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Video: do American Psycho

At we love video and we love a good joke. So, we've utilised our obviously Oscar worthy acting skills to bring you our latest parody, American Psycho. Just because we can.

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Top Tips to promote your brand on Twitter

If you're new Twitter, getting involved in order to promote your business can seem a bit daunting. Here are our top tips for pushing your brand on this social network.

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Who's been using your art?

Dan Olivier-Argyle is an illustrator and artist and he has discovered a clever little way to find out if your artwork has been stolen or is being used elsewhere without your permission and he wants to tell you all about it.

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It's finally here, our very own Ebook full of great marketing tips to help you get your business successfully off the ground.

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Top tips for Greeting Card design

Our designer is here with her top tips for Greetings Card design.

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Promotional competitions

Gemma May Hotchkiss is back, this time she's here with some top tips on how to start and run promotional competitions to boost your brand awareness.

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Ebook competition brings marketing tips to life

Our new Ebook is full of marketing tips and tricks to help small business and we want to hear your advice too.

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Keeping your customers happy online via social media

More and more people are using social media as a direct point of contact to the companies and brands they love but it's not always easy keeping everyone happy. Here's a quick checklist on how you can keep your customers happy online.

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Launch of the first National Business Planning Week

The first National Business Planning Week is about to begin, are you getting involved?

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DIY PR for small businesses

Press exposure is great for business. But if you don’t have the budget for a PR person or agency, you could still secure a bit of coverage. Here’s communications professional Alison Smith’s how-to guide to reaching out to the media.

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