Are you ready? Do you have your on-brand Christmas festive image yet? The holidays are coming… the holidays are coming…
Fake Twitter followers are no good for your brand, take three steps to clean up your Twitter list!
This is the title of a rather good little exhibition exploring the relationship between graphic design and health at the Wellcome Institute. For your next project consider how your information is being communicated, is it well signposted – is the copy broken down with sensible levels of heading, are your paragraphs short. Do you have plenty of white space, are you using colour and images to both reinforce your brand and convey a message, or feeling?
Make a cuppa, and pick up that January list whose urgency had evaporated away way back in February. A fresh look in September of business-focused goal-setting has the benefit of eight months of insight from the current year.
Hashtags are not just for Twitter, or Instagram, or even Facebook and LinkedIn. Hashtags categorise content and make that content more discoverable in searches both in your social media channels and on Google. You should think of hashtags as part of your branding kit – to engage your audience around an event you are holding, or for instance, an ad campaign.