Sharing knowledge is crucial for our agile business. Members of our team are frequently featured and quoted by digital media outlets such as Lifewire, Built In and Hotjar.
Rob Rich explores Opera’s idea to partner with Yat to introduce emoji URLs to the web browser. We’ve purchased our own emoji URL via other means (just try typing “🤓🐮.to” into your browser) so our product manager, Dawid, has offered his thoughts on the subject.
We constantly use Hotjar to gain insight into customer behaviour. In one of our projects, we’ve improved the clients’ conversions by 244%. This caught the eye of Hotjar’s editors, earning us a featured story where Tomasz explains the value behind session recordings and gathering visitor feedback.
Learn about the differences between Scrum and Kanban from Agile professionals, including our Product Manager, Dawid. Jeff Link writes about choosing the right methodology based on your work culture, budget, and more.
Tomasz shares his perspective on finding inspiration in the moments we least expect it.
Dawid talked about our experience with our hosting partner, WP Engine, in a great roundup of the platform on Digital.com.
We’ve used quick wins to drive more visibility in Google to one of our cornerstone articles, which was recognised by Content Harmony.
Learn how to set up one-off marketing automation that will help you rescue abandoned orders.
Learn how Tomasz helped build a sense of community at NerdCow in a new remote setting.
Dawid makes the case for major improvements in website accessibility for ecommerce businesses in a roundup of trends in the industry.
Dawid joins other professionals to guide you through the “reports jungle” that is Google Analytics.
There are lots of “hacks” that build trust – but it’s best to learn what’s needed straight from the source.
Sharing knowledge is a huge part of our mission to make the Web better for everyone. Our team frequently collaborates with journalists who require quotes on a subject of:
We can also help by providing evidence to back up the conclusions in your article if we have reliable data on the topic. This could include reports from Google Analytics, Google Search Console and our own research.