Nick Baggott's CRM & Digital Marketing blog

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CRM & Digital marketing consultant and trainer, talking about the latest developments in marketing



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Dave Chaffey of Smart Insights has published a report on email marketing. The results were quite shocking to me, as I have been championing the need to personalise and test email marketing for years. That is email marketing's greatest asset...

I have just read an excellent article on SEO by SEMrush It provides practical and detailed advice on SEO. It is simple to understand,technical where needed and clear. SEMrush have some excellent tools to help you to analyse how your...

on Jun 20, 2018 in: Blogging, SEO, training

I have just read an excellent article on SEO by SEMrush It provides practical and detailed advice on SEO. It is simple to understand,technical where needed and clear. SEMrush have some excellent tools to help you to analyse how your...

I have just recently returned from delivery 2 x 2 day strategic marketing workshops in Nigeria. I have to admit, I was concerned before I went (if you look at the Foreign Office website before you travel, you probably wouldn't...

I spotted an interesting article from Simply Measured where they interview 3 prominent Instagram users, inviting them to give their best practice tips. Simply Measured are great to follow on Twitter @simply measured. All of the tips make good sense..

I have been using an old slide, with data from December 2014 in my presentations, showing the age profile of the key social media networks. So, this morning I had a hunt to see if I could find some more...

After all of the controversy about Twitter upping its character limit from 140 to 280, Buzzfeed's analysis seems to tell us that contrary to popular belief, people prefer longer tweets. Longer tweets get greater engagement, presumably because they ha...