Summer2015

  • Winner(s) of the Summer Series 2015: The Youngsters Win!!!

    … The future is with the youngsters. That’s what they say. And it’s true. Even though I still think ’oldies’ (like myself) have a future as well. Youngsters are important. Because they have that future, but more importantly to me, because youngsters tend to look at things differently. Young people have a different background. They didn’t grow up…

    Bas Van Den Beld/ State of Digital- 13 readers -
  • 3 lessons in online marketing I learned from an English football team

    … The State of Digital 2015 Summer Series concludes today, giving young talent in digital marketing a chance to shine in front of our audience. For our last entry, Daniel Slomka from Boost the News talks about football and online marketing. A few months ago, I joined Boost the News to start working with blogs and publishers on promoting…

    State of Digital- 11 readers -
  • A year in the deep end of digital

    … The State of Digital 2015 Summer Series continues today, giving young talent in digital marketing a chance to shine in front of our audience. Today, Rhydian Ball from Marketing Signals tells us what he learned from being thrown in at the deep end. has taught me how to stay afloat in the SERPs I’ve been working at Marketing Signals…

    State of Digitalin SEO- 5 readers -
  • A Year In Digital Marketing

    … because I started the day after my birthday, and I had been hitting some revision when really I wanted to hit the town. I had just left university and was doing anything and everything to improve my chances of getting a good job. I had only really decided to pursue a career in digital marketing earlier in the year, so I spent a ridiculously hectic…

    State of Digital- 14 readers -
  • My Breakdown Of The Industry and What Agency Life’s About

    … The State of Digital 2015 Summer Series continues today, giving young talent in digital marketing a chance to shine in front of our audience. Today, Sally Newman from Koozai talks us through her take on life in an agency, four months into her digital career. Hi, I’m Sally and I’ve been working at Koozai, a Digital Marketing Agency for just…

    State of Digitalin SEO- 10 readers -
  • Why honesty is the best policy when it comes to digital marketing

    … was that it apologised for Three.co.uk being great at what they do, grabbing the attention of their audience and encouraging them to discover the reason behind the apology. In the place of sleek mobile phone shots came honesty, simplicity and a refreshingly personal touch. The worry when you work in an all-singing, all-dancing, integrated digital…

    State of Digitalin Paid Search- 17 readers -
  • The Real Truth About the First Few Years in Digital Marketing

    … Our 2015 Summer Series, where we give young talent in digital marketing a chance to shine in front of State of Digital’s audience, continues today with Stephanie Lamerton from Liberty Marketing. So, you’ve heard of Confessions of a Shopaholic and Confessions of a Call Girl. Well now it’s time for the turn of the digital copywriters…

    State of Digitalin SEO- 13 readers -
  • From Coffee To Content: Finding My Creative Tribe

    … This is the latest post in our 2015 Summer Series, where we give young talent in digital marketing a chance to shine in front of State of Digital’s audience. Today we feature Thomas Brown from Zest Digital. Six months ago I was making coffee in a café in the centre of Oxford. I loved the team (and the coffee) but I’d been working there…

    State of Digitalin Content- 12 readers -
  • Summer Series: Here’s our judging panel!

    … You may have noticed that this year we are doing something very special this summer: a summer series dedicated to the ‘new recruits’ in the industry! As we said in our launching post: At State of Digital we believe in several things: we believe in education, we believe in a community that makes each other better marketers and we believe…

    Bas Van Den Beld/ State of Digital- 23 readers -
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