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Supporting Black-owned businesses

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As an agency, we’re proud to work closely with both large, established brands and small businesses and start-ups at the beginning of their journey, helping them to promote themselves and grow through their social media channels. We also stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and whilst we’ve been publicly supporting the campaign… Read more »

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The trick to making any industry sound exciting with social media…

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The so-called ‘boring’ businesses e.g. accountants, banks and finance providers, insurance firms, energy providers and local councils have all seen unprecedented demand during the Coronavirus pandemic. Who hasn’t spent ages on the phone to at least of one of these people recently? Whilst these businesses might not have flashy visuals and fun content to share,… Read more »

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Spread Your Message, Not Panic

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With government advice changing daily, many businesses are concerned about how the Coronavirus pandemic will affect them. At a time when misinformation, fear and panic are rife on social media, it’s more important than ever to keep communication with your audiences open and be that voice of reassurance.

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Why businesses should consider Social Media Training

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Are you posting on social media but getting no results? Perhaps you don’t even know where to start? Whether you’ve already set up accounts or you’re yet to start, it’s vital that your business has a social media presence in 2020.

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YouTube ad sales on the rise – should brands be on board?

Google’s parent company Alphabet released YouTube advertising revenue figures this week for the first time ever. Bringing in over $15 billion, YouTube’s ad sales rose 31% year-on-year in the last three months of 2019 and accounted for almost 10% of their overall revenue. (Source: BBC News)