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The Big Changes To Google AdWords: How Could This Affect Your Business?

Since March 28th, 2016, Google AdWords had been testing a new layout of their famous Google AdWords platform. This new layout is a big change in design, but in overall functionality, your AdWords account wouldn’t be too drastically affected. Whether you used the new or old layout, you were allowed to swap between the two.
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All You Need To Know About Google Lighthouse 3.0

With the Google Speed Update rolling out since the 9th of July, it’s now more important than ever to ensure that your website speed and ultimately user experience are up to scratch. Thankfully the Google Lighthouse tool has recently undergone a major update to the 3.0 version which makes it easier for webmasters to identify
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The Big Facebook News Feed Changes: What Impact Does This Have On Brands?

As many of you are aware, Mark Zuckerberg recently announced that Facebook were changing their news feed algorithm. Announced on January 11th, the change in algorithm means that the news feed will prioritize content from “family, friends and groups”. Zuckerberg stated, “You’ll see less public content like posts from businesses, brands, and media, and the
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A Guide to GDPR

What is GDPR? The General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, is a binding legislative act devised by the European Union to protect personal data. This regulation is a method of dealing with the inconsistent or outdated data protection laws that are currently active across the EU and facilitating the protected free-flow of personal data. The
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QuickBooks

When starting up a business, geting advice from trusted sources, and those who have started businesses themselves can be helpful in avoiding major mistakes that others have made, and make for a smooth as possible business development. At 8 Digital, we’ve put together a few tips to help start-ups out. 8 Digital is a full
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The Strengths and Limitations of Incognito Mode

Incognito mode is a popular tool for browsing the internet without leaving a trace. Websites you visit in incognito mode will not appear in your search history, and you will not appear visible to other users. It’s become a very useful feature for advertisers who want to browse and test their campaigns without browsing openly
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Google is increasing security for websites – Are you SSL ready?

Google is set to introduce a new security measure in the Chrome browser that warns users on websites when the web page is not secure. The warning will appear on non-encrypted pages that collect personal or payment information, such as contact forms and ecommerce websites. As of the 3rd October, Google will flag any website
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