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Campaigns

6 very good reasons not to plan influencer campaigns in August

We made a terrible mistake and planned not one, but two influencer campaigns for a client in August. TWO. Now, because we’re shit-hot at what we do they did both come together nicely in the end. Very nicely in fact. Here’s an ad for one, which saw a beautiful partnership between The Royal British Legion

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Freelance Life

The essential mental health toolkit for social media manager wellbeing

It’s no secret that we’re digital marketing experts with mental health issues. We’re bold about it. It’s not going to go away, and so all we feel like we can do is check in with professionals, spread mental health awareness and, frankly, own the conditions that frequently hamper our lives. We don’t reckon there’s much

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Content Generation

This is why your fear of running webinars will NOT serve you

Every time we think about running our next webinar, a great big wave of fright washes over us. We have a real fear of running webinars, despite being quite unintimidated by public speaking and slapping our faces all over social media. Why we’re keen to Webinars are in our social media strategy right now, you

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Freelance Life

7 mic-drop social media facts that’ll help you prove your worth

Need a few dazzling social media facts to throw in an ignorant conversationalists’ face? We’ve got you covered. We’ve all been chatting to that important but somewhat glib Department Director about our day job role, but are overwhelmingly aware that they think we’re kinda beneath them. Not because they’re mean or have delusions of grandeur,

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Content Generation

How to overflow your social media content inspiration bucket

Without a doubt, the reason we hear most for people being unwilling to run a social media feed is that they don’t feel they can write as many inspired posts as they require. And lots of them are probably right; keeping your social media content inspiration bucket overflowing is hard. Real hard. Even for those

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