Struggling to generate business online?
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At Skittish we provide affordable, flexible solutions for small to medium sized businesses looking for additional digital marketing resource.
Perhaps you’re a small team with limited time, a sole trader who loves what they do but needs help ‘selling’ it, or a larger company who knows the value of digital marketing but simply doesn’t have the expertise in-house.
We work with you to discover where we can fill the gaps and provide a seamless solution to get your company or brand seen on social media and those all-important search engines.
Latest articles from the blog
SEO is losing favour in the Digital Marketing world and the focus seems to be shifting more and more towards Content Marketing. But is this the right move for your business?
The second part in my experiments with following and unfollowing other Twitter users for the sole purpose of gaining more followers. Was it worth it? And, more importantly, did it add any value?
If you're managing SEO campaigns, you'll need a helping hand. Reporting on search positions, backlinks, meta data and broken links can be very time consuming, so we've put together 5 of the best tools you can use to make managing SEO campaigns that little bit easier.
Have you been wondering how businesses are using Instagram and including things like contact details? Here's how to change your Instagram account into a business account to unlock benefits such as Insights and adding additional contact details.
In 2015 I began an experiment. Just how easy is it to grow your followers on Twitter simply by following and unfollowing other accounts? Quite easy, it turns out. But is it worth the effort?
If your website runs on WordPress, you'll need to know about Yoast's SEO plugin. It's not enough to simply install and activate the plugin, you need to know how to set it up and use it effectively. So here's our guide.
Tried email marketing? Didn't work? You're not alone. Here's 3 reasons why email marketing doesn't work for most businesses and you'd be better off using social media.
SEO is dead - we've heard it so many times, but I wouldn't believe it if I were you. That said, is keyword research becoming an obsolete part of the SEO process with advancements such as semantic search playing a bigger role in search engine rankings. Here's what we think.
Heard that paying for Facebook Likes is a bad thing? Think again! It might just be your ticket to social media success.
Algorithm changes, Penguin updates, Google penalties - all things we hear too often in the SEO world. So should we be changing our tactics every time Google moves the goal posts?