Colour Story: Earthy Browns

Despite it being the most widely available pigment in nature, according to public opinion surveys, brown often finds itself reported as the public’s least favourite colour. Cultural and commercial trends paint a different story.

Colour Story: Christmas Green + Red

Many colour combinations can been seen in today’s festive season, but no other duos are as tied to Christmas than green and red.

Glacier Media Digital is a Google Partner

Becoming a Google Partner means that your company is recognized for maximizing campaign success for your clients, driving client growth by maintaining clients’ campaigns, and demonstrating Google Ads skills and expertise with certifications

Brand Story: Endorsed

Reviews can be helpful, but are they real people raving (or complaining) about the item they’re considering? Endorsed alleviates this uncertainty by providing readers with verification that products displaying the ‘Endorsed’ logo meet key standards.

Meet Team GMD: Bilal Lashari

This week on Team GMD we are featuring Bilal Lashari, Digital Coordinator.

2022 Dev Trends – Headless websites are go!

A Headless website is one that uses WordPress or other Content Management Systems to store content but relies on a single page application built on a javascript framework to serve the front end of the website to the user.

Trending Onwards and Upwards: Recruitment on Social Media

If you’ve been scrolling social media in the past year, you’ve seen recruitment posts. Industries are scouting for talent using social media.

Five Paid Search Trends We’re Watching

Here are five PPC trends we’re keeping an eye on.

Meet Team GMD: Elizabeth The

Today we are learning about Team GMD's Elizabeth The.

The Importance of Website Discovery

The discovery phase of website development is the most crucial phase of the project.

LaterCon Webinar Recap

GMD’s organic social team is no stranger to LaterCon. A few members of our team attended and have outlined their major takeaways.

Colour Story: Tyrian Purple

Not only was the pigment prized as an item of luxury trade, it was believed to improve and become brighter as it aged. Unfortunately, for a particular sea snail species, this meant crushing thousands of them to produce even just a small amount.