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Digital Tomorrow Today is a technology company that combines technical expertise with digital marketing experience to create great products and strategies for customers and businesses around the world. We also build bespoke digital tools to help companies, brands and organisations to do better business over the internet.

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We've launched BlueJay SEO

BlueJay provides a growing suite of independent SEO tools BlueJay offers a suite of SEO tools for any website. These provide insights, suggestions and benchmarks to support your SEO needs, without the need for monthly fees.

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We build our own tools

We identify, build and manage tools that the digital marketing industry needs, as it evolves. These are accessible to all.

BirdSong Analytics

BirdSong’s suite of social media analytics tools can empower you to make your campaigns work smarter, benchmark activity and identify new potential opportunities for growing your audience.

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BlueJay SEO

BlueJay offers a suite of SEO tools that you can use for any website. These provide insights, suggestions and benchmarks to support your SEO needs, without the need for monthly fees.

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Mandarin Ecommerce

Mandarin provides the core functionality of an “off the shelf’ ecommerce platform but also enables us to develop custom features for our clients that their customers love.

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We develop sophisticated tools and applications to meet the very specific needs of businesses that want to grow their share of online markets. These include apps to improve internal company processes and tools for customer acquisition and retention. These are bespoke projects and include work for clients in the Finance, Retail, Leisure, Charity and B2B sectors.

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Our in house experts carry out consultancy, marketing and research, using both our own and industry tools. We work closely with senior client stakeholders to agree objectives and regularly benchmark our work against these. Projects include web development, ecommerce, social media, SEO and research.We work with a wide range of B2C and B2B brands.

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Aldeburgh Food & Drink festival 2016 sees increase in online ticket sales

The 2016 Aldeburgh Food & Drink festival, held last weekend at Snape Maltings, saw an 8% rise in online ticket sales over last year and a 14% increase in online revenue. Advance tickets for the event were sold via The Aldeburgh Food & Drink website which was designed, built and powered by Digital Tomorrow Today Ltd on our Mandarin platform. 47% of these advance online tickets were sold to visitors outside of the county.The festival started in 2006 and aims to encourage people to support the local economy by buying local produce, help people understand the connection between food and the people, the farming and the landscape that produced it as well as celebrating and promoting Suffolk produce. This year’s event attracted thousands of visitors who, in addition to sampling some of the county’s finest food and drink products, could also attend a wide variety of workshops and cookery demonstrations.Jess Brown, event organiser, told the East Anglian Daily Times: “The producers have had a fantastic weekend as well with good sales, and though we don’t have numbers yet it was certainly a bumper Saturday.”The festival offers the chance for local companies to meet pub, restaurant and supermarket buyers and with more than 100 exhibitors, the festival has the potential to put Suffolk producers on the map. Jess added: “We are still doing what we were 11 years ago, showing off our Suffolk producers, supporting family firms, and letting people from further afield know what we have here.”Lady Caroline Cranbrook, Aldeburgh Food & Drink President, told the Ipswich Star that the festival brought almost £2m into the county’s economy last year. Digital Tomorrow Today COO, Katherine Riddell said that it was great to see online ticket sales play a role in bringing more people to the event, particularly from outside the region. The festival also officially launched the Suffolk Food Trails, which are a collaboration between Aldeburgh Food and Drink, The Suffolk Coast and Digital Tomorrow Today with funding from the Coastal Communities Fund.

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