“Your Business” is our business

Hot off the press – “Your Business”, the magazine of the Ayrshire Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The latest edition, headlines on the stunning new £53m Campus of Ayrshire College in Kilmarnock. Adworks has a long-standing relationship with the Ayrshire Chamber. We...

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Happy Birthday Adworks!

This month marks our 20th anniversary in business – with a celebratory birthday bash at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Alloway. Since 1996, we’ve been trusted as one of Scotland’s most skilled and successful marketing and design agencies. Today, we employ a...

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UK Data Based Behaviour Targeting

Our programmatic platform allows us to access over 100 million UK consumer online profiles via our data audience partner – Visual DNA. Audience reach is based on their interests and behaviour. Adworks programmatic platform can target by the following demographics:...

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What is programmatic media buying?

Programmatic media buying automates many processes that used to give many advertisers headaches. With Real Time Biding, our media buyers can set parameters such as bid price, network reach, audience type, location and interests to target your potential audience....

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Why your website should be mobile friendly

On April 21st 2015 Google updated it's code to boost the rankings of mobile-friendly website designs that are legible and usable on mobile devices - in mobile search results worldwide. This means that pages designed for only large screens may see a significant...

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Hyperlocal GPS Online Targeting

Adworks online advertising platform now has GPS targeting options. As some mobile apps are location-aware, it gives us the ability to target people based on their exact location, using GPS coordinates. Alternatively, we can specify area to exclude from targeting...

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