Get creative inspiration from Basingstoke’s statues this summer

Into the arts? How many of the world’s most famous statues have you visited? The Statue of Liberty in New York City? Christ the Redeemer in Rio De Janeiro? The

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Shock! Horror! Here’s why your web visitors don’t buy

The average adult spends around eight and a half hours a day online browsing, shopping, learning and on social media (possibly even more time than they spend sleeping), communications regulator

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Marketing: how many times do you have to be ‘touched’?

We’re all busy people. Emails, texts, post, social media – all vying for our attention. But did you know that it actually takes on average seven times of receiving a

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Why internal marketing is critical for any business looking to achieve more

Life is good. Your successful business is continuing to grow and with new clients to manage, you need to strengthen your team with quality people– fast. Your HR team spend

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The web is a catwalk: is your website on trend or so last season?

Fast-paced and continually evolving – this is the dynamic world of website design. If you’re serious about your brand and success, your business should invest in a fresh design every

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We’re hiring: Full-time marketing and office administrator

Marketing and Office Administrator  9.00am – 5.00pm Monday – Friday (35 hours per week) We’re looking for a hard-working, efficient office/marketing administrator to join our team. The role will encompass

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Achieve page one rankings and stay there: your guide to SEO outsourcing in Hampshire (search engine optimisation)

Attracting new customers means that you need to be in the right place, at the right time. Find us someone you know who doesn’t use the internet to discover products

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From The Beatles to Bowie: Basingstoke’s hidden magical music history

You might not necessarily associate Basingstoke with a rich musical heritage. The town was once home to a 1960’s supergroup bassist (and electrician) Pete Staples of The Troggs, husky late-nineties

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Getting personal about branding

So, it’s January, often thought to be named after the ancient Roman god of beginnings and transitions, Janus; depicted as having one face that looks to the future and one

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Shakespeare exhumed and the Pope kidnapped by a giant squid (…or something): marketing predictions for 2017…

An ancient giant squid found is frozen in ice. Shakespeare’s bones are exhumed to show that he was poisoned and there are clues to a new play found in his

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