Ross Macintyre

Ross Macintyre

Ross Macintyre is a digital freelancer trading under Unleash Digital Ltd, supporting SMEs with digital strategy and website creation to help businesses thrive online.

Ross was previously Head of Digital at a Pan-European agency, leading major accounts including P&Gs Ariel, Gillette, Fairy and Dr.Oetker's Chicago Town and Ristorante brands; playing a pivotal role in the Chicago Town and Jurassic World partnership 2015 marketing activity.

As well as providing digital strategy and web support, Ross is also a public speaker, contributing to TEDx London and facilitating multiple workshops for businesses including topics surrounding the omni-channel environment and digital transformation.

A-Z guide to Twitter success

Social media is hot right now – period. Each social media platform are falling over themselves to grab a share of the market, because finally we’re seeing better business tools and data analytics that can actually give some indication of how well business efforts are performing. What’s happening is social...

What you need to know about Social Search

Unless you have been living in a ‘content free’ cave (maybe those avoiding Brexit or Trump), it’ll come as no surprise that search significantly drives the buying decision making process. Search marketing, in the context of online searching via sites like Google, is a dominant touchpoint for researching and reviewing...

The Digital Freelancer’s Cheat Sheet For Web Success

By Ross Macintyre Digital freelancing sounds pretty glamorous. The general consensus is that you charge more, work fewer hours and never miss a Jeremy Kyle. ‘You’re living the dream’ is the chorus from envious people who complain about their own working situation, then shrug their shoulders as they accept their...


Why Wearable Technology is Fuelling Data Addiction

By Ross MacIntyre, Head of Digital at DECIDE  In the 1970s, a press handout picture of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak was published suggesting that the two may be about to make a breakthrough. Rich Travis of Sunshine Computer Company in Southern California reported that he had sold ten Apples in three...