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Elon Musk Buys Twitter for $44bn

Elon Musk Buys Twitter for $44bn

Elon Musk – the world’s richest man – has agreed a deal to buy Twitter for a huge $44bn, around £35bn, subject to shareholder’s approval. As you would expect, this has resulted in the Twitter world exploding with various thoughts on the first changes that he is likely to oversee. Of course, none of us

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New Year, New Social Media Goals

New Year, New Social Media Goals

A new year often brings plenty of changes to our individual lives but aiming to do better from a business perspective is also vital to many of us that run our own businesses. This can relate to anything from becoming more environmentally friendly to taking on new staff members but, of course, the most common

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How the Apple iOS 14 Update May Affect Facebook Ads

How the Apple iOS 14 Update May Affect Facebook Ads

Apple recently announced that the iOS 14 update will directly impact how Facebook is able to receive and process conversion events from the social media giant’s various management and tracking tools, including Facebook Pixel. The end-users that will be affected by the changes include those who optimise, target and report on web conversion events across

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Free SEO Analysis for Local Businesses

Free SEO Analysis for Local Businesses

At Jump 2 IT Media, we’d love the opportunity to help as many local businesses prosper in 2021 as possible and, we think, that by supporting each other we really can achieve great things. That’s why we are now offering a completely FREE SEO analysis report for any business based within a 10-mile radius of

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Most Visited Websites in 2020

Most Visited Websites in 2020

The results are in and it is no surprise the learn that google.com was the most visited website by online users within the UK during 2020. Directly behind Google.com were the usual suspects too, with YouTube taking up second place and Facebook claiming the bronze. Top 10 UK Websites By Traffic & Users in 2020: Google.com Youtube.com

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A Look Back at 2020

A Look Back at 2020

2020; you did not live up to our expectations! I think it’s safe to say that 2020 was a let down on so many different levels, with both our personal lives and working lives taking a battering. Despite this though, there were a number of positives that we managed to take from what was a

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How Passages of Content Can Improve SEO

How Passages of Content Can Improve SEO

Google have recently confirmed, via their Twitter @searchliaison account, that they now “consider passages from pages as an additional ranking factor.” What does this mean? Simply put, this change allows content writers and SEO specialists to create content in a way that better meets the requirements of their target audiences. Instead of writing an entire article that

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Google Shopping Now Free Globally

Google Shopping Now Free Globally

Following on from its initial launch in the U.S. in April, Google have announced that Google Shopping campaigns will be made available globally for free from the middle of October 2020. Earlier this year, Google decided to open up Google Shopping to free listings to merchants within the United States. This started within the Google

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Google Search Tips Update

Google Search Tips Update

Google has recently launched a new feature within its organic results when it is unable to find relevant results based on your search, which will see a message that reads “it looks like there aren’t any great matches for your search” appear on your screen. On 23rd April 2020, the search engine giant said that

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A Time to Stick Together

A Time to Stick Together

We have spoken with many business owners during the coronavirus outbreak, with many saying that they feel guilty for continuing to charge clients for the services that they provide them with. Whilst this is a natural reaction, especially with the uncertainty surrounding many businesses worldwide, it is important to remember that providing a quality service

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