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Kate Marsh

Kate is the Digital Content Specialist at Tillison. She writes blog posts for Tillison and clients, and makes sure all content is in tip-top shape.

How to Optimise Your Google Shopping Product Titles

Most online shoppers use Google Shopping. Why wouldn’t they when it’s so easy to access and use? But the problem...
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New Year’s Resolutions for Digital Marketers

It’s that time of year again. With 2021 just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about our new...
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December Round-Up

2020 is coming to a close. It’s been a long year with a global pandemic, uncertainty and, more recently, Google...
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10 Essential SEO Trends to Follow in 2021

Online competition is always growing. With this in mind, it may be time to rethink your current SEO strategy and...
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Mandatory Parallel Tracking to Roll Out on Microsoft Advertising in January 2021

On 15 January 2021, parallel tracking will be mandatory for all Microsoft Advertising accounts. At the moment, it’s only compulsory...
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November Round-Up

November is ordinarily a month of bonfires, fireworks and hot chocolate. As with everything else in 2020, it has been...
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October Round-Up

As the days get shorter and the nights get spookier, Team Tillison is still hard at work making sure our...
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Scary Monsters: Digital Marketing Problems in 2020 + How to Overcome Them

Some people lose sleep over ghosts, ghouls and poltergeists. Others are scared of vampires and werewolves. Then there are digital...
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20 Reasons Why You Should be Using Google Ads

We’ve all seen Google Ads campaigns, even if we don’t realise it. Whenever you use the search engine, you’ll probably...
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