Pinterest Marketing for Business - Red Cow Tips

Jun 25, 2014 | General
Pinterest is often seen as only for design based businesses, or those with a visually appealing product or service. Here we have listed a few top tips for using Pinterest for business, even if your particular sector isn't the most visually appealing.

What Is Google My Business?

Jun 23, 2014 | General

An overview of the latest Google product 'Google My Business' and how it fits in to all of the other Google+ products.

Viral Ad of the Week - 20th June

Jun 20, 2014 | General
Everyone knows the internet was made for cats....that's why our Viral Video Ad of the Week this week has to go to this witty cat food ad from Purina.

How to get started on Google+

Jun 18, 2014 | General

When other Google+ users share your content on the platform, they are effectively giving it their seal of approval and signaling to Google that your content is useful to users. It also goes out to all of their friends and they are more likely to look at something that has been endorsed by someone that they know, giving your content more authority with those who see it in their feeds. It is effectively a new form of word of mouth marketing with a wider scope. So how do you go about making people share your content in the first place?

Viral Ad of the Week - 12th of June

Jun 12, 2014 | General
Filled with stunts, here's our Red Cow Viral Video Ad of the Week for the 12th of June. Enjoy!

10 Search Engine Alternatives to Google

Jun 10, 2014 | General
Everybody knows that Google is the ‘go-to’ search engine for most people with the search giant accounting for 89.12% of UK searches, but what about the alternatives? Are there any? And, if so, what are they useful for?

Viral Ad of the Week - 5th of June

Jun 5, 2014 | General
This week's Red Cow Viral Ad of the Week goes to a video that hasn't actually gone viral....YET!

How Do Internet Domain Names Work and Who Owns Them?

Jun 5, 2014 | General
How Do Internet Domain Names Work and Who Owns Them? What happens when you enter a URL in to your browser and how do IP addresses and DNS servers relate to that. Most importantly, who owns the domain names you purchase and where does the money you pay go?