There’s so much jargon in marketing that we thought it would be fun to do a bit of jargon-busting whilst creating our very own marketing-themed
Author: Chris Staunton
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A lot of the people we speak to about Twitter are at the same point in their relationship with the microblogging platform: they know they want to use it, they get that it’s useful, and they’re excited about having made the bold decision to go live. But then they stall, because they have nothing to say.
Back in the day – alright, about 4 years ago – web designers and developers faced an issue: how to use icons throughout a website without creating tons of tiny images. Images slow sites, are bitmap-based (so can’t be enlarged without loss of quality), are fiddly to make, can’t be re-coloured easily, can’t be animated easily and so on.
If you’re breaking into a technical market with a complex product and established competition, it can feel like an uphill struggle to win an audience (and ultimately, sales) – but finding a way to give voice to your sales messages can be an enjoyable and refreshing exercise that teaches you something about your business.
What’s In the Box? Our new brochure, for starters. Our lovely new office here at Gatcombe House is looking decidedly on-brand. Being nature-loving types, we’ve
Email signatures have been a source of hot debate for as long as email has existed. What should be included? How branded should they be?
Mood boards? What, those collage-like things where you stick on pictures of things you want? No, they’re dream boards – but mood boards aren’t dissimilar.
People across the UK are finally united this morning…in tweeting pictures of their dogs at polling stations, under the hashtag #dogsatpollingstations. With nearly five-and-a-half-thousand tweets when
I’ve written a lot of CVs for individuals at all levels of seniority. Given that a lot of the CVs I have created have been