Top Blogs of 20152 min read

As we race ahead with the New Year I thought it would be good to spend a bit of time looking back at what we did in 2015, so I have put together a top 3 favourite blogs. Whittling the list down was a lot harder than I thought but here are my 3 favourite blogs from 2015 in no particular order:

How To Apply The AIDA Model To Google Adwordsaida model adwords

I come from a psychology background and the study of psychology is chock full of models and frameworks for looking at things and this blog that looks at Adwords through the AIDA marketing model was a nice throw back to my undergraduate days.

Using Remarketing To Successfully Recover Abandoned Shopping Carts

Shopping CartFrom the top level marketing models of the AIDA blog to the nitty gritty of abandoned shopping carts. This blog appealed to me as it goes in depth into something that not many eCommerce businesses are taking their time to get the hang of. Many businesses are using email to help recover abandoned shopping carts but don’t realise that Adwords is powerful enough to do it to. This blog is a great place to start if you are concerned about abandoned shopping carts in your business.

A Measure Of Success – Finding The Best Performing Ad

drag racingIf you have ever heard someone say “A/B split testing” and been confused as to what they mean then this is the blog for you. Split testing is something that we do a lot (and I mean a lot) of at Digital Gearbox and it’s great to have a blog that does such a good job of simply laying out what split testing is and why it’s important.

Hopefully you have enjoyed reading our blogs as much as we have writing them and don’t worry there is lots more good stuff to come this year



Becky Hopkin

As MD Becky works to ensure Digital Gearbox’s values are being lived, and that our customers are receiving the best service possible. A self-confessed Disney fanatic, Becky loves spending down time with her golden Labrador, Nala, and her young daughter, Emily.

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