Facebook security settings get a bad rap for being overly complicated, so it’s easy to place your Page security in the ‘too hard’ basket when you’re running a business and working on other things.
However it’s not an aspect of your marketing you can afford to ignore.
Welcome to the very first tip in our #MarketingMinute blog series, giving you relevant, topical and commercial marketing, PR & social media tips for your business.
Short, sweet and to the point, this series will help you optimise your brand for maximum engagement with your current customers, target market and potential media relations. Enjoy! Continue Reading
There’s no rest for the wicked, and there’s certainly no holiday for marketers who now begin to turn their attention to the vital sales period between the ‘back to school’ sensation of September and the heated lead up to Christmas. Continue Reading
Social Media is a fantastic tool for building relationships with your customer base, and what better way to do this than by joining in on everyone’s collective love of FRIDAYS! Continue Reading
One of the most common complaints we hear is that people just don’t know what to post online to keep their social media profiles fresh, relevant and interesting.
If you’re committed to building your audience online, you’ll know that while consistency is important, so is variety. And when you’re busy with the million other tasks it takes to run a successful business, it’s no wonder your ‘inspiration station’ can sometimes feel a little dry! Continue Reading
It’s that time of year again – Facebook is updating it’s algorithm to make the News Feed a more ‘user friendly’ experience for its audience. As marketers let out a collective groan of despair, we look at what’s changed and more importantly, what it means for you. Continue Reading
We’re often asked how we get such great coverage for our clients, is it all about who we know, or is it simply down to our mad PR skills? Although we’re not going to tell you all of our secrets we’re happy to share some of our knowledge, especially when it comes to the dreaded press release. Continue Reading