Digital Marketing


7 February 2020


2 mins read

#FridayFiver ✋ – This Week’s Digi Deep Digs And Distractions

#FridayFiver ✋ – This Week’s Digi Deep Digs And Distractions

Have you been hankering for something to spice up your Fridays?

How about a blog that bridges the digital content gap between the sublime life lessons of Maria Popova’s Brain Pickings  and the mind-boggling moronism of harmonica mouthful girl?

#FridayFiver will float your boat – let’s set sail for this week’s shenanigans.

🙌 Emoji List Expansion 2020

If (like us) you’re fond of an emoji or five, you’ll be glad to know that Emojipedia announced that the symbols for bottle-feeding parents and the Transgender Flag made the final cut of standard-setter Unicode Consortium’s 2020 clutch.

Meet all 117 of 2020’s new emojis here

🏛 Ultimate UX Design History Blog

We recently published a pretty good piece on 5 ways website UX boosts your SEO. But did you know that the evolution of UX design actually stretches back to 4000BC? If not, our friends at The Next Web have penned a brilliant blog all about it.

Wriggle through a UX design wormhole here

💯 SEO Tops Microsoft Skills List

We’re always banging on about how important SEO is, but don’t take our word for it – Search Engine Journal has revealed that it tops Microsoft’s list of the most important hard skills for marketers.

Match your marketing skills with Microsoft’s trends

🍪 Google Chrome Cookie Monster

Google’s promise to remove third-party cookies from its Chrome browser within two years will please privacy regulators but force digital advertisers to adapt rapidly – AdAge has been musing over what might lie ahead.

Find out what cookie-free Chrome means

👅 Shakira Sets Superbowl Tongues Wagging

The Kansas City Chiefs won this year’s Superbowl – but Shakira’s unusual half-time ululations stole the show. They’re definitely meme-tastic, but FastCompany found out there’s more to them than meets the eye (or ear!).

Shakira’s tongue-twisting secret is revealed here

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