Social media has been around for a fair few years now and whether you’ve grown up with it or remember when colour TV came in…it can be hard to separate how you communicate on your personal and brand profiles.
Team ID are teaming up with the Marketing Society to help put an end to homelessness this winter and we are looking for your help!
Working in the digital industry we all take inspiration from a number of places. Our resident Star Wars fanatic Lesley has even managed to link the words of Yoda to SEO best practice!
After 10 years of regeneration in North Ayrshire our client Irvine Bay has today concluded its work after bringing jobs and opportunity to the 5 towns of Irvine, Kilwinning, Saltcoats, Stevenston and Ardrossan.
Since it’s International Happiness Day, we felt it was only appropriate to share some of the things that put smiles on our faces here at ID. So here goes!
ID is delighted to have contributed to the success of Glenalmond School’s Open Day campaign 2016 – increasing the number of registrations by 70% year-on-year.
We have recently become Investors in Young People (IIYP) accredited! IIYP are a good practice framework which supports organisations to attract, develop and retain young people within their business.
Dating back to the 90’s when Glasgow was the European City of Culture, Doors Open Day is Scotland’s largest free annual architectural event.
Did you know that 79% of website users will only scan a website page? You’ve probably just done it yourself. So when writing for web, how do we attract and keep a person’s attention? Here, we’ve gathered our top tips.
We recently read guidelines which maintained that the secret to creating an exceptional online customer experience when it comes to landing pages includes the fundamentals of usability. This is something we whole heartedly agree with.
So you're working hard to drive traffic to your website but are your visitors finding what they need once they get to your site? You can find out using Google Analytics 'Site Search' feature which will track the phrases visitors input.