Periscope – The Future Of Live Streaming


Periscope is about to hit app users hard, the video selfie app has taken off, out rivaling competitor Meerkat.

The app is designed to create live streaming for audiences in every country. “Periscope lets you broadcast live video to the world. Going live will instantly notify Twitter followers who can join, comment and send hearts in real time.” explains the app store listing.

Although live streaming has been around for a couple of years now , the thirst for live streaming has only really taken off in 2015. Twitter has seen this recent interest, buying Periscope for a reported $100 million, in January this year.

We have been researching and testing the app in the WNW Digital office, read on for our summary on the new video streaming app.

Although both apps offer the same functions there are differences; users of Periscope are able to choose between streaming to the public or just for private use, unlike Meerkat where the streams are live and then disappear. Periscope can also save streams so that they can be replayed within 24 hours after the broadcaster has finished. Meerkat was built within 8 weeks where as periscope was built in a year, this difference is huge on both apps as you can tell from Periscope’s usability and design that they have worked hard to create a sleek design for the app. Read the rest of this entry »

WNW Digital’s Friday Blog Round Up

As well as enjoying the sunshine this week, our Digital Marketing team have been selecting great blog entries that will help you create online success.

How To Write Social Media Posts That Reach, Inspire Audience – A useful blog entry that provides advice on writing powerful content. Top tips such as considering when your blogs are posted are also considered in this entry. Definitely worth a read!

Is Facebook Winning The Video Marketing War? – Digital Expert Jeff Bullas stresses the fundamental role video will play in online marketing and how social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter are preparing to accommodate this.  Read the rest of this entry »

WNW Digital’s Friday Blog Round Up

This week we bring you a detailed look into the world of Digital Marketing, from a typical days tasks to advice on making your Digital Marketing strategies more effective read on.

10 Free Google Tools Any Digital Marketer Will Love – Jeff Bullas highlights some useful tools available to help make your digital marketing tasks easier.

How Link Building Fits Into The Digital Marketing Spectrum – An in depth look into the practice of quality inbound link building as part of your digital marketing techniques.
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WNW Digital Redesign Boyces Manstree Website

The clean, fresh and inviting new design applied to the website really brings the Nursery, Fruit Farm and Vineyard to life. The scrolling banner showcases the different aspects of the business providing a good visual example to its customers. The clear navigation and structure along the top of the website also allows users to find the relevant information that they are seeking with ease.In addition to this we have set up a Facebook page. The Facebook page accurately reflects the Boyces branding. We have created profile and cover pictures and also created albulms of the products produced by Boyces so that customers can see for themselves the high quality products. We have also integrated their Facebook page onto their website so that customers can connect, engage and keep up to date with any of Boyces company news.

To view the website click here 

WNW Digital’s THURSDAY Blog Round Up

As Easter approaches we thought we would bring you our blog round up a day early. A great blog entry that concentrates on social media and SEO particularly in the run up to the Google Algorithm for mobile responsiveness taking place on the 21st April.

Twitter Begins Pushing Ads Within User Profile Pages – Have you spotted the suggested by Twitter posts on your twitter feed? Read to to see what Ad testing Twitter are carrying out now.

3 Steps To Increase Your Search Traffic With Google’s Next Update – As the 21st of April edges find out about the importance of making your website responsive.  Read the rest of this entry »

Use Social Media To Keep Customers In The Loop

Will your business be closing for Easter?

The Easter Bank holiday weekend is fast approaching. For many of us this means enjoying a long weekend and tucking in to some tasty chocolate eggs. However if you are running a business there are two important things you need to do first before you can sit back and relax.

Publish your Easter Opening Times
Use your website and social media to alert your customers of the hours that you will be open over Easter. Keeping your customers informed is important especially if things are changing.

Let your customers know if their delivery is going to be affected. Tell them when they need to get their orders in if they want to receive their goods before Easter. You should also tell them when you will re-open and when their orders will be processed.

Little updates like this will keep your business on your customers good side. Remember it doesn’t have to be anything complicated a few simple updates on the likes of Facebook and Twitter should do the trick.


WNW Digital’s Friday Blog Round Up

Not too be missed. This weeks blog entry provides sound advice on SEO strategies, visual content marketing, social media marketing and more.


Google Want to Help Put  Your Business on the Map, Literally. Boost your online credibility by getting your business’ map listing.

Google Provides Advice To Site Owners Ahead of April 21st Mobile Friendly Algorithm Change – Mobile usability should be on everyone’s minds at the moment. See what you can do to help your website.  Read the rest of this entry »

What A Mobile Friendly Website Really Means

We recently posted a blog entry “Google warns websites should become mobile friendly” but what does a mobile friendly/ responsive website really mean?

Google Webmaster Tools has created a mobile usability tab that alerts you to the errors on your website. Google will show you how many pages there are on your website that hampering your websites mobile experience.


Here are some of the common errors that you can expect to find:

Touch elements too close – This means your navigation (your buttons) are too crowded or un-clickable due to your website losing its layout on mobile screens. This prevents mobile users from being able to navigate to the desired part of the website. Read the rest of this entry »

WNW Digital’s Friday Blog Round Up

This week we bring you some great social media advice.


Why Posting Your Tweets To Facebook Is A Bad Idea – Find out why linking your Twitter and Facebook page could be damaging to your social media presence.

Should Your Business Invest Time In Instagram – There are so many social media channels out there it comes as no surprise that businesses are confused in which channels they should be investing in. Read on to see if Instagram is for you.   Read the rest of this entry »

10 Year Domain Renewals Could Benefit Your SEO

Did you know that search engines like Google monitor the time period in which domains are purchased for in order to help them determine the validity and the trustworthiness of your site. Domains can be purchased for up to ten years, however many people opt to buy their domain for a 1-2 year duration. Although this time period seems to be a popular choice it is argued that this could be affecting your search engine listings.

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