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Samantha Wilcox

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Optimising your eCommerce checkout

Does this sound familiar? 

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Tags: Digital, ecommerce

Posted by Samantha Wilcox
on July 17, 2018

Successfully expanding from bricks and mortar to eCommerce

By 2040 it is expected that 95% of purchases in the UK will be made via an eCommerce site. This comes alongside a flurry of popular names, such as Marks and Spencer, reducing their presence on the high street (or in the case of Maplin and Toys R Us disappearing altogether). Couple this with data...

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Tags: Online Marketing, web design, ecommerce

Posted by Samantha Wilcox
on June 28, 2018

Selecting the right eCommerce platform for you

In 2018 eCommerce is set to account for 18% of all UK retail sales, with indications this will rise to over 95% by 2040. The popularity of online retail, coupled with the decline in bricks and mortar shops, confirm it is no longer a ‘growing trend’ but rather a key component of any successful...

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Tags: Digital

Posted by Samantha Wilcox
on June 13, 2018

Can any good come from jumping on a bandwagon?

April traditionally begins in a myriad of mirth, with brands showing their playful sides on everything from fake products (avocado Coca-Cola anyone?) to parliamentary offices taking the time to troll…unless of course EU Passports will indeed be taking on a very different brand identity in the...

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Tags: Social Media, Communications, Marketing

Posted by Samantha Wilcox
on April 18, 2018

5 ways B2B company websites can work harder in 2018

With HubSpot’s popular ‘State of Inbound’ annual survey showing that 55% of companies state that growing traffic to their website is their top priority for the next twelve months, the competition online is sure to get tougher.

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Tags: Online Marketing, Digital, Lead Generation

Posted by Samantha Wilcox
on April 5, 2018

Making the most of seasonal marketing

We’re all familiar with brands ramping up their marketing in the run up to Christmas - mostly with a wintery, festive theme. These campaigns have varying degrees of success; from the direct (the now traditional heartfelt John Lewis contribution) to the subtly-timed (diet ads starting approximately...

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Tags: Marketing

Posted by Samantha Wilcox
on March 20, 2018