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Category: 'Education'

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  • What’s more important, relevance or shareable content?

    Posted by on August 9, 2016 // No Comments
    Simon Wadsworth

    Regular readership and sharing of content online tend to signify good online content. But according to a recent study, 60% of people don’t even click the link to read before sharing online. The pace of social media and digital marketing continues to quicken, so how do you create content which users want to read, rather
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  • What is Quantum Computing – is it anything to worry about?

    Posted by on July 12, 2016 // No Comments
    Webigence Ltd

    In this article we will look at the basics of Quantum Computing; what it is, how does it help and what are the risks? Quantum computing owes its roots to the mind-boggling quantum mechanics – the branch of physics that studies what goes on inside atoms. With the enormous potential that quantum physics brings, there
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  • Girl Geek Bootcamp in Liverpool: week 1

    Posted by on June 8, 2016 // 1 Comment
    BIMA Liverpool

    Liverpool Girl Geeks co-founder, Chelsea Slater, shares an update from the happenings at Girl Geek Bootcamp. On Tuesday 31st of May Liverpool Girl Geeks launched their Girl Geek Bootcamp which was created for girls from the ages of 12-14 to embrace technology and discover how and what careers there are to choose from. The pilot
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  • Why is Multimedia Content Essential to Online Marketing?

    Posted by on June 2, 2016 // No Comments
    Simon Wadsworth

    Content has always served as a vital component of online marketing. In today’s image-driven world, multimedia content such as photos, videos, infographics and even GIFs are becoming increasingly important ways of connecting with users via digital platforms. In 2014, Tony Hail of web analytics firm Chartbeat found that 55% of visitors spend less than 15
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  • Adblocking policy update

    Posted by on May 31, 2016 // No Comments
    Pete Trainor

    On the 5th May BIMA attended a meeting at DCMS with John Whittingdale, the secretary of state for culture, media and sport, to discuss the potential issues that AdBlocking is going to have on BIMAs membership companies. Whilst in its infancy, ad-blocking is quickly picking up pace and could pose a huge threat to all of
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  • How has Google implemented the right to be forgotten?

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    Simon Wadsworth

    In May 2014, the EU Court of Justice handed down a ruling which required Google to introduce a ‘right to be forgotten’ for European search engine users. Two years have now passed since this landmark ruling, so how has Google implemented the right to be forgotten? Right to be forgotten The right to be forgotten
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  • Apprenticeships policy update

    Posted by on May 10, 2016 // No Comments
    Amaze

    On Wednesday 4th May I attended an APPG meeting in the House of Commons representing BIMA on the subject of Apprentices, with a specific focus on careers advice. The panel comprised a Chair from the House of Lords, an apprentice ‘role model’, MD of EAL and the CEO  of the newly formed Careers and Enterprise
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  • How to improve your brand reputation through effective customer care

    Posted by on May 4, 2016 // No Comments
    Simon Wadsworth

    Increasingly, consumers are utilising social media channels, especially via mobile devices, to engage with companies. Therefore, it is vital that you ensure your business focuses on responding effectively with customers online, to build a stronger brand reputation. Connecting on social media Do not underestimate the value of cultivating exemplary customer care services. By adopting this
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  • The first step is awareness : The true cost of mental health

    Posted by on February 14, 2016 // No Comments
    Pete Trainor

    We work in one of the most vibrant industries in the world, both economically and the people within it. New figures show there are over 47,000 digital technology companies in the UK, employing well over 1.46 million people* and employment is set to grow by 5.4 per cent by 2020 – it is a really
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  • Web Development and Web Design: What’s the difference?

    Posted by on June 24, 2015 // 1 Comment
    Webigence Ltd

    When it comes to web development and web design, many people don’t realise quite how big a difference there is between the two. And if building websites is not your business then it’s not really surprising you wouldn’t know the difference, and furthermore many design agencies and development companies now offer both services (even if
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