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The UK was once the first choice for Irish businesses going international. Now the EU and US are emerging as competitive options. Article for Atlantic Leap.
Rare Design on why big brands must innovate – or face the slow death as their competitors outwit them. Article for Rare Design.
Brexit, GDPR, rising costs and squeezed budgets: what to do about marketing in uncertain times. Article for The Marketing Centre.
Visual storytelling has been an important feature of human dialogue since cavemen were drawing on walls. And our brains still rely heavily on images: 93% of all communication is visual; blogs with photos attract six times the engagement of text-only articles, and...
Interview with LinkedIn coach, Greg Cooper: Explaining the latest LinkedIn changes, and what’s to come
LinkedIn has changed a lot since its conception in 2002. From a site predominantly focused on recruitment, it has evolved radically - sharing articles, groups, publishing, advanced recruitment tools - the list of functions goes on. But perhaps no change has been quite...
Six top tips from the content writer’s more clinical cousin that are designed to get the most from your copy.
Get your content writer to perform to the max. Identify the talent, brief concisely, hold hands if necessary and don’t pay more than you need.