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A wildfire of panic has fled through Australia due to Google’s recent claim to remove their search services entirely from the Australian market. Google holds such a monopoly over the internet; most Australians consider Google and the internet as one in the same.
It's time to make the most of society's hyper-connectivity. If you sell products online, you should be using Instagram shopping.
Almost every day, Google updates its algorithms and systems aiming to improve the user experience with better-informed search results; these are small upgrades and are not noticeable for businesses. But Google also releases significant core updates which impact webmasters, content producers and practically everyone that uses the internet.
As 2020 rolls on with a tremendous amount of uncertainty, both consumers and businesses are faced with the possibility of a COVID-19 second-wave of shuts downs across Australian cities.
Since its humble beginnings in 2005, Youtube has become an addictive phenomenon with over 1.5 billion users uploading over 400 hours of video every minute and consuming billions of hours of video every single day.
As explained perfectly by global consultancy firm Deloitte, data-driven marketing is the magic work in the industry right now.
While the online era has definitely impacted the way consumers interact with brands, it may be surprising to know consumers still visit physical stores and establishments.
In the age of instant gratification thanks to hyper-personalised and fast paced digital marketing, customer experience has never been more important.
With irrelevant display advertisements being increasingly blocked, and no captivating merchandising to rely on in the online world, attracting consumers via digital platforms has always been a tricky and challenging feat.
Although labelled as a buzzword, the 'digital transformation' has made an immense impact in many areas of business, including the insurance industry.
It is with no doubt that the digital age and online environment has had a major impact on the retail industry in recent years. While foot traffic into physical stores declines, online shopping and e-commerce sales have grown massively.
As the Oculus Rift, HTV and other virtual reality (VR) headsets increasingly creep into our homes and the augmented reality (AR) app phenomenon, Pokémon Go, took over our smartphone screens in mid-2016, VR and AR technology has been hot on everyone's lips.
In Australia, the education industry is a $121 billion market and according to IBIS World has expanded at a faster rate relative to population growth in the past five years.
Technology has long played an important role in providing exceptional customer experience for many brands, including the insurance industry.