Google issues new page speed warnings
Google has been issuing warnings in the Google Search Console to warn website owners about slow-loading web pages – with the warnings containing much more specific data than before.
Join our webinar series - Mapping out your digital strategy for 2019 - on 21st November 2018
Stickyeyes, Reprise Media and Zazzle Media will join forces for a day of presentations that will take you through the key challenges that your brand's digital strategy will need to address in 2019.
Stickyeyes partners with Breadwinner, the hand-picked, personally recommended agency service
We're thrilled to be partnering with the Breadwinner agency service which brings together a number of amazing agencies in one easy to search site. Stickyeyes comes highly recommended as one of the very best, data led performance agencies in the country.
Four key tools for analysing your content performance
Putting your company's content under the microscope and discovering how it’s performing against your KPIs is crucial. Here are the top tools to use.
Maximising the impact of your influencer campaign
Find out how to maximise the impact of influencer marketing in your next campaign, from bloggers to Instagram stars, identify some of the key considerations.
Seven notable design trends that we have spotted in 2018
Design and development team members from Stickyeyes, Zazzle and IPG partner agencies Mubaloo and UM sat down recently to discuss emerging and growing trends in web design, development and UI.
Here’s a roundup of the teams’ picks from the past few months.
Stickyeyes shortlisted for two Drum US Search Awards
Stickyeyes has been shortlisted for two awards at The 2018 Drum US Search Awards for our work with Kroger Money Services.
Stickyeyes shortlisted for four awards at The Drum Agency Business Awards
Stickyeyes has been shortlisted for four awards at this year's Drum Agency Business Awards.
Why brands are moving Google ad budgets to Amazon
A survey by CNBC found that leading media agencies are seeing clients move as much as 60% of their ad budgets away from mediums such as Google search, display and programmatic, and towards Amazon – lured by a more product-focused audience, better conversion rates and Amazon’s power as a “product search engine”.
Why are Google ad budgets moving towards Amazon?
With some media and marketing agencies claiming that some brands are moving as much as 60% of their Google advertising budgets towards Amazon, just how big a player is the retail giant in the digital advertising space, and why does it seem to becoming more dominant?