E-Insight Digital Marketing Blog: Emarketeers
12 March 2014, Jonathan Saipe
The first Emarketeers Digital iSkills Survey is published today, and was created in order to look at the skills and capabilities of the UK digital marketing industry. You can view or download a full copy of the report on the Emarketeers blog.
3 February 2014, Jonathan Saipe
Is our reliance on Internet connectivity setting an increasingly dangerous precedent? Jonathan Saipe, Founder of Emarketeers discusses.
6 January 2014, Jonathan Saipe
At the end of 2013, LinkedIn analysed the skills and employment history of more than 239 million members’ profiles asking the question, who is getting hired and what are they doing? The results revealed that 21 out of 25 of the hottest skills are digital or technically orientated.
4 November 2013, Jonathan Saipe
3 October 2013, Jonathan Saipe
In association with Home of Social, Emarketeers is carrying out an in-depth piece of research into the current digital marketing skills landscape.
Areas covered include digital resourcing and skills, in addition to barriers to digital success in the coming year ahead. Take part and you could win an iPad 2.
19 July 2013, Jonathan Saipe
In this fast evolving landscape, Jeremy Rosenberg, Emarketeers’ mobile marketing and comms specialist, reveals the mobile strategies marketers simply cannot afford to neglect.
27 June 2013, Jonathan Saipe
14 June 2013, Jonathan Saipe
As we are mid-way through 2013, I thought I’d highlight some of the digital marketing trends we’ve seen most prominently over the past 6 months.
18 March 2013, Jonathan Saipe
With Google’s recent blog announcement that Google Reader will be retired on 1 July 2013, online conversations reached fever pitch last week with Google Reader trending on Twitter and searches for alternatives to Google Reader breaking out in search over the last 7 days.
14 November 2012, Tracey Stern
I wasn’t fortunate enough to attend the recent Guardian Changing Advertising Summit, but the thing I regret most about not attending, was missing the inspiring and potentially business changing speech by Cindy Gallop.