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Posted on 13th December, 2017 in Marketing

With so much new shiny software coming out on a daily basis, it can be tempting to jump ship at the first sign of an early adopter invitation. But can jumping software do your startup more harm than good? Switching software requires time for on-boarding and training people as well as extra time for people to get used to them.

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Posted on 11th October, 2017 in Marketing

We don’t want to imply you can’t do it all, but as The Beatles said, “I get by with a little help from my friends.” And if you’re a marketing manager, who should those friends be? Every marketing manager should have some backup waiting for them in their little black book for when a crisis (or even just a normal Tuesday) strikes.

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Posted on 3rd August, 2017 in Marketing

In the healthcare sector, setting a budget at the start of the project can improve its chances at success and make for a better campaign. It is easy to fall into the trap that having an unlimited budget can be better than not having one at all but there are many benefits to having a budget set in advance at the start of a project. We look at the reasons budgets can help make your campaign a better one.

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Posted on 8th July, 2017 in Marketing

Now that you’ve been crushing your social media plan, gaining new followers organically and getting engagement on your content, you might be wondering what’s next. Organic reach can only go so far. What about Facebook ads?

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Posted on 23rd March, 2017 in Marketing

If SEO seems a bit mysterious, that’s because it is (kind of!). But it doesn’t have to be. While it isn’t a pure science and there’s no guarantees, there are still actions that can be taken to make your site friendlier to search engines and to visitors alike. The good news is optimising your site is a bit like a snowball. The more momentum you give it, the bigger your efforts grow.

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Posted on 3rd March, 2017 in Marketing

Here at the Cargo office something we’ve been up to lately is working with clients on their search engine optimisation or SEO. And one of the things we find most interesting when speaking with small businesses about SEO is the variety of perceptions around SEO. From these conversations and much internal chat in the office, we have decided to start a series of blog posts about SEO, specifically focusing on small businesses. This is the first post in our new series that will help you better understand and leverage SEO to improve their digital footprint and build traffic to their website. Today we’re starting off by looking at what to expect from SEO.

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Posted on 3rd November, 2016 in Brand, Illustration, Design, Social Media, Development, Digital, Marketing

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