Tamar’s Top 10 Blog Posts from 2015
We had a great year in 2015 and as usual continued to bring you posts on digital news, tips and anything else we thought you might be interested in. In case you missed any of them, we’ve created a list of our 10 most popular posts in chronological order.
With Facebook’s introduction of ‘Feed Preferences’, Henry spoke about how this could affect brands and the importance of having engaging content if you didn’t want to get the chop from people’s feeds.
May saw the run up to the general election and with this post we looked at Google Trends and whether party leaders were of more interest than their respective parties.
It wasn’t just the election in May, we also saw the rise of the ‘Cheeky Nando’s’ meme as an American Tumblr user was given a great description of what ‘Cheeky Nando’s’ actually meant. Henry looked at the Nando’s reaction and why they were slow to react to the publicity.
As we celebrated Tamar’s 20th birthday, Sarah looked back over the years to some of the most memorable and fun moments there have been, including a few awkward ones from the Tamar dogs!
September saw some of our most popular posts centred on Social Media Week. In this one we looked at some of the best events to attend if you wanted to improve your blogging skills and raise your profile.
We held our very own event during social media week, ‘Be A Better Blogger’. In this post Billy talked us through some of the main points of the event including promotion, authenticity and some technical tips.
After gaining a handful of nominations for the Online Retail Awards, including some of our client campaigns, we were extremely happy to win a Silver Commendation for ‘Digital Agency of the Year’!
On the last day of Social Media Week, Billy spoke to Christopher Ratcliff who writes for Methods Unsound. Chris spoke to us about his aspirations and approach to his blog as well as some useful tips.
There are plenty of resources to look at when applying for jobs but are they always relevant to you? Sarah went though some points that can be useful when you are specifically looking to start out in digital marketing and how these can help you.
In the lead up to Christmas we looked at some of the SEO related questions from bloggers in our #SEOHOHO series. One question that came up was ‘Where Can I Learn SEO?’ We looked at some of the important basics and where to learn them as well as some important guides and industry leaders you should follow.