Using AI to power your digital marketing

Technology is rapidly changing: you need a data driven marketing agency that can keep up

More about what we do

Google uses artificial intelligence (AI) – why don’t you?

We’re a digital marketing agency with a difference – we use maths and artificial intelligence (AI) to grow your business. In fact, we think that maths and AI is so important we’ve invested in the development of our own data science platform to provide you with precise information about what changes to your digital marketing strategy will lead to an increase in revenue.

We make sure you will benefit from ongoing changes to the digital landscape rather than lose out.

more about our technology

We specialise in:

Need Help?

Not sure which service offers the greatest return on investment for your company? We can help

We work in partnership with fast-growing businesses

We're at the frontier of our industry - here are some of our thoughts

Browse all articles
img-termination-by-time

Latest Why SEO agencies really get fired

If you want to make it past month 6 with a new client, you need to be transparent and open about your methods, especially with clients of a smaller size. That’s according to research by Artios, a London-based artificial intelligence search analytics agency, who crunched the numbers and dug out the top reasons businesses part ways with their SEO agencies.

Read the full story
Machine-Learning-SEO

Blind social media study – Least trustworthy, least friendly and most patronising UK politicians revealed

A new study conducted by Artios, a London-based artificial intelligence company, has revealed our true feelings about our politicians, by analysing how their social media posts are received when the author’s identity is hidden.

Read the full story
Protein World vs John Lewis

Controversial diet supplement brand Protein World have scored more positively than John Lewis in a blind social media study.

We surveyed 1,000 UK adults, who analysed and rated corporate social media content from brands including Airbnb, Protein World, Lloyds Bank and John Lewis, and gave their honest responses.

Read the full story