Posted on: January 3, 2024
Can you believe it? We’ve reached the end of season one in our digital marketing podcast, Room 301!
From discussing all the latest thoughts in digital marketing to exploring the future – we’ve loved every minute, chatting with our team of experts and our fantastic guests. Each episode was packed with fresh perspectives, actionable insights and relatable stories, taken from the entire spectrum of the digital marketing world.
So here’s a huge thank you to all the amazing support we’ve had from our listeners, and an even bigger thank you for all the energy, time and inspiring conversations we had with all our guests and everyone else involved. Stay tuned in 2024 for season two!
Until then, we’ve put together all the episodes, YouTube videos and transcripts in one place so you can catch up on any episodes you missed and revisit your favourite discussions.
And remember, if you fancy appearing in the next season of Room 301, get in touch!
In our final episode of season one, Rob Twells chats to SEO expert Josh Allerton as he guides us through budgeting, experimenting and more, in the fascinating world of commercial SEO.
Rob sits down with Clare Taylor of Apricus Marketing as she explains the four core strategic principles behind all of her marketing campaigns.
In this episode, we join Ryan from from iMail Comms, to delve into the intricate world of stakeholder buy-in within digital marketing.
Rob Twells chats with Caroline Smith from Smudged, as they discuss all the important and compelling reasons for adding a more human side to your brand.
In a very special episode of Room 301, we invite Billie Geena Hyde to help us uncover the right path to less-biased marketing campaigns.
Join us with our special guest, Kat Sale, Co-Founder of House of Performance as we explore the challenges and strategies involved in managing a smaller marketing budget.
Join Bee from Golf Breaks as she guides us through her process of leading teams through marketing sprints. From setting goals, keeping communication flowing, and the team motivated – see how it could work for your team.
SEO and UX are interconnected; sharing a crucial relationship and common goals. In this episode, Pete, our Head of Creative Content, explains how these practices are more integrated than ever before.
As AI begins to impact everything we do in the world of digital, we talk to Liam, Technical Director at TDM, to find out how this might affect web development – for better and for worse.
In episode six, Rob chats with our Head of Web Design, James Walsh, to learn how (and why) we rebranded The Digital Maze in 2023.
In this creative episode we join TDM’s Amy (Head of Digital PR) & Pete (Head of Creative Content) to discuss the strategies and secrets behind any successful digital PR campaign.
In episode two, we talk to TDM’s own Head of Web Design, James Walsh, on the psychology of design and how you can harness the power of design to increase your revenue.
In episode one we join Rob, Wayne and Beth to explore the complex world of SEO. From understanding results and identifying key metrics, to attempting to settle the “in-house vs agency” debate once and for all…
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Putting the E(xperience) into E-E-A-T
Posted on: January 26, 2024
SEO30 mins est
To satisfy the Experience part of the E-E-A-T framework, you need to demonstrate first-hand knowledge and involvement in the topic you are writing about. Find out more in our latest post.
Three Awesome UI Design Trends for 2024 (and How to Use Them)
Posted on: December 11, 2023
Design & Development15 mins est
The only web design trend predictor article you're likely to need for 2024
Room 301 Podcast 016 – Showcasing the Commercial Impact of SEO
Posted on: November 30, 2023
In our last episode of Season 1, SEO expert Josh Allerton guides us through effective budgeting, collaborative experimentation and more as we delve into the world of commercial SEO.
The Future of eCommerce is “You”-Shaped
Posted on: November 30, 2023
eCommerce20 mins est
Throughout the internet, the customer buying journey (especially for products we have little to no knowledge of) continues to be a challenging and remarkably impersonal experience.
Room 301 Podcast 015 – The 4 Core Strategic Principles Behind Every Successful Marketing Campaign
Posted on: November 2, 2023
This month, Rob Twells is joined by Clare Taylor of Apricus Marketing as they discuss the four core strategic principles behind every successful marketing campaign.
Selling Stories, Not Just Products: Leveraging Sales Skills & Techniques in Digital PR
Posted on: October 18, 2023
Digital PR16 mins est
In today's fast-paced digital landscape, sales and Digital PR are converging like never before, and while these disciplines may seem distinct, they share a common thread: effective communication.