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  • How secure are public wifi networks really?

    It is midday on a Tuesday and I am sat sipping a latte in my work clothes, with my MacBook on the table in front of me. I’m working from a coffee shop located in the centre of Leeds, which is surrounded by busy offices filled with solicitors, bankers, ecommerce companies and public sector organisations. […]

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  • SALT releases fashion eCommerce report for 2016/17

    There is no doubt 2016 has been an unorthodox year for most, putting strain on nearly every sector – including fashion. This paper discusses fashion eCommerce’s most difficult year, explaining why some brands struggled while others succeeded, and what next year might bring. Click here for more information.

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  • What Facebook did to us in 2016

    Over the past ten or 11 years the power of social media has grown beyond belief. At first like a stream and then into a river and then a flood, it now sits as an ocean in our consciousness. We orient our free time around it, report gatherings, bookmark meals, and document concerts and gigs. […]

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  • SALT supports Holbeck Elderly Aid this Christmas

    Christmas is a time of giving, and this year the team at SALT decided they would like to give back a little something to their local community. Our chosen charity is Holbeck Elderly Aid, who do a wonderful job of supporting the older population of Holbeck to live independently through organised activities, transport, befriending, home assessments, and […]

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  • SALT releases digital challenger banking report for 2017

    Since the 2007-8 financial crisis, people have changed the way they think about major banks, helping pave the way for a stream of challenger banks, which first began to emerge in 2010. This paper discusses the development of such banks, their continued evolution, and where they are set to go next year and thereafter. Request a […]

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  • Trump to inherit Obama’s 11.4m Twitter followers

    The American public have voted, and Donald Trump has won the 2016 presidential election. One of the many questions on the world’s lips right now is, what happens to the @POTUS Twitter account? After all, it has a healthy 11.4m followers, and has been fairly involved in making Obama’s views heard online during the election campaigns. President […]

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  • You Can Now Register Emoji Domains 😱 😍

    Last year I wrote a piece for Social Media London, looking at how the English language has developed over the past 100 (or so) years and how Emojis are now beginning to influence our communications. This was brought on by the joy emoji (😂 ) being named as the Oxford English Dictionary 2015 Word of […]

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  • What could Google Home Service Ads mean for SEO?

    Last June at SMX, Google announced that the future ‘3 Pack’ would be made up of two organic listings and one sponsored listing, however, Google has recently been testing its new, ad express powered, product in the San Francisco Bay area and it looks like that all of the ‘3 Pack’ are in fact sponsored […]

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