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Tug’s CEO, Nick Beck gives bandt.co.au his thoughts on Google potentially pulling out of Australia
“The argument you hear from the likes of News Corp and the government is that Google has been destroying regional newspapers through local advertising. But actually that’s not entirely true. And by that, I mean that the Google/Facebook advertising model is just better for smaller…
Dave Porter, Tug’s Head of Client Services shares his 3 pillars to overcome SaaS marketing complexity with clickz.com
SaaS marketing is complex, but campaigns can be highly successful if they follow the three pillars of smart strategy: acquisition, conversion, and retention. Tug’s Head of Client Services, Dave Porter shares The three pillars to overcome SaaS marketing complexity. With 20 years’ experience in on…
Tug’s Head of Paid Media, Asher Gordon gives techround.co.uk his Paid Social Advertising and PPC Predictions for 2021
“This year we’ll see generic terms in PPC continue to become more expensive, meaning advertisers that would traditionally only use PPC in their campaign strategy will need to look at upper-funnel channels – like video and display – to boost awareness and drive brand searches….
Tug’s UK Managing Director, Faye Daffarn gives her response to the IPA Bellwether Report Q4 2020
Following the release of the latest IPA Bellwether Report, Tug’s UK Managing Director, Faye Daffarn shares her thoughts with mobilemarketingmagazine.com on the news that the COVID-19 pandemic once again hit UK marketing budgets hard in the final quarter of 2020.
Tug’s Award-Winning Case Study With GenesisCare Features On performancein.com
“Cancer Treatment Specialist Delivers Nearly 80% Lower CPA and Doubles Conversions, Helping Patients Find Treatment During Lockdown” Tug’s Award-Winning Case Study With GenesisCare Features In performancein.com
Tug’s UK Managing Director Faye Daffarn speaks to digitalstrategyconsulting.com about the IPA’s latest Bellwether report
“The IPA’s latest Bellwether report is an accurate reflection of what we are seeing as an agency. Businesses are being forced to prioritise agility and efficiency above all else, cutting marketing budgets and fluidly moving what is left between the best-performing channels.” Tug’s UK Managing…