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Proud to support the Big C in 2016

We’re a caring bunch here at Further. So much so we’ve decided to combine all our kindness and efforts to focus on supporting one worthy charity for 2016: The...

Further opens its doors for #DigitalCity

On Thursday 18th February, we’ll be opening the doors of ‘The Search Church’ to young people, students and anyone remotely interested in finding out about a career in digital...

Looking back on what you learned about content marketing in 2016 … yes, 2016

  Let’s fast forward to January 2017. You’re looking at the numbers for last year’s marketing campaign. What delivered leads and sales? What kept existing customers loyal despite the best...

Our favourite marketing campaigns of 2015

There is nothing we love more than a fantastic marketing campaign and this year we have seen some genius creations from brands we know and love. The media landscape...

Launching a land ‘where dreams live’

It’s not everyday you get to work in an imaginary land. But that’s what we have been doing for the past five months culminating in the launch of ‘Timbalaya’...

Walking that little bit Further with the wounded

Currently in our second year working with ex-veteran charity Walking with the Wounded we are extremely excited about their new Christmas campaign called Walking Home For Christmas. Following their...

Further appoints new Head of Search

We’re delighted to announce Mark Hannant as our new Head of Search. Previously our Senior SEO Analyst, Mark’s new role will be to guide and manage the Search Team. Applying over...

Further scrums down with Harrod UK to celebrate the Rugby World Cup

With this year’s Rugby World Cup (RWC) fast approaching, we have teamed up with Harrod UK to showcase the history of the World Cup since it began in 1987....

Who, What and When? – Profiling Google, Yahoo and Bing search demographics

Who, What and When? – Profiling Google, Yahoo and Bing search demographics

Google is the most used search engine in the world, hands down. If you are a digital marketer then choosing Google as the focus of your activity would be the...

Scepticism is a healthy part of SEO (or, why Wikipedia has NOT received a Google penalty)

A couple of weeks ago, SimilarWeb published an article with the sensationalist title “Is Wikipedia Being Hit By a Google Penalty?” (observant readers will note that the URL is...