Exciting news! The other day as Tamlyn was looking for directions to someplace she noticed something very exciting on Google Maps! Our little company shows up with a proper caption, just like the Museum of London and other famous landmarks.
Insight, advice, news and chit chat
This press release went out to travel publications and give a great story about us and our wonderful client Snowbizz: Read and enjoy!
The algorithm is going to get you
Our playing field is perhaps not levelled when it comes to digital marketing, but if you’re willing to put the time and effort, you can get meaningful results. And, we’re here to help look over your shoulder if you feel stuck.
We’re HUGE fans of the project management tool “Trello” and within each task (created as “card”) is a super handy checklist function. So, you may think the answer to this headline is Trello but that’s a tool not a habit.
Another amazing site launch – US legal information website, The Legal Seagull. The site allows people to access educational videos on how to represent yourself in court. It’s used by ordinary people and also other attorneys.
Could it be fate?
Make a page for your event
This is the landing page that can describe the event and allows people to sign up. I like Eventbrite, though it takes a commission it’s really easy to use and people can book themselves in. You don’t have to manage a spreadsheet of attendees, it takes care of payment online, and it sends reminders a day before the event to those who have signed up. It also lets you modify the URL of the event so you can use this when sharing the event on social media, in emails, and in your email signature.
2017 marks the Year of the Rooster in the Chinese Zodiac calendar. So, without sounding too much like a magazine horoscope page, we thought we would take a look at what the year of the Rooster means for you and your business.
Ever since the scene in American Psycho, where Patrick Bateman and his colleagues compare their ‘Silian Grail’s and ‘Egg shell, with Roman’. Business cards have not only been useful, but have had an important reference point in the 21st century psyche.
The opportunities for women in the UK to succeed in business have never been greater. While it’s sometimes hard to be anything but super modest and self-deprecating, I have to admit that there are things I have done that I am proud of. I have founded and managed a successful design and marketing agency, I travel regularly, and often give talks and workshops to advise men and women alike.