Written by Martina

February 10, 2016

On September 12th, 2013 wrote on the subject of Industry News,Inspiration,Online Marketing.

Things I learned at ad:tech London… »

Today is the day that ad:tech came to town! Behind the glass doors at National Hall, Olympia lay a ┬ásmorgasbord of digital know-how; from online marketing guru’s to customer relationship management specialists and experts on mobile marketing. With seminars to the left, conferences above and pop-up stands everywhere else, people from far & wide scattered […]

On August 23rd, 2013 wrote on the subject of A/B Testing,Datadial,Email marketing,Usability.

Putting an end to creepy emails! »

Spend enough time wading through spam emails and you’ll be amazed at what you find. From dodgy salutations to cringe-worthy formatting, on a very slow day this makes for a good few minutes of entertainment. Here are some of the most ‘creepy’ elements of bad email-ship: Over personalisation Why it’s done & why it sucks: […]

On November 1st, 2012 wrote on the subject of Inspiration,Off Topic,Online Marketing.

4 things Movember can teach all businesses »

Image Source What is Movember? Movember (a combination of the terms Moustache and November), is an annual national incentive welcomed far and wide by┬ámo bro‘s (Movember brothers, I think) who help to raise awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer and other male cancer initiatives, by the growing of their moustaches. The idea was launched […]

On October 23rd, 2012 wrote on the subject of Inspiration,Internet Marketing.

30 ways to promote your blog posts [Infographic] »

Here at Datadial, we enjoy sharing the webs little gems when we stumble across them! Today is one of those days! ;-) Take a look at the helpful infographic below, that shares some tips for you fellow bloggers on how best to get the word our about your amazing blog. Feel free to share any […]

On October 17th, 2012 wrote on the subject of Datadial,Internet,Internet Marketing,Online Marketing,Pay Per Click.

Google adwords: Image search ads »

Topic in question: Google Adwords’ image search ads Are these new? Well yes and no. No technically, since they were originally launched at a Google Search event back in 2010, but to you – yes if you have never used them before, obviously. What are they? In short, they are ads that include images similar […]

On July 13th, 2012 wrote on the subject of Design,Design Ideas,E-commerce,Industry News,Internet,Off Topic,Usability.

When missing the boat leads to being forgotten… »

Image Source Online trading is a fast paced world. Whether it be in stock and shares, grants for start-ups or otherwise, there aren’t many examples to date that show the benefits of waiting around. Let’s look at some examples of once leading technologies, that have recently or notably had to resort to publicising selling shares, […]

On April 20th, 2012 wrote on the subject of Datadial,Industry News,SEO.

Over-optimisation: too much of a “good” thing? »

So, what’s the problem? Nothing, if you haven’t been massively over-zealous about how well optimised your website is. Being vigilant and up to date isn’t a problem, the issue Google is trying to fix relates to those link-fiends who have over-used their ‘white hat’ so much so, that is has turned a miserable shade of […]

On April 11th, 2012 wrote on the subject of Development,Industry News,Inspiration,Technology.

Three things the sale of Instagram can teach us about business… »

1. Less is more I could write you a list (but I wont) of the number of photo sharing applications, tools, add-ons and features the internet has to offer, that didn’t just sell for $1 billion dollars to Mark Zuckerberg. So what made Instagram so desirable? To answer that question, we must look at what […]