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Guide London

Case Study – Guide London

CLIENT: GUIDE LONDON  Services: Digital Marketing Strategy + Website Optimisation + Search Engine Optimisation + Content Marketing + Email Marketing + Social Media Management + Pay Per Click (PPC) via Facebook Guide London represents the membership of the Association of Professional Tourist Guides. Specifically, 500+ qualified and knowledgeable London Blue Badge Tourist Guides offering tours

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How Businesses Should Handle Social Media Squatters

When it comes to promoting your business online, there is a lot to be said for including social media marketing into the mix of your digital marketing strategy. Especially since sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn and so many more provide businesses with the perfect opportunity to engage and interact with customers and prospects

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British Guild of Travel Writers

Case Study – British Guild of Travel Writers

CLIENT: BRITISH GUILD OF TRAVEL WRITERS Service: Social Media Training – Facebook The British Guild of Travel Writers is an association with over 200 of Britain’s top professional travel journalists, guidebook writers, photographers, broadcasters and travel editors. As more travel writers are not just creating content for other publications but have their own websites and

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Case Study – Caribbean & Co.

CLIENT: CARIBBEAN & CO. Services: Competitor Research + Brand Development + Website Development + Digital Marketing Strategy + Content Marketing + Search Engine Optimisation + Email Marketing + Social Media Management + Pay Per Click (PPC) via Facebook Caribbean & Co. is a digital platform and blog launched by Moxee Marketing founder Ursula Petula Barzey

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7 Reasons To Redesign The Existing Website For Your Business

Once in place, many business owners make little to no change to their existing website. However, there are times when a change of website design can be of benefit. This is similar to your shop layout. Sometimes, moving things around encourages customers to look around as opposed to just going for the things that they

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