Category Datadial

December 6, 2016

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 April 18th, 2013 wrote on the subject of Datadial,Legal and Financial,Off Topic.

We’re Being Sued – For Linking To Shopzilla »

(image) If you like crime stories, you’ll love this. ‘True Crime: Hammersmith’ is the story of a deranged criminal organisation (Datadial) and the ensuing legal battle to stop it. Chapter 1. The Best Intentions. On August 17th, 2010; the world was rocked to its core when the Datadial blog posted an article titled ‘Increase Conversion […]

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 10th, 2012 wrote on the subject of Datadial,Online Marketing.

Remember when..there was more than one search engine »

I recently found this leaflet in the bottom of my draw.  It shows how all the different search engines used to relate to one another and how they got their results. It bought back memories of how it used to be in the search engine game.  It also shows how long we’ve been in the […]

On April 20th, 2012 wrote on the subject of Datadial,Industry News,Organic Search Marketing.

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 March 13th, 2012 wrote on the subject of Company News,Datadial.

Datadial integrate Lengow multi-channel into their e-commerce software »

Datadial sign with Lengow, providers of Multi Channel Software      I am pleased to announce that Datadial have agreed to provide an automatic feed to Lengow’s powerful multi-channel marketing platform as standard functionality within Datadial’s e-commerce software.  This will now be made available for all new Datadial clients. Who are Lengow?  Lengow provide a […]

On February 29th, 2012 wrote on the subject of Datadial,Internet Marketing,Legal and Financial,Technology.

New EU cookie laws – Will you be breaking them? »

Those rascals in Europe have really done it this time.  They have dreamt up the most insane law that will render any complicated website practically unworkable. Their intentions were probably honourable but as the law is a mess but they are happening and YOU DO NEED TO TAKE NOTICE. The law comes in on May 26th […]

On October 25th, 2011 wrote on the subject of Datadial,Internet,Internet Marketing,Organic Search Marketing.

How to ‘Think Link’ »

Image Source | Featured Image Are you aware just how many kinds of links that are relevant to building the Page Rank of your own website? Are you convinced that  mindlessly spamming Joe Bloggs’ blog (see what I did there?  Ha! ;-) ) with comments totally unrelated to the topic at hand, in hopes to receive […]