off-Page SEO – the optimisation you do outside of your website. Off-Page […]



What is On-Page SEO?

For a website to be effectively optimised for search engines, you need to consider the three types of SEO – On-Page SEO, Technical SEO, and Off-Page SEO. Combined, they help give you the best chance of ranking well in the search engines. In a previous article, I walked readers through Technical SEO which should be […]


Can SEO Keywords Be Phrases?

The answer is a resounding “yes”! Phrases (or sentences) are great for both SEO and PPC. In the past, optimising your website content for search engines meant focusing on simple keywords or combinations of words, such as “lawyer”, “jewellery”, “lighting shop”, “Xbox console”, etc. These simple keywords still have a place in search, but as […]


Ok Google, How Do I Optimise My Website for Voice Searches?

Google, Siri, Alexa. All are well-known voice search devices that have gained popularity in recent years. But that doesn’t mean that all websites are optimised for voice searches. In 2013 Google launched the Hummingbird update, which changed the way searches worked. The focus shifted to semantic searches that improved accuracy by understanding the contextual meaning […]


7 Website Design Trends You Don’t Want To Miss Out On

Design evolves constantly. New trends emerge, new features appear, and new styles catch our eyes. But when was the last time you reviewed your website design? The design of your website is key to engaging and retaining visitors, making a seamless, easy experience. The look and feel of your site is often something that was […]


PPC For Beginners

Let’s begin this guide with what PPC really means and how it works. Pay-per-click (PPC) is a method of advertising your business online by paying for your advert every time someone clicks on it. It is one of the simplest forms of paid advertising due to how easy it is to track visits to your […]


What SEO to Use When Building a Website

Search engine optimisation (SEO) is a technique that allows search engines to understand your website content. By implementing best-practice SEO across your site your content will have a better chance of ranking well in relevant search engine results. There are several subsets of SEO: Technical SEO On-Page SEO Off-Page SEO In this article, I’m going […]


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