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Was Weatherspoons right to stop using social media? We review and discuss why social media is important in customer communications.
Email marketing is dead, isn’t it? We disagree and in this blog, discuss why we believe that it continues to be an important tool in your marketing toolkit.
Outsourced marketing brings in house benefits that you may not have previously considered. In this blog we look at what those benefits are.
Many clients became stressed at their reduced email marketing lists when the GDPR came into effect. We discuss why smaller lists are good!
Streamlining content ideas straight into your inbox is the perfect way of managing digital content topics and ideas. Here are a few how-to tips.
Content! Content! Content! It’s so important to create and share good, meaningful content. But what will you write about?
If you are not managing your social media and blog content effectively, take a look at these tips from Heath Marketing Limited.
We may be living in a digital age, but there is still a place for promotional print in this blog from Heath Marketing.
Do you see your website as an investment in your business, or as a cash drain? Here’s our take.
Advertising. It’s not for everyone but what’s the point in having a business if you don’t tell anyone that it exists?
Do you use social media to enhance your customer service? Perhaps it’s time that you did!
Do you make the most of your Facebook cover? It’s a secret gem, you know.
Exhibitions and tradeshows can be good for business. Spending time and money on getting them right is time and money wisely spent.
Email marketing at Christmas – make it a useful time to get in touch with your stakeholders.
Exhibitions and Trade Shows. They’re not for everyone. Are they for you?
What’s in a name? Essentially they are the physical manifestation of your brand values – so does your name even matter?
Social Media. The key word is social, but sometimes, we use it very anti-socially.
We’re all copywriters – we just don’t think of ourselves in that context on a daily basis.