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  • Interesting news roundup – September 17

    Its a new month and we’re back sharing a list of articles that we found interesting this month. Google announces new YouTube tools for advertisers Twitter gives you more characters to express yourself New tools and programs to keep Instagram a safe LinkedIn introduce new Audience Network MOZ introduce 5 NEW Feature Upgrades to Pro’s […]

  • Logos with a hidden meaning

    Hidden meanings in logos that have been right in-front of you! If there’s one thing I love, it’s discovering that something you have seen around for years has even more meaning than you knew. At the weekend, I clocked an article on Facebook titled ‘These 15 famous logos all have a hidden meaning. Have you ever […]

  • Images that grabbed our attention in 2016

    We stumbled across a really cool blog by Shutterstock recently that pulled together the most shared images of 2016. We’ve covered videos and Google search terms so it only felt right we wrote a little something about the viral images of 2016! There is a common theme throughout and that is the power of nature and […]

  • Using video to support your digital marketing

    This week YouTube announced that their users are now watching more than one billion hours of footage every day! On their blog YouTube put this into a crazy perspective – if you were to watch a billion hours of footage back to back it would take you over 100,000 years. It’s an astonishing amount of footage […]

  • 2016 Adverts that caused a stir

    In January, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), the UK’s independent regulator for advertising across all media, published their annual ‘Top 10 most complained about adverts’. Adverts are everywhere; on the television, in the newspaper, on social media channels,and even at the bus stop. They are unavoidable and getting more and more sophisticated, in fact we published […]

  • This year’s Christmas ads have arrived

    You know it’s Christmas when the John Lewis ad hits the screens! By now, it’s highly likely you will have seen the new John Lewis advert featuring Buster the Boxer. The arrival of the big retailer Christmas adverts marks the beginning of the festive period for any viewer; and we certainly wait in anticipation for […]

  • Does your organisation make the most of user generated content?

    Why user generated content should form an important part of your plan. User generated content for all intense and purposes is information that others have created and shared about your brand, product or service. What’s great about it? It’s powerful! Consider this, what do you take into account when you’re choosing a new supplier in […]

  • October’s roundup is here

    It’s now less than two months until Christmas (yikes!) are you all set? We had our Christmas cards delivered this week and the countdown is definitely on! If you need some help with designing your Christmas cards we have a nice offer running to help you out (Expired). Another month means it’s time for a roundup of […]

  • How can we learn from Olympic preparation when it comes to marketing planning?

    The Olympics this year saw dreams come true for many individuals from all around the world, one of these individuals was a friend and old work colleague, Sara Cox. For the last 4 years Sara has been focused on reaching her dream of making it to Rio to referee the rugby sevens. Her sheer focus […]

  • Have you noticed the Facebook posts that look like they’re ‘shouting’ for attention?

    Have you experienced the change on Facebook mobile where some posts appear in a much larger font? It certainly caught our eye, here’s how it looks if you haven’t seen it:   This is being experienced on iPhone but some articles suggest it was rolled out to Android devices some months ago. But this change […]

  • Tech & Marketing Resources Roundup – August

    The Tech and Marketing Resources Roundup is back and is the final one of the summer (yikes!). This month is a selection of some interesting articles concerning more social media changes including; Pinterest announcing the introduction of video adverts, Facebook giving the Pages design an overhaul – what do you think of the change? We also recently […]

  • Tech & Marketing Roundup – JULY

    What’s the latest in the tech and marketing sector? More social media news this month; Twitter has launched a new look, we also came across an interesting article on how to use their analytics tool to make sure your marketing is working. Pokemon Go has made it into the roundup this month, you’ve probably heard of this […]

  • The rise of the Emoji

    It’s no secret that Emojis have changed the way we communicate with one another. They’re becoming a very popular and fun way for us to communicate and express feelings, with the Emoji keyboard encompassing a vast variety in the mix ranging from some light-hearted fun to methods of expressing sympathy. According to the 2015 Emoji Report […]

  • Tech & Marketing Roundup – MAY

    The latest from marketing and tech news: In recent blogs, we’ve rounded up the latest movers and shakers in the marketing and tech world. With some exciting changes being made recently including Twitter altering tweet character counts and the launch of Instagram business profiles and analytics, we decided it was time to get this series […]

  • Blink and you miss it – Snapchat pros & cons

    Does Snapchat live up to all the hype? As with any social media channel we always recommend that before you start asking how you can use Snapchat for your business you need to determine if you should. With over 100 million daily active users, 7 billion snaps shared every day and, a status as one of the […]

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