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.
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.
Five ways to perfect your copywriting
You’ve got a story to tell and a message share, but are you doing it in the most effective way? Here are Hannah Scorfield’s five tips to ensure that your words are making the optimal impact.
Five techniques for optimising your Google Shopping campaign
Google Shopping Ads have grown to become an extremely effective way for ecommerce brands to get their products in front of their target customers but as competition intensifies, how can retail brands ensure that they are using their budget effectively, keeping CPCs low and margins high?
Getting the board to buy-in to your marketing ideas
Getting the board and the CEO to buy into your ideas is one of the biggest challenges that marketers face, so how do you convince the boardroom that your idea is worth backing?
The five stages of managing a social media crisis
A social media crisis has the potential to consume even the biggest of brands. But by following these five steps, you can ensure that you minimise, manage and recover your business through a social media storm.
Five stages to improving the organic ranking of your YouTube video content.
Thousands of hours of content are posted to YouTube every second. It’s an incredibly competitive space, so how do you ensure that your content stands out from the crowd? Here are five fundamental steps to giving your content the best possible chance of success.
Five questions you need to ask to improve your CRM and marketing automation strategy
Just how do you make sure that your eCRM and marketing automation strategy is delivering the insight, the intelligence and the sales leads that you need?
Stickyeyes' CRM manager Jasmine Kendal takes you through the five key questions that you need to ask to make sure that your eCRM strategy is delivering the content that your audiences crave, as well as the leads and opportunities that your sales team demand.