How creative digital content enables success for UK small business and local business

In the days before Google, directories, listings and forums were the means to find brand-new content on the fast-growing web, finding information about an area you were working in came from magazines and often required subscriptions to trade journals and research centres. For small businesses and local businesses, the threatRead More …

Do you need a small business website upgrade? 4 questions to find out

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For many small businesses or businesses that function primarily offline, updating a website can seem a costly extravagance in what remains an economic time of austerity. Yet we are also in the digital age, and your website is used in much the same way a business card used to be.Read More …

8 myths about SEM and SEO for Small Business

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Search Engine Marketing (SEM) is a wide-reaching phrase that refers to marketing your website on Google, Yahoo and other search engines through paid and organic results. It comprises of search engine optimisation – better known as SEO – and pay per click advertising techniques that work together to help yourRead More …

Social Media Exchange Helps Marketing Goal Delivery for Third Sector Organisation and Charity Clients

The 2015 Social Media Exchange (#SMEX15) focussed on ‘Being The Story’. It took place on Monday 9th February 2015 at Resource For London Islington and is run by leading third sector and charity focussed SoundDelivery – an award winning agency at the forefront of training and consultancy for organisations lookingRead More …

Bristol Street Art adds Marketing Depth to City

One of the best things for a Marketing agency based in Bristol is the creativity you can see all over the city. Bristol has long been seen as a creative hub and Bristol Mayor George Ferguson (Independent) has been quoted as saying he wants to create the label of “CreativeRead More …

Marketing Pay Gap Narrows Between Men and Women

According to Marketing Week Magazine, the average pay gap between men and women in the marketing sector has shrunk over the last year. The information comes from the Marketing Week’s annual Salary Survey. Shockingly, a statistic that does few favours for the marketing industry is that men still get paidRead More …

How a Small Business Blog Boosts Online Marketing

Give your business an online personality Here at Bristol Marketing, we’re investing time and effort in maintaining our business blog. We believe that maintaining a quality company blog should be a key part of a company’s online marketing mix because it adds value to your brand. What’s more, with recent updates toRead More …

Bristol Marketing – Getting Social with Media

Social media is still a growing marketing phenomena. It’s helped change business practice forever, getting businesses to share information and knowledge rather than hoard it for private use on behalf of their customers. At Bristol Marketing, we’re leading the way in bringing local Bristol businesses to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and Youtube,Read More …

Flexibility Gives Bristol Businesses a Marketing Edge

Flexibility is set to be one of the business buzzwords of 2015. Businesses that can be flexible in terms of providing exact needs of individual customers and be available at the time the customer calls going to steal a march on their competition. This should be great news for smallRead More …

5 Ways Small Business Can Compete with The Big Boys’ Marketing

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As a small start-up business, Bristol Marketing needs to be able to compete with established larger marketing agencies if we’re going to stay in business and make an impact here in Bristol. Our team have plenty of experience working as part of a start-up business and in small business andRead More …