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There’s nothing more annoying than when you’re trying to write a tweet and run out of space, right? Recently, Twitter announced that it had been testing and thinking about the possibility of doubling the usual 140 character limit, giving users a total of 280 characters to...

Summer seems like a distant memory, Halloween has been and gone and Bonfire Night is over… but don’t feel down, Christmas is just around the corner, which can only mean one thing! Now that you’ve got your copywriting, content and social media sorted with us (hehe),...

Welcome to our second Content Ideas Blog. Last month we discussed ideas relating to existing and potential customers. This time, we’re focusing on you, or in particular, your team. Team Profiles & Quotes Social media is a great way to make your business approachable. This is why providing...

Time and knowing what to say are two of biggest problems business owners face when it comes to producing content, but with a little dose of habit and a mantra of 'content repurposing,' you'll soon be a guru at publishing informative and enticing information. Well,...

Facebook and Twitter are constantly updating and tweaking their settings. In the latest wave of changes to the cover image set-up, Facebook has tweaked how covers are displayed on mobile devices. Here you can learn how to optimise your Facebook and Twitter cover images for desktop...

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Is it now movie time for LinkedIn - the latest social platform to release native video uploads? We’ve recently shared news about the latest changes in Facebook, their algorithm (techie data processing tool) and how the content we see in our feeds is prioritised. Now … to...

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Are the goal posts changing once again for Facebook social media marketers? For months, Facebook Company Pages have battled with declining organic post reach and have become the underdog against posts from friends and family. We should be favourable to those who are closest to us. There's...

After you’ve found your feet on social media, and the creative juices start flowing, it may seem impossible that at some point you may run out of ideas for posts. Unfortunately, there does come a time when you’ve re-used what was once an original tweet a...

It is estimated that as many as 1 in 10 people in the UK suffer from Dyslexia or related learning disability. That's a huge amount of people, but have you ever thought about this when creating your latest design project? Dyslexia can cause a reader...

Working from home is a great honour. It means you’re being trusted and need to be responsible. It is a privilege, not a right. This is written from my perspective - working flexible full-time hours from home. Your circumstances may be a little different but hopefully...

When you think about a Graphic Designer, what pops into your mind? Go on, be honest, I can probably guess what you’re going to say… ripped jeans, Converse shoes, messy hair, peculiar taste in music, particularly “trendy”. Yep, thought as much. Well as accurate as...

We get it; just when you get used to one thing, something else comes along and you have to start learning all over again. That’s just the nature of social media and keeping a brand’s online content current.   One step forward, two steps back.   You’ve probably heard...

In my previous roles I have been located in various different environments; a silent but busy and  resourceful office, a further silent, but tiny studio at a noisy factory, and now I'm based at home, which is hardly ever silent! But which environment has inspired...

Fake news is everywhere - not literally, but certainly rhetorically. Since the last American election, Fake News has been bandied about as both an explanation for the result, but also as a catch-all phrase to dismiss political claims and the often dubious statistics that support them. As...