With the lead up to Christmas the biggest stats from November and going forward are likely to revolve around e-commerce activity. In November’s case; Black Friday, the biggest day of the year for retailers, and consumers alike. 2014 is the first year that the UK have actually embraced Black Friday and boy did it go [...]
A bunch of tools have flown into the Attacat nest over the past few weeks. We’re being nice and sharing some of them with you.
This is probably the last month of stats before I go into Christmas mode so enjoy it while it lasts. Stats in October looked a little like this; penguins, call tracking and The Amazon (or just Amazon, more relevant but less dramatic sounding).
The 7th series of my Quick Fire Reading List focuses largely on content marketing and it’s integration into the world of SEO, with a few other bits and bobs thrown in there for good will.
September was a pretty intense month for Scotland with the Independence Referendum taking place on the 19th, lots of online discussion and as you’d imagine, lot’s of stats. I thought I’d be controversial and not include any referendum-related stats in this edition of Month in Numbers, I figured you’re all sick of hearing about it anyway!
Our August Month In Numbers covers stats about video advertising, awesome Instagram usage and how everyone loves Email Marketing. Get a whiff of that!
The latest series in my Quick Fire Reading List has got a heavy PPC feel to it and you know what, you’re gonna love it.
It’s been a hot month for numbers in July, and by hot, I mean HOT! Our little home city of Edinburgh has had some scorching hot temperatures in July and this means everyone is happy, vitamin D levels are on the rise meaning the office is looking less like a zombie cave. Here’s some other hot numbers from July!
For June’s Month In Numbers we’ve got stats on Louis Suarez (of course), the insanity that is Google’s Ad revenue and some insightful stuff on cart abandonment.
Guys, guys, gather round the campfire, let’s tell some stories; tales of awesome email design toolkits, mysterious new Twitter promoted tweet add-ons and that well known urban legend about the death of SEO and the rebirth of content.
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