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It’s better to be a master of all trades than a jack of one

That’s why we do corporate identity, advertising, design and digital to ensure everything connects

what we do

A creative digital agency

The perfect home for your brand in a digital age


What we do

You’ve got a great brand, product or service. We simply get people to know it and buy it.

What we do

Who we are

We’ve gone round the block (and sometimes round the bend) so we know where your opportunity lies.

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Yes, of course, we do pretty pictures but the prettiest picture of all for us is your bottom line.

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Garden Grills
Design, Digital Marketing

Garden Grills bring out the Italian in you

The William Agency
Digital Marketing

Content Marketing Myths That Brands Need to Ignore (The William Agency)

This article from our friends at The William Agency explains 6 Content Marketing Myths That Brands Need to Ignore.

In the grand scheme of marketing, content-specific marketing is a new discipline. It may seem time-consuming, costly, ineffective or simply too tricky to throw precious resources into. Perhaps you would like to implement a content marketing strategy, but your business’ leadership has shot your plans down?

Read more here:

http://www.thewilliamagency.com/content-marketing-myths/

Home Truths
Advertising, Home Truths

Home Truths

Our House philosophy is based upon our Home Truths, several of which you’ll find below…

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Facebook Lead ads
Advertising, Digital Marketing

How to export your contact data from Facebook Lead Ads

We think that Facebook Lead Ads are great. The streamlined process for collecting data is simple to use and delivers results. Things might get tricky when you want to export your data though.

When our recent Lead Ad campaign finished we expected the data to be in Business Manager or Power Editor but it was nowhere to be seen.

After a quick google on the subject we found conflicting advice. Some articles said it is only possible to export data via the Facebook API. Others seemed to think you needed a third party bridge which involves a monthly subscription.

If you are having the same problem, read on…

How to export your contacts:

1. Go to the page you are advertising.

2. Go to the “Publishing Tools” tab.

3. In the left hand nav, choose “Forms library”.

From this page you will be able to export your data. No API knowledge needed!

If you want to sync automatically with MailChimp or your CRM though, third party tools like Leads Bridge will help you.

Hope you have found this useful.

From Econsultancy
Advertising, Digital Marketing

8 of our favourite content marketing blog articles

By now, savvy brands and ecommerce sites have realised that content marketing is central to long term search success.

But if you’re just starting out with content marketing it can be a daunting process. What if you have little (or no) budget? What content do you use? How do you measure success? If you build it, will they come?

Fear not, we have rounded up 8 of our favourite content marketing blog posts to help you. Covering topics like copywriting, quizzes, analytics, content tips and headlines, they should be enough to help you create a winning content marketing plan…

 

 

1. Seven golden rules for content marketing.
By Econsultancy

Econsultancy

“Here are seven golden rules that we have identified to help you optimise your content marketing.”

Read more at Econsultancy.

 

 

2. How to Do Content Marketing on a Shoestring Budget.
By Kiss Metrics

Kiss Metrics Content Marketing

“Content marketing sounds expensive. For a lot of companies, it is expensive. Most of the businesses I work with aren’t exactly rolling around in piles of money.”

Read more at Kiss Metrics.

 

 

3. How should ecommerce brands be using content?
By Econsultancy

From Econsultancy

“Ecommerce brands have embraced content marketing over the past couple of years.”

Read more at Econsultancy.

 

 

4. 7 Ways to Write Damn Bad Copy.
By Copyblogger

Copyblogger

“When a results-oriented writer says “creative” and an image-oriented writer says “creative” you have to understand that they are talking about two completely different things.”

Read more at Copyblogger.

 

 

5. 12 practical content tips from Google’s Page Quality guidelines.
By Econsultancy

12 practical content tips from Google

“Here’s a very simple checklist, based on Google’s approximation of highest and lowest quality content.”

Read more at Econsultancy.

 

 

6. Which Marketing Analytics Should You Be Looking At?
By Hubspot

Marketing analytics

“Access to so much data has made marketing analytics overwhelming for many a marketer. We have traffic data, conversion data, lead data, email marketing data, social media data … the list goes on. Figuring out what data to pull, and when, is the tricky part.”

Read more at Hubspot.

 

 

7. The complete guide to using quizzes in your marketing strategy.
By Econsultancy

From Econsultancy

“In January 2014, no one had ever heard of Playbuzz, a website that creates viral content, mostly quizzes. By May of the same year, Playbuzz.com was receiving 45m unique visitors each month.”

Read more at Econsultancy.

 

 

8. 5 Characteristics Of High Converting Headlines.
By ConversionXL

From Conversion XL

“Back in 2001, Consumer Reports put out a study that revealed the average American was consciously exposed to roughly 247 marketing messages daily, yet only really noticed around half of them.”

Read more at ConversionXL.

 

If you need a helping hand let us know and we’d be happy to discuss your marketing campaigns, plans or other communication needs.

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