Whether your preference is PowerPoint or Prezi, any presentation needs more focus on careful planning rather than whizzy transitions. We focus on the story, so your message is clear and powerful.
A PDF is an undervalued marketing tool. A form that allows easy digital completion shows your brand is client-focussed. A sales presentation with a great user journey may just help win the pitch.
Online advertising gives you the opportunity to create more targeted marketing than ever before, and then measure the impact with greater accuracy. And not forgetting that looping video in reception…
Yes you need to consider your competitors, but your website is one of the most important expressions of your brand. So any company that has similar values and customer connections can prove to be a great source of inspiration.
Unless it is a micro site, every website needs a detailed plan. Not just a family tree of the menu structure, but a wireframe so you know precisely what is planned for each page, how the site cross- sells, and how the user experience flows.
Of course you want your website to ‘look good’, but great web design has more depth. How does the style fit within your brand guidelines? Do the design elements enhance or hinder the user experience?
There are many choices for build and you are right to want to seek advice and look at the options. WordPress is great, but it’s not for every project. It’s important to prioritise ease of use, SEO readiness, and the ability to grow and evolve.
Yes it can be a minefield, but only if you try and manage all ten of the top social sites. Which ones are best for you and your audience? What channels can you concentrate on to get the best return on investment?
Although video has become a required medium for most brands due to its social growth, it genuinely is a great way to show your brand’s character and personality and build strong relationships.