Christmas is one of the most magical times of the year, and what better way for marketers to embrace this magic than running a festive themed social media campaign to drive revenue and boost brand awareness.Just last year, John Lewis spent £7 million pounds on their ‘Man on the Moon’ Christmas advertising campaign - an impressive figure which resulted in total sales across the group rising 4.1% to £1.81 billion over 6 weeks.
Creating memorable content is about reaching target prospects and planting something in their minds that will leave a lasting impression - and there are many effective ways of doing so. Our latest pixel8 blog will take you through that journey.
Repositioning a brand affords the opportunity for a business to re-establish the very core of their company’s offering - and there are many times when a brand might need to do this.A reposition could be due to a number of things. Perhaps your core business offering has changed, or maybe the ever-changing market has shifted too far away from your original brand concept.
Social media - it seems the world has gone nutty for it, but there's one big reason why so many brands are heading online... Millions of people on a global scale all use social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook, and they provide a guaranteed opportunity to reach your target audience with ease.
The Olympics in Rio is shaping up to be one of the biggest events occurring on the 2016 calendar, and we were more than happy to assist when one of our clients came to us for some Rio marketing and graphic design assistance!Eastlands Trust oversee a range of sporting centres in Greater Manchester including, but not limited to:The National Cycling Centre
Whilst bricks and mortar used to be the obvious choice when considering a second home, a mix of punitive tax changes, together with the...
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