Further welcomes new receptionist Ayesha!

Further is delighted to announce that our new receptionist has arrived, and is settling in well into her role here. UEA graduate Ayesha Bailey is enjoying her second week with us, and you’ve probably already spoken to her on the phone, so we thought we’d reveal a little more about ...

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Further. Now selling new cars!

Further's VW campaign results in 94 car sales and a 181% Return on Investment (ROI) for the region's premier motor dealership. In recent years, selling new cars has not been an easy task. The current climate hardly makes it any easier. So we were thrilled to hear the results of a recent ...

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Our 7 deadly social media sins

It goes without saying that social media is an incredibly powerful tool for businesses. Used correctly it can increase brand awareness, drive traffic to your site, lead to increased sales and allow you to interact with customers in a way that wasn’t possible before. It’s free, it’s fast, and it ...

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Googles 40 plus new changes. What does it mean to you?

The world of Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) has been undergoing some major changes recently. Not content with the ‘Search Plus Your World’ changes Google are making in order to plug its social media network Google+ or the big changes to its Privacy Policy, Google are now starting to scrutinise content on your ...

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Can you put a Price on dignity?

We all saw it coming; she had been quiet for too long. And this week, Katie Price proved that she’s either short of a few bob or the canniest businesswoman this side of Christmas when she teamed up with Snickers to front a campaign that’s been making headlines ever since. It ...

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Google’s new Privacy Policy and what it means for you

Earlier this week Google announced an upcoming change in their privacy policy, which consolidates the previous 70+ (yes, you read that right!) privacy policies across different Google-owned products into one, all-encompassing document. It's due to take effect on March 1st 2012, but why have they done it, and what does it ...

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Sign up to Google+…or else?

Working in the digital marketing industry, it can sometimes feel as if we are slaves to Google. We use it to judge the effectiveness of search engine optimisation (SEO) for our clients (although why everyone calls it SEO Lord only knows, we should just call it Google Optimisation and be ...

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Is your vanity taking over Facebook?

A story published by The Telegraph (and numerous other news sites) has revealed that Facebook users are deliberately reporting pictures as ‘offensive’ - simply because they don’t like how they look. The study, conducted by technology site All Things D, has revealed that the majority of pictures that were flagged ...

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