This month Google has stepped up their privacy and is now encrypting a significant number of searches even if you aren’t signed in to Google.
A quick look at a recent website design pitch that the team has been working on recently following receipt of a Request for Proposal.
Following last week’s blog post ‘7 Steps to Setting up an SEO Campaign – Part 1’, here is the second and final part of the steps to take when setting up an SEO campaign.
This week I spent some time setting up an SEO Campaign. Here are the 7 steps I took in making sure an SEO campaign gets the best starting point possible.
The forth and final part of my guide to the design considerations for a new website design.
Following on from ‘5 Steps to Setting up a Social Media Campaign – Part 1’ this blog completes the steps to setting up a social media campaign for GW Games.
This week I have been participating in my school’s work experience programme, and for that I chose to spend my week working at Red ant Solutions, a full service marketing company based in Godalming and owned by John Giles. It was a thoroughly interesting and enjoyable week of which I’ve genuinely acquired useful experience from.
A student from Gordon’s School in Woking joined our marketing agency team for a week for work experience. Here is his blog about his time here.
Last week was a busy week on the social media front as the deadline loomed for the launch of a brand new game ‘Sense of Identity’ from GW Games. As the project launch agency, Red Ant Solutions were asked to design a social media campaign around the launch to give it the biggest impact possible.
My post this week shines a spotlight on a French designer who has had a major influence on me... Vincent Perrottet. I discovered his work in my first years at Art School during a History of Art class. He came in to talk about his designs. The man is down to earth, humble and passionate.