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Supporting Black-owned businesses

Black-owned business - woman owner of wedding shop

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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Six ways you can support small businesses

Small Business Owner - packing boxes for orders

Whilst social distancing is hugely important and totally necessary at the moment, the lack of physical footfall is having a real impact on small businesses. The Government has announced various forms of financial help, but there are plenty of ways that you can help to support your favourite small business too…and some of them cost… Read more »

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Stay Social, Whilst Distancing

man working from home; laptop

In light of this week’s Government advice regarding Coronavirus, lots of people are staying home and practising ‘social distancing’. This means that social media is busier than ever. It’s become a vital tool for people during isolation – for staying in touch with others, sharing updates or looking for information.

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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)

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The growth of podcasting and the opportunity it creates for brands

I’m Kelly Butler, Marketing Director at Podcast Labs and in this guest post I’ll be talking about the growth of podcasting. Listen to this blog post here: As we enter a new decade, we find ourselves immersed in a completely digital world. Our lives are flooded with different forms of content, shared across multiple platforms… Read more »