It feels like yesterday that I was writing about the turn of the year and in the blink of an eye a third of the year has passed and Easter is on the horizon
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.
LinkedIn remains a powerful marketing tool for companies. More importantly, the platform is one of the best routes to building a professional and personal brand to showcase your talent, thinking and skill sets.
2016 has been far from a dull year, whether positive or negative it seemed that everyone was talking about a new global news story every day. From celebrity deaths to politics, sporting events to global crazes, Google and social media has it all covered
As we approach the end of the 2016 it is time to look at the digital marketing trends in 2017 that companies need to be aware of. Below is a checklist of these trends and recommendations to maximise your success.
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Searches for international flights rocketed by 22% overnight when the clocks went back in 2015, explained by people seeking to escape their winter woes. In 2015 New York produced the largest spike in searches, (+43%), followed by Milan, Amsterdam, Barcelona and Las Vegas. It is not just jet-setting that spiked, there were similar increases in visits to Last Minute’s spa page (Lastminute.com).
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