Five key marketing challenges - and how to fix them
Stickyeyes Account Manager Scarlett Whittell discusses five key challenges that she believes marketers are facing - and will continue to face inn 2020.
Stickyeyes picks up two UK Search Awards
We’re delighted to have been named Best Large Integrated Search agency at the 2019 UK Search Awards.
From stand-up comedian to digital marketer: How insights from past careers can improve what we do
A door man, a journalist, and a stand-up comedian walk into a digital marketing agency. It may sound like the set-up for a corny joke, but as Stickyeyes has found, this description is more likely the formula for a growing and successful agency.
How can email marketing stay relevant?
How does email marketing stay effective and relevant in the post-GDPR world? Jasmine Kendal and Hannah Loudon discuss what the future holds for email marketing and eCRM on In Conversation.
Stickyeyes climbs again in Econsultancy Top 100
Stickyeyes has climbed to position 33rd place in the 2019 edition of Econsultancy’s ranking of the UK’s top 100 agencies.
Stickyeyes scoops five UK Search Award nominations
We’re delighted to have been shortlisted for five awards at the 2019 UK Search Awards.
How to avoid idea dilution
You've come up with a fantastic creative idea, only for it to be chipped away by stakeholder after stakeholder. What's left is a very different idea from the one that you were passionate about. So how do you prevent "idea dillution"?
Stickyeyes keynote at Hero Conf London 2019
Sarah Barker, Stickyeyes Head of Biddable Media, joins Rory Sutherland on the stage at the Hero Conf London 2019 this October.
Perfecting your user testing: How to get the result you need, rather than the one you want
User testing can have a huge influence on the success of your digital experiences, yet so many brands get it wrong. Matt Shields discusses the poor UX testing practices that could be telling you the wrong story.
The year of video? Absolutely – just like the last one
Every year seems to be heralded as “the year of video” in the digital industry. But this is far from broken clock forecasting – the pace of change means that video keeps forcing itself to the top of the agenda.