In our article title “Should I Rebrand or Refresh?” we discussed when a company/business should go through the rebranding process and when it should simply execute a refresh of its identity. Rebranding is not as simple as deciding on a new name, logo, and motto. The process can be very complicated and there are many moving parts that are often forgotten about because they seem so minor. In this article, we will use our own experience of the rebranding process to show you what to think about when rebranding. Read More
We wanted to take some time to help all of you budding Instagram celebrities out there by sharing a simple Instagram hashtag hack. This isn’t like a “fool the system” hack, but more of an easier way to figure out what hashtags to use on your next post.
User Experience. UX. Every website gives an experience of some kind. Some experiences are good and some are bad. Websites with good user experience get returning visitors while websites with poor UX generally have one time visitors. In this article we will go explain how to give your visitors a good user experience. Read More
Business emails are often one of the first things people notice when doing research into your business. Asking people to contact you at [email protected] doesn’t give a professional experience and can often lead to many potential clients going elsewhere. The problem is that many small businesses don’t have the money to pay for an email service, even the cheap ones, and need to set up an email address before they get the money coming in to pay for a monthly service. In this article, we take you through the steps of setting up cpanel as your business email provider.
Most businesses will, at some point, come to a place where they realise their initial branding is no longer suitable. This is especially the case for many smaller businesses that started on “shoestring” budgets, as the initial branding was most likely completed in house, and probably by the owner who has no prior knowledge or experience in branding and/or marketing. Typically, a point is reached where the business is growing and new services/products are offered and if the business owners want to grow any further, they realise that the initial branding no longer makes any sense and could potentially be holding them back from future growth. But the question is, should I rebrand or refresh my business?