Colour in design.

From when we are babies we learn the importance of colour and how it helps us process the things we see in our everyday life. Take traffic lights, for example, the red, amber and green all control our lives for a few minutes a day, so colour plays a big part in our lives. Apart from just standing out from the crowd, brands also use colour to express themselves and add meaning to what would otherwise be dull and boring.

Social media: Your all-in-one hub

When it comes to using social media for your business, it can be easily overlooked. Businesses don’t seem to understand the full capabilities of some of the world’s most used social platforms. With over 3.2bn users on social media and counting, how hard can it be to start your conversation? Social media platforms are developing every day and coming up with new tools for us to utilise. Social media can become your all-in-one hub for your business and here’s how:

On your marketing. Get set. Go!

When people get a brand spanking new website, they’re left scratching their heads asking themselves “Ok, what do I do now?”. They’re eager to show it off to their audience and also attracts new users onto it. Marketing a new website is important you need to take the correct steps, by doing so, your new website can turn into a real success and help bolster your business in ways you didn’t even know were possible.

Popular websites. Valued.

Ever stay up at night wondering how much it cost to build websites that you use every other day? We’ve compiled a list of how much it costs to create some of the world’s most popular websites (and platforms) and what their value is in today’s modern age. Some of these huge brands receive over a million unique visitors on a daily basis and they know how important good user experience is. Websites can prove to be priceless for brands who care about their customers.

Social media: Analytics 101

Businesses on social media know how important it can be to keep track of performance and how well-received posts and content are with their audience. Fortunately, popular social media sites offer comprehensive analytics tools, so they do all the hard work for us. Ever wondered which posts are the top-performing on your business’s Instagram? Or how many people watched that 30-second video on LinkedIn, you posted the other day? The answers to all these questions and more are just a few clicks away.

Website for two, please.

Restaurants and food places have slowly but surely caught up with the digital age. Businesses in the food sector are now learning how important and valuable having a professional website can be. From increasing brand awareness to online reservation/ordering systems, a professional website can do it all. Here’s an insightful post on why restaurants need a professional website and some tips from us.

An entrepreneur’s biggest mistake

One of the most common mistakes for an entrepreneur is not building a professional brand identity for yourself. Whether you’re selling a product or service online or in shops, a brand identity is very important and is often overlooked. Nobody will value you and see you as a professional if you don’t have a professional appearance and identity.

Social media. Shaken, not stirred.

Social media for businesses can be scary, there’s a whole world out there you didn’t know about, hidden away in the corners of the internet. It can prove to be a vital tool for many reasons, including bringing in traffic and sales, that will benefit your business a great deal. When you approach a social media agency, it’s good to have an understanding of what you want social media to do for your business. In this post we’ll be outlining most of them, so you’ll be prepared for when someone pops the big question to you, “Do you want social media to help your business grow?”.

Untangling social media

Social media has become the forefront of communication throughout recent years. It is now one of the most common ways customers interact with their favourite businesses and brands. There are now an estimated 3.2 billion users on social media – this equates to around 42% of the world’s population and this figure will only continue to grow.