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Marketing strategy starts with your customers

Marketing strategy starts with your customers

It really does pay to listen to your clients and it’s exactly what we did to help our client ATEB suitability with their marketing. ATEB suitability is an intelligent multi-product suitability report generator designed to offer Financial Advisers a simple, yet comprehensive tool that meets…

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Good things come in small bundles

Good things come in small bundles

It’s what my Nana always used to say to me. She also used to say freckles are the sign of beauty, but that’s another story. I’ve spent most of my working life working in big agencies in the Midlands where being the vertically challenged novelty…

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Think of your website as your “Fenwick’s window”

Think of your website as your “Fenwick’s window”

One of our lovely clients always talks about their website as “our Fenwick’s window”. So that’s why they make a conscious effort to keep it up to date and fresh in content, including general changes to website copy, blog posts and layout. At Stone Collective…

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Stone Collective Marketing Mixer event | 10th May 2018

Stone Collective Marketing Mixer event | 10th May 2018

 Stone Collective are pleased to announce our second Marketing Mixer event at Tyne Bank Brewery. The event’s aim on 10th May is to bring together the Region’s leading marketers and entrepreneurial business owners, with short marketing insights from their sectors. Guest speakers for May’s event are…

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SKY AD SMART: A VIEW FROM THE NORTH EAST – Guest post, Andrew Armstrong, Town Wall Media

SKY AD SMART: A VIEW FROM THE NORTH EAST – Guest post, Andrew Armstrong, Town Wall Media

One of our media partners, Town Wall Media takes a look at Sky Ad Smart in this guest blog. Sky Ad Smart, the UK’s only current provider of addressable TV, (the technology that allows ads to be served to different households while viewing the same…

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What did 12 year olds teach me about business last week?

What did 12 year olds teach me about business last week?

Last week I volunteered some of my time to assist Y7s with their Young Enterprise Tenner challenge and had an absolute blast. There were so many different types of businesses; from custom-made t-shirts, to pots of slime, tie-dye tote bags, stress balls and a big…

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Procrastination. The Illuminati of Productivity – Joshua Riffe

Procrastination. The Illuminati of Productivity – Joshua Riffe

I’m a list person.  Always have been.  I like ’em.  I enjoy that feeling of being driven to write down what I would like to get done that day.  Then I breathe a sigh of satisfaction every time I get to cross an item off. Sometimes…

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