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The Social Update: What Happened In May?

by Amber Buckley Marketing

Need a quick round-up of what happened on social last month? Here are some of the most important updates in social from May and why they could impact your business.

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by Matt Craft CMS, Code

Setting up local development with MAMP and composer without the need for valet, homestead, docker, etc. We also make use of project config and automation.

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by Matt Craft CMS, Code

We look at how to build and configure a HA server environment using the command line. We also configure Craft to use external Redis and Database servers.

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by Amber Buckley Marketing

It can be hard to keep up with everything that's happening in the world of social media. In this series, I will be creating a monthly update of the top social media changes and why they'll be important to you and your business.

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by Dean Events

Two days of non-stop social and search marketing - our idea of heaven!

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by Amber Buckley Marketing

In this blog post, I’ll be explaining 5 key benefits of why working with us as a Sprout Agency Partner is better for your business.

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by Laura Strategy

Understanding the benefits of Utility-First CSS and getting the most out of it with Tachyons, a CSS framework that enables you to create fast-loading, scalable and responsive websites while writing as little CSS as possible.

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by Amber Buckley Marketing

What better way to start off 2019 than putting my knowledge of Instagram to the test? In this blog post, I’ll be sharing my experience of starting a new Instagram account.

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If you don’t know that websites have a life expectancy or how to find out what it might be, then this is the article for you.

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by Amber Buckley eCommerce

Instagram has become one of the largest social platforms of 2018 and with nearly 500 million daily active users it is a platform you need you be using to promote your eCommerce business.

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by Amber Buckley Marketing

Google Analytics has developed a tool that allows you to easily add campaign parameters to URLs so you can track Custom Campaigns in Google Analytics. This means you can personalise your links to track where your website clicks/actions have come from.