Images add value to your content whether it is a social media post, newsletter, blog article or website. From photographs to charts, graphs and infographics, the types of images you can use to complement your content and connect with your reader are numerous. Read More
Build it and they will come so long as you treat it as a evolving garden rather than a static business brochure
A website is like a garden that will get lost amongst the weeds and stronger plants if you don’t look out for it. It needs to be pruned, nurtured and cared for to see growth. You have to accept that some parts are dying off, and replant or repurpose. Read More
Twitters’ mission – To give everyone the power to create and share ideas and information instantly, without barriers.
For any social media, platform, it is best to understand what is it for and how it can best be used to benefit your business. With around 316 million active users across the globe*, Twitter is a social network that no business can afford to ignore. Twitter is a communications gateway that asks the question: “What’s happening?” Read More
So you are sitting in front of a blank screen ready to embark on writing the content for your website. You want to make sure that visitors can find your site and stay long enough to see what your great business has to offer. This may seem a daunting thought. Here are a few simple tips that can guide you in the right direction. Read More
There are many different types of image files. Are you overwhelmed when selecting the right one for a job or do you just disregard the file extension (.jpg, .gif, .bmp etc) and hope for the best? What is the different and when is each one appropriate. Understanding different types of image is especially useful when it comes to your logo files. Whether you are working with a designer sending artwork to print or uploading a picture to a blog post, keep our list of definitions handy so you can be confident when discussing, requesting or selecting your images. Read More