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WNW Digital’s Friday Blog Round Up – 13th May 2016

Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of WNW Digital’s Friday Blog Round Up where we bring you the latest from the Digital Marketing world. It’s Friday 13th today, so let’s hope we don’t receive any bad luck!

This week, we focus on tips for your social media and marketing campaigns and ways you can tighten up your explainer videos. We also look at the best ways to use Google AdWords when starting a new pay per click campaign, tips to improve your E-Commerce website and we end with a look into on-page SEO with the team at Moz.iStock_000037264562_Full

Best Ways To Use Google AdWords When Starting A PPC Campaign – Creating and running your own pay per click campaigns can be pretty daunting, so read this guide on the best ways to use AdWords when starting your own campaigns.

9 Easy Social Media Marketing Tips And Tools – Small Business Computing bring you brilliant tips and tools that you can use when marketing your business on social media.

On-Page SEO In 2016: The 8 Principles Of Success – Rand Fishkin brings you another edition of Whiteboard Friday, this time focusing on the principles of success when it comes to on-page serach engine optimization.

Effective Ways To Improve Your E-Commerce Site – Check out this guide for improving your e-commerce site, from meta tags to page speeds, this article is sure to help turn more of your users into paying customers.

6 Ways To Tighten Up Your Explainer Video – We all know that video marketing and advertising is a brilliant way of generating brand awareness, sales and impressions so why not improve your videos with these ways to tighten up your explainer videos.

We hope that you have enjoyed this week’s blog round up and as always, if you have any enquiries please click here to see our contact details and we’ll be happy to help. 


Ben Wiltshire
Ben is part of the Digital Marketing team at WNW Digital, concentrating on running your social media channels, writing blogs and writing content for your websites, while also creating and managing your Facebook advertising campaigns. You can follow Ben on Twitter @BenWNWDigital or alternatively email him at

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