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The Freedom of Container Queries

If a webpage's layout was an itch and Media Queries are a long, scratchy stick (that is really great but doesn't quite hit the spot), CSS Container Queries are the little claw that turns that plain old stick into a fully fledged back scratcher.

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One year at Cargo – a Celebration

Joining a new company can be tough at the best of times, with bosses to impress, skills to learn and new colleagues to befriend. But joining a new company amidst a pandemic and such drastic changes in the marketing and advertising industry was defiantly no small feat. But if this year has thought me anything, it's that we're incredibly resilient and that every challenge comes with its own lesson.

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Why Your PPC Ads Are Not Profitable

For many retailers and services alike, Google Ads can be the quickest and easiest way to increase sales revenue and profitability. But driving sales with AdWords is difficult, even with well-optimised keyword targeting, custom audiences, and other features.

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Media Queries – Quit (hover)ing around and get to the point(er)

Have you ever visited a website on a nice, big monitor and thought how easy it is to use while navigating through pages and completing forms with your mouse? Have you ever then visited that website on your mobile or, god forbid, smart TV at a later date and wanted to throw your device or remote out of the window in frustration? Have you ever got tired of long, tedious questions who’s purpose is simply to lead into a larger point? Sure you have!

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Seven projects for seven years

The beginning of May always marks another anniversary since I joined Cargo, it starts with that momentary panic as the Linked In notifications start piling in and I’m not sure why. However this year has felt very different, with the current situation we find ourselves in it is certainly more a time for reflection than celebration.

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