After much consideration, the front end development team at Flaunt Digital have decided to now exclusively support Microsoft’s Internet Explorer web browser. Market-leading Internet Explorer has taken the world by storm since it’s release in the golden year of 1995. Since then, it’s gone from strength to strength, occupying 95% market share around 2002. All
Adding Facebook marketing tags (or the “pixel” as it’s also known) to your website can sometimes be trickier than it first seems. This post is going to shed some light on how best to do it, and how to achieve the more intricate bits of an integration. We’re going to initially split this down by
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Recently we came across a problem whereby we needed to change a website from using Universal Analytics to using Google Tag Manager (with Google Analytics enabled within). This process is pretty easy and really common, but no one tells you that if you’ve got Universal Analytics events calls scattered throughout your website, these will all break. The
As we mentioned in our recent article, How to Enable Google AMP on Your WordPress Site, Google’s AMP is becoming an important channel for maximising your content exposure and visibility. However, the previous post simply focused on getting the fundamentals in place for making sure your content is ready and available in your WordPress site.
Now that Google is presenting AMP-enabled (Accelerated Mobile Pages) articles right at the top of UK mobile SERPs, it’s becoming important for content-marketers and blog developers to look into enabling AMP on their websites. The actual location of the AMP articles varies depending on the term (it seems like terms which are currently trending in