Vero – True Social: a closer look at the hyped-up network

Where has this Vero – True Social suddenly come from? The social network has been experiencing a remarkable hype since the beginning of the year....

How to delete your Facebook account: a step-by-step guide

Recent scandals with Facebook’s data protection policies have left many users feeling betrayed by the social networking giant, which has been facing...

Selling online: the top English-speaking online marketplaces

You want to sell online – but where? If you don’t want to be entirely responsible for your own online shop, then you should offer your products on...

Gender marketing

What makes men and women tick? As we know, it’s not always the same thing. Advertisers have long been aware of this fact, and over the years, gender...

The best WhatsApp alternatives

Invitations to dinner parties; updates about work; an away day with your Sunday football team: if you’re not using WhatsApp, you run the risk of...

Tag management: basics & systems

What’s important here is: data, data, data. Big data is no longer a buzzword and web analysis has become one of the most important disciplines in the context of marketing. After all, you can’t optimise your website and increase your conversion rate if you don’t understand the user by closely tracking their activities. A basic requirement of web analysis is to collect user information using...

Statistic problems and other obstacles with A/B testing

Website usability tests are a common method of optimising your web project. A/B testing is especially popular and this method consists of comparing two variants of a page with each other. However, actually implementing and analysing one of these tests isn’t easy, even with powerful tools. Statistic problems and poor decisions quickly lead to you defeating the purpose of the optimisation.

Behavioural targeting: tailored advertising on the internet

In the world of advertising, behavioural targeting is the method used by advertisers to record surfing behaviour of potential customers, with the aim of categorising visitors into key demographic groups. Website owners can create profiles based on users’ interests, preferences, and motives. This information determines the ad campaigns presented to the user, simultaneously reducing scattering loss...

How to make money blogging

So you want to turn your hobby into a profitable source of income? Many dream of being able to make money with their blog. This doesn’t just happen overnight: a lot of work and patience must be invested. You first need to acquire readers before you can even start to think about options like banner advertising and sponsored posts. What do you need to get a commercial blog up and running? And which...

The most popular alternatives to Google

Numerous companies and nonprofit organisations offer web search services beyond the Google algorithm. The competition is usually stuck with an outsider status but they also present interesting approaches and innovative business models that don’t necessarily rely on the advertising industry. The trend toward anonymous web searches is also starting to appeal to more and more users, meaning that...

Information overload in the era of mass media

Every day we are bombarded with adverts and messages loaded with all sorts of information. And there are those that argue that globalisation has meant that the market has become saturated with products. Many consumers feel overwhelmed by the sheer amount of information. This so-called information overload means that consumers take in hardly any adverts anymore. Here you can find out exactly what...

Video marketing – Content marketing 2.0

Online video marketing is an increasingly popular form of advertising, which can be easily integrated into social media channels. This article explains what you need to consider in order to enrich your campaign with video marketing. These helpful tips for video marketing on the five most popular social media platforms will help you to decide which strategy is best for you.

Snapchat in social media marketing: tips and examples for companies

Social media marketing through Snapchat is something that many companies find challenging. Using the platform for advertising is in many ways quite different compared to other social media campaigns; e.g. on Facebook or Twitter. Successfully implementing a Snapchat campaign requires a comprehensive understanding of the range of functions of the app and as well as its users. We provide some...

Gender marketing

What makes men and women tick? As we know, it’s not always the same thing. Advertisers have long been aware of this fact, and over the years, gender marketing has become a central aspect of the image of many businesses. But how should we understand the term, ‘gender marketing’ and how does it work in practice? In this guide, we demonstrate how entrepreneurs and advertisers can benefit from using...

How does content curation work?

“Content is King.” The content marketing battle cry is still relevant. However, for a few years now, there has been a slight shift: further back in the past there was nothing but self-developed contributions, today you also have to rely on distributing external content. Content curation has brought about a contemporary form of online marketing, oriented on social media and traditional cultural...