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Posted by Lee Jackson & filed under Conversion Rate Optimisation, E Commerce, Inbound Marketing, Lead Generation, Lead Nurturing, Marketing Automation.

A nice-looking website isn’t the be-all and end-all. It’s a business investment like any other and needs to make you money. Here are tips on how to do it.

Posted by Lee Jackson & filed under Content Marketing, Digital Marketing, Email Marketing, Facebook Promotion, Instagram, Marketing Automation, Paid Search (PPC), Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), Social Media Marketing (SMM), Twitter Marketing.

Facebook and Google when used right are great for small business growth. To take the next step though, you also need to consider these five other channels.

Posted by Lee Jackson & filed under Conversion Rate Optimisation, Email Marketing, Facebook Promotion, Inbound Marketing, Lead Generation, Linkedin, Social Media Marketing (SMM), Twitter Marketing.

Email is still one of the most powerful tools in your marketing arsenal, especially if you pair your lists with social targeting to reach out to new leads.

Posted by Lee Jackson & filed under Content Marketing, Social Media Marketing (SMM).

  Recently, there was a story on the BBC about how a website and Facebook page that was started in the UK has grown to become a fast-growing, successful million-pound business. You might know Viral Thread. The company began as a place that collected and curated content that was going viral across the internet to… Read more »

Posted by Lee Jackson & filed under Digital Marketing, Inbound Marketing, Marketing Automation, Responsive Design, Search Engine Marketing (SEM), Social Media Marketing (SMM), Website Development.

Spend thousands on an app or much less on building a website? The latter option can not only be much less expensive, but produce better results. Here’s how.