From retail through to travel and automotive, luxury brands need to understand that digital complacency will eat their business.
It is not unsurprising that travel buyers are increasingly using online environments when looking at purchasing trips and vacations.
It’s no great surprise that innovation and digital transformation in the travel industry is moving at a rapid rate.
Following my recent post on Google’s attempts to help publishers and media owners deal with the rise in offensive comments on posts, the company is back with another tool to help combat a topic that became prevalent last year, fake news.
Never let it be said that the wealthy don’t have an eye for a bargain. If recent reports in The Wall Street Journal are to be believed, then America’s wealthiest shoppers are changing their attitude and approach to how they shop.
In recent years, the growth of sinister behaviour on the internet has caused many people to re-evaluate how they interact with news and media outlets.
For a long time the use of online portals such as Rightmove, Zoopla or On The Market have been at the forefront of the property search process.
76% of U.K.’s travel bookings took place online, followed by the phone (21%) and in person (19%). This post takes a look at the digital travel trends that all travel companies and associated providers should be aware of.
With 34% of online retail purchases happening on mobile devices, it is vitally important for all companies, especially retailers to grasp the importance of a mobile centric world.
We are delighted to announce that Jenny Farnfield, Senior Account Manager at Digital Clarity, has been shortlisted for the Young Search Professional Award at this years UK Search Awards 2016.
As if we haven’t had enough to contend with recently in the ever evolving Google algorithm index, news reaches us of yet another change to contend with on the horizon.