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Preparing for the independent workforce

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What happens when companies no longer favour candidates adorned with the accolades of formal education over the wit and abundance of [more]

Why remote work isn’t working for you

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The way we organise the modern workplace seems entirely backwards when compared to the life of the modern worker. 24/7 [more]

Writing content that answers questions

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Whether it’s informing a purchase, studying for an exam, or deciding where to go on holiday, the search engine is [more]

Why your mobile site converts less than desktop

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Despite more people than ever accessing the web from mobile, many businesses mobile sites are still lagging way behind their [more]

Minimal marketing: Why less is always more

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Ads are everywhere. So much so that it’s questionable if it’s worth competing against them all. But if one thing’s [more]

AR goes mainstream

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Ever since Pokemon Go, AR has been slowly but surely taking over social media. Everyone wants a piece of its [more]

A New Era of Audio Content Marketing

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For a long time, the content part of content marketing has been synonymous with the written word. Blogs, sales pages, [more]

Why Data Privacy Matters

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With such recent events such as the Cambridge Analytica scandal and the Canva hack, data privacy has become an increasingly [more]

Social Media Platforms to Watch in 2019

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Social media is changing. Discussions are being had around whether posts should be pre-reviewed by experts before they’re published. Bills [more]

Should You invest in Pay-Per-Click advertising (PPC)?

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When doing anything online, it’s all too easy to get dragged in by the loud voices that claim they know [more]

How to Waste Less Time

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Some people are just born with a prolific work ethic and a deep capacity to get things done. But most [more]

We don’t want (or need) your data

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We need clients, we need enquiries about new opportunities. We don’t need piles of pointless data, we don’t operate that [more]

Committed to a maximum 25-hour working week

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Folks often ask us why our working window is from 10 am to 4 pm and, I guess, we sometimes [more]

The return of the “slacker”

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Life sure seems hard. A full-on race to craft the perfect Insta existence, every hour spent chasing engagement (whatever that [more]

To pay or not to pay for your news?

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The news is broken. More people are feeling alienated from the journalism they see. Less people are finding coverage particularly [more]

Does male or female marketing matter in a gender fluid age?

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In 2019, the idea that there are only two genders is archaic and obsolete. Gender is a spectrum of “zies”, [more]

The Forgotten Art of Non-Doing

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The concept of wú wéi, often translated as “non-doing”, is one of the more recent and trickier to grasp ideas that’s been [more]

Creating content in a mobile-first world

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The layout of your website is responsive. There are no intrusive pop-ups on tablet or mobile. You’ve compressed your images, [more]

Why more information is not always better

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Managing information used to be a problem reserved for newspapers and librarians. But with the dawn of the information age, [more]

Understanding a post-capitalist world

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It is widely accepted that the traditional neoliberal capitalist model is dying. It doesn’t have long to live. It’s not [more]