How To Use Local Events To Promote Your Business Online

Posted on 6 August 2015

How To Use Local Events To Promote Your Business Online

If your local area is famous for hosting events that bring in the masses, did you know you can use this to your advantage in order to promote your business online? Not only will it increase your brand awareness, it could also help to generate fresh custom as new audiences flood your local area.

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5 Shropshire Businesses That Are Nailing It On Twitter

Posted on 2 July 2015

5 Shropshire Businesses That Are Nailing It On Twitter

You don’t have to be a giant corporation with hundreds of employees to run a successful business. And the same goes for your Twitter account. Plenty of smaller, local businesses are absolutely smashing it on Twitter, just by being active, talking to people, supporting each other and quite simply, being social. And, as we all know, this is what social media’s all about; the clue’s in the name, after all.

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What It Means To “Go Viral” & How It Can Affect Your Business

Posted on 22 May 2015

What It Means To “Go Viral” & How It Can Affect Your Business

Going viral. You may have heard the phrase in passing but if you’re not 100% sure what it means, we’re here to make things a little clearer. In this article, we’ll explain what going viral actually means and show you a few examples where something small has grown rapidly, spreading like wildfire across the world; even things stemming from smaller locations such as the recent events that took place in our home county of Shropshire.

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4 Tips for Content Marketing from William Shakespeare

Posted on 23 April 2015

4 Tips for Content Marketing from William Shakespeare

Today marks the birthday and, unfortunately, the death day of William Shakespeare. And here at Vibe, we wanted to honour the famous Bard by turning to him for tips in online marketing.

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Glossary & Jargon Buster

Posted on 14 April 2015

Glossary & Jargon Buster

With all the terms that get thrown around in the online marketing industry, it’s no wonder that things can become a little confusing. Sometimes, you just need someone to explain clearly and concisely what something actually means.

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15 Annoying Twitter Habits You Should Stop Right Now

Posted on 30 March 2015

15 Annoying Twitter Habits You Should Stop Right Now

Let’s face it. We all have that one friend on social media who somehow manages to annoy the hell out of us every time they post something. Unfortunately though, some brands have the exact same effect on their followers.

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5 Advantages of Investing in Responsive Web Design

Posted on 12 March 2015

5 Advantages of Investing in Responsive Web Design

By now, it’s likely you’ve heard all about responsive web design. You’re familiar with what it is and everyone’s telling you to invest in it, but you’re just not sure why you should. In a bid to help make things clearer, here are 5 reasons that will help explain the benefits and advantages of responsive web design.

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Google Confirms Mobile-Friendliness Will Be A Ranking Signal

Posted on 27 February 2015

Google Confirms Mobile-Friendliness Will Be A Ranking Signal

So everyone’s been speculating about it for a while now. Is the mobile-friendly factor soon going to become a ranking signal in Google’s algorithm?

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Am I Hacked or Am I Not Hacked?

Posted on 26 February 2015

Am I Hacked or Am I Not Hacked?

Am I hacked or am I not hacked? That is indeed the question and for website owners everywhere, the idea of being hacked is a scary prospect. But for some businesses, this fear has recently become a reality.

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Blogging For a Small Business – Should You Do It?

Posted on 13 February 2015

Blogging For a Small Business – Should You Do It?

The short and simple answer to this question is yes. But for those who need a little more convincing, our six top reasons below will convince you about the powers of blogging for a small business and, before you know it, you won’t be able to stop yourself from tapping away at those keys.

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