WNW Digital’s Friday Blog Round Up

In this weeks blog entry we cover blogging, social media and email marketing. Read on to find out how you can create an effective online presence.

10 Reasons You Must Blog Even if Nobody Reads Your Posts – Read about the benefits blogging in terms of your search engine optimisation and more.

Our gruesomly good guide to Halloween – This blog is the perfect entry that demonstrates how you can Pinterest to market an event, theme or product.  Read the rest of this entry »

3 Steps to Refresh Your Blog And Increase Your Views

Blogging on a regular basis is not a simple task. You have to spend time researching your blog topic, drafting your content, perfecting your content, creating your image, publishing your blog and finally marketing it on social media. It is a shame to think that almost immediately your blog is “lost” among the thousands of other blogs that are published on a daily basis. Don’t let your hard work go to waste and read on to find out how you can bring your blog back to life.

Take a look through your blogs that you have published in the past. For the purpose of this exercise, I suggest that you choose one of your favourite blog entries that you would like to refresh. Here are some simple points that you should consider: Read the rest of this entry »

WNW Digital's Friday Blog Round Up

In this week’s Friday blog round up we highlight some of the best advice that will help you create a successful blog.

– Read about the changes Youtube has made that allow you to monitor the impact of your video.

The Complete Beginner’s Guide To Live Blogging – We’ve all heard of live tweeting but what about live blogging. This blog entry provides top tips on how you can write about events that are happening in the here and now.

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Guest Blog: Why You Need Localisation

This insightful blog is written by Tom Rowsell a copywriter employed by EmpowerLingua Translation Services.

Overseas expansion may sound costly, but failure to account for developing markets in a global economy could cost you even more. Even if you are struggling in the domestic market, that doesn’t mean you should shy away from foreign markets. World trade is pushing ever closer to a borderless global system and even the smallest business owners should consider which foreign markets they can move into. If your website and social media content is monolingual then you are missing out on valuable traffic and potential sales. It doesn’t take long to achieve ROI on localisation investments if you plan them properly.

No one knows your business like you do, so ask yourself which markets are appropriate? How much profit do you stand to make from them? You need to find out where your product can be sold, in which countries there is a gap in the market and what the local competition looks like. Then you can tailor your digital marketing material to the necessary cultural perspective.

Once you’ve figured out which languages you want to translate your website/social media/marketing material into, get a professional to do it. Some business owners misguidedly believe that Google Translate can solve all their localisation problems. This is a big mistake, as experts like Professor Nigel Vincent, president at The British Academy for the Humanities and Social Sciences, will tell you. He laments the lack of polygots emerging from British universities and argues that our monolingual workforce may find it hard to compete globally. Read the rest of this entry »

WNW Digital’s Friday Blog Round Up

In this week’s round up we highlight some useful blogs that can help you achieve online success.

How To Drive More Traffic To Old Blog Posts – Don’t let your older blog entries got lost in the mist of the internet.Take a look at the advice in this blog entry and see how you can bring your blogs back to life.

Has Your Pinterest Traffic Tanked? (And What To Do If It Has) – This blog entry provides sound advice on bringing your Pinterest back to life in accordance to the new smart feed that Pinterest has rolled out.  Read the rest of this entry »

Real Time Social Media Marketing In A Nutshell

Admittedly it took a while but now more and more businesses are beginning to recognise the vital importance that social media has in attaining a successful online presence. Despite this recognition there still appears to be widespread confusion regarding what type of content businesses should post, how often businesses should post and when should they post on their social media accounts. In this blog entry we briefly highlight the importance of posting in real time!

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WNW Digital's Friday Blog Round Up

Gain an effective online presence with the great advice contained in today’s blog entry.

Pearls of Wisdom from 9 Internet Marketing Quotes – One of my favourite bloggers Ashley Faulkes, recognises some of the most influential marketing quotes that can help you attain online marketing success.

Creativity is a Learned Process – Internet success often depends on the creativity of your online marketing. This interesting blog entry considers the process by which we (humans) create. Read the rest of this entry »

WNW Digital's Friday Blog Round Up

We have created a varied blog round up for you this week. Keep reading for marketing, ecommerce, web design and more great advice.

Urgent vs Important – This blog entry provides a solution to managing your busy schedule and task load. If you are struggling to keep on top of things then this blog entry is definitely worth a read.

How OPEN Cycle Communicates Relentless simplicity To Customers – Using Open Cycle as a case study, this fantastic blog entry really emphasises how communication and engagement with your customers through the use of marketing channels like email and social media have allowed this business to grow to new levels of success.

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Brands That Just Can’t Help Doing It RIGHT

Using the recent London Fashion Week as a perfect case study, this blog entry by Econsultancy recognises the powerful and influential role that brands such as Burberry and Topshop played on social media.


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A Brief Intro to Google Product Ads

There has been a recent surge in advertising on the internet, particularly on search engines like Google. If traditional PPC advertising was not enough, Google has now introduced Google Product Ads; a form of advertising that includes detailed product information such as the price, product image and merchant name.

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