When it comes to marketing campaigns, is it all about the big innovative award-winners, or doing the marginal gains stuff well?Read more "Can the Marginal Gains Deliver Big?"
Iceland’s so-called ‘banned’ ad has caused quite the stir, but can politically-charged campaigns pay off?Read more "Surely Iceland Have Had Worse Adverts?"
It was great to be shortlisted for ‘Best Internal Communications Campaign’ for our work with Birmingham Metropolitan College (BMet), in the CIPR Midlands PRide Awards. We were stoked – competition was high and the shortlist was impressive. The project genuinely created some significant results, integrating digital and offline channels and exceeded all benchmarks we’d worked […]Read more "Well We Weren’t Expecting That….."
Considering choosing a university is akin to making a big life decision like moving house and has over 100 factors that students will consider, you’d be surprised perhaps at some of the antics this year during clearing. It’s a really exciting time for higher education marketing. Your clearing strategy will build on your campaigns throughout […]Read more "Trash Talk and Sales Gimmicks – WTF just happened during University Clearing?"
Ok, they’ve not got a catchy acronym yet but after the mind-numbing circus that was GDPR, you really need to be aware of the apocalypse that could be coming your way…. Article 13 and Article 11. User-generated content, links to articles from your website and (be brave) even memes could all be the stuff of […]Read more "If You Thought GDPR Was Annoying, Wait Until You Hear About THESE"
Whilst we’ve been able to use voice search for years, the boom in voice-controlled devices has sharpened the focus on what voice could mean for content and user experiences.Read more "Voicing Opinion – Why and How Universities Should be Using Voice Search to Help Recruitment"
When you’re asked to ‘get a message out’ internally if you don’t have a plan and structure in place, everything is a one-hit wonder. Let’s talk internal communications strategyRead more "It’s hard to not know what you know – Let’s Talk Internal Comms"