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Is your digital marketing plan ready for mobile 2014?

Posted on 15th July, by Tom Williams in SEM, SEO. 1 Comment

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My next few blog posts will be dedicated to the topic of mobile technology and how it relates to your marketing mix of digital marketing and search engine optimization by helping you reach your customers and readers more effectively.

Mobile is coming at us fast.  By 2014 the number of users accessing the internet via mobile devices is predicted to overtake traditional desktop and laptop usage.


Mobile users overtake desktop

Stay tuned for what you can and should be doing to ensure you are ready for the mobile revolution, already underway. We’ll help you navigate this new landscape strategically by going over the low hanging fruit, the must-haves and most importantly, what you should NOT be going right now.

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One Response to “Is your digital marketing plan ready for mobile 2014?”

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