Whether you’re a fan of it or not, truth is, you can’t cast social media aside in 2019. As its role increases in homes and offices across the country, many prospects will search for your business on social platforms first. If you don’t appear, there’s a good chance you just
We know what it’s like. You spend weeks preparing, analysing and re-reading your presentation. You nail it every time. Then you step into the boardroom… At this point anything from self-confidence to nerves kick in and your mind goes blank. All those weeks of preparation disappear in an instance and
Did you know that most of the time, the difference between a website that has a professional design from an amateur one can be found in the tiny details. These are the small changes you can make, that could have huge impacts. They won’t cost you much in money or
When looking for a designer or agency to complete your latest project, a large volume of information will need to be exchanged. By having this information prepared, you give your designer the best opportunity to provide accurate costs and time scales, as well as a full understanding of your needs
Evaluating how your latest marketing campaigns went can be a tricky process. Sales and return communications are not always a valid measure of success. Before you sit down to discuss your next communication, why not consider the following 7 evaluation points.
PR is often overlooked in many small companies, who prioritise other forms of marketing in a bid to strike gold. Often it is seen as something that can be introduced later, or that it is less important than other available tools. Whilst each business must be treated as an individual
Vital to success in today’s world is digital marketing, as consumers become focused on technology. Instead of turning to the newspaper or magazine for ads and sales, they head to your website or your social media platforms. On the decline each year are subscriptions to papers and magazines, and so
The relationship between a client and a designer is no different from that of a husband and wife. They fight, they sort it out. They trust and they annoy. The difference between the two is the intention of said relationship; the client-designer is based on a give and take formula.