"On the 9th day of Christmas my true love gave to meee....

....a fountain of knowledge"


Brett Riley-Tomlinson

Google on a mobile phone

Can you imagine a website within which you could type any question you could think of - and all of a sudden, it will not give you just one answer but many? Throughout modern times, and even before this, we asked our friends and family if we needed to know something or read physical books for information about anything and everything. Now there’s a thing called Google that will answer all of our questions.

Google has access to over 1.8 billion sites across the world, which, combined, cover everything you could think of. It uses algorithms to make sure you get the answer you’re looking for when you ask for it.

The greatest thing about Google is its ‘how to’ guides. Long gone are the days where you have to work something out for yourself; now there’s a video or an article explaining what you need to do to achieve what you set out to achieve.

The same goes for your marketing. If you ever get stuck for an idea, or how to do something, search our website to see if we’ve already created a ‘how to’ guide on the subject; if not, visit www.google.com and type your question there.

But be careful. Sometimes, the answer you receive may not be the answer to the question you’ve asked. If you need to search for something specific, make sure you add speech marks (“ ”) before and after your phrase. That way, Google will search for an exact match to your request, rather than showing results from keywords.

Whether you're looking for the new marketing trends of 2021, you’re researching how to grow your SEO, or you think you’d get a lot from our ‘12 marketing tips of Christmas’ series, consult Google. Even if it doesn’t give you the exact answer you’re looking for, it may inspire you or give you an idea you may never have thought of.

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