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Posted on 19th Apr, 2018 by Sasha Spiers
The Bonfire team are honoured to have won the “Challenger or Specialist Agency of the Year” award at the 2018 Oasis Ball and Campaign Brief WA Awards.
Posted on 22nd Dec, 2017 by Matthew Elshaw
There are only a handful of days left in 2017, that means now is the time to prepare for the search developments that await us in the new year.
Posted on 11th Dec, 2017 by Matthew Elshaw
With 2018 on the horizon, it’s important to stay informed about the latest search news and updates so you can prepare your search strategy for the new year.
Posted on 1st Dec, 2017 by Sasha Spiers
We’re humbled to have won three awards at the 2017 Australian Marketing Institute (AMI) Awards for Marketing Excellence WA.
Posted on 22nd Nov, 2017 by Bonfire
As Black Friday kicks off the festive sales season this week, Google has rolled out a range of brand-new features exclusive to the latest AdWords interface.
Posted on 13th Oct, 2017 by Kayla Paul
If you’re looking for an easy way to get a head start on your Christmas marketing campaign, you’ve come to the right place. With so much to do and less than 90-days before showtime, we thought we’d help you out by sharing our top 10 holiday marketing ideas…
Posted on 22nd Sep, 2017 by Matthew Elshaw
Keeping up with all the Search news and updates can be almost impossible. So, as Bonfire’s SEO Manager, I’m starting a new blog series on here to help you stay on top. In this first post of the series, I cover off why you need to make the switch to HTTPS before October, Mobile-First Index announcements, and more…
Posted on 13th Sep, 2017 by Kayla Paul
Starting October 2017, Google have announced they will be showing a ‘Not Secure’ warning on any website containing a web form that’s loaded over HTTP, the unsecured version of the HyperText Transfer Protocol. To avoid these warnings, we’ve created a checklist to help you migrate your website from the unsecure HTTP to the secure HTTPS version.
Posted on 24th Aug, 2017 by Kayla Paul
Now more than 54% of Australians use their smartphones to access search engines*, Google have made some changes to the way ads are viewed in the mobile search results – changes advertisers can’t ignore if they want to leverage the consumer mobile trend.
Posted on 18th Aug, 2017 by Kayla Paul
We’re proud to have been nominated as finalists for the 2017 AMI Awards for Marketing Excellence in not one, but three categories!