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Infographic: What you need to know about SEO in 2018

Key insights to help you with your SEO strategy. The rules for SEO are constantly changing. Thanks to our friends at seotribunal.com this handy infographic will help you stay abreast of some of the most important facts about SEO. Key insights from the infographic; Google…

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Choice, the evolution of a brand.

More than a rebrand. There’s been something interesting going on at Choice. More than a logo refresh, it seems the stalwart reviewer is starting to develop its activist side. While Choice is known for its product reviews and buying guides more than it’s disruptive activist…

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Short film; a brilliant brand storytelling asset

The Power of Brand Storytelling on Film. Goodwin & Goodwin are a creative sign company based in North London. They recently worked with film makers; Reuben Armstrong and Jamie Neale to create a short promotional film about their business. In this short film we get…

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Google’s Material design promotes uniformity

Looking at the new launch videos for Google’s new Material design, I can’t help but feel they are locking the platform into uniformity. For all the talk of tailoring the look and feel of your apps brand, the tools provided seem at first glance to…

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Finding the rhythm in life

Last weeks post was a bit heavy, so here’s something light and beautiful to inspire you. A little bit of Monday eye candy. A short film by Páraic Mc Gloughlin called Arena: A brief look at the earth from above using the patterns and rhythms we…

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April Fools Day – A Great Opportunity for Brand Tomfoolery

Brands that made me smile. For all brands, finding a reason to connect with their audience in an authentic and emotionally relevant manner is gold. April Fools day presents that opportunity, embraced each year by many of my favorite brands. here are a few from…

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6 Online Branding Disasters And What We Can Learn From Them.

Today’s guest post is an article written by brand marketing expert and writer, Victoria Greene. Having a credible online presence is critical for brands of every shape and size — but your brand messaging needs to be on point if you’re going to actually engage…

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Truly Deeply named best Branding Blog in Australia and the fourth best Agency Branding Blog in the world.

A little recognition It’s always nice to get some external recognition of the something we are so passionate about. We’ve been channeling our insights, interest and love for all things brand design into our blog since 2009. We have built a community of almost 200,000…

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Brilliant Brand Positioning from The New York Times

Taking a stand to stand out. The New York Times’ recent campaign has created something of a storm on social media where this clip has had more than 37 million views alone. A newspaper taking the high moral ground for truth in such a complex…

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Our Public Sector Week branding and event activation design

A big, bold brand for an event for big ideas IPAA Victoria Public Sector Week 2017 is the only event that brings together the entire Victorian public sector in one location to drive fresh thinking and a create a better future for all Victorians. The…

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5 Reasons: Why your brand is not able to target Millennials?

Today’s guest post is a ripping article by George Mackenzie from Sydney-based digital agency Octos. Millennials are possibly the hardest of all market segments for brands to engage with. The group is diverse in age, interest and the way they self identify, making them something…

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Brands celebrate Twitter’s new 280 character count

For those who missed it, Twitter recently increased their character count from 140 to 280. This means that Twitter users (and brands) are now able to say twice as much on the social media platform as they previously could. A number of brands took the…

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