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Amazing Guerrilla Marketing Flashmob Makes London Sing

A recent project I have worked on that I think is worth sharing… 924 mince pies, 30 gospel choir singers (and a guitarist!) 11 members of team Xuber, 4 camera men, one giant Xuber banner… all made up the fantastic Xuber surprise which took place on 18th December 2012 to spread festive cheer and say … Continue reading

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WTF is 4D Marketing

You’re probably thinking, 4 dimensional marketing? Sounds like another bunch of buzzwords that will undoubtedly cost me money at some point. Wrong. The 4D methodology can be created from scratch (often expensive) or from recycling content that’s sitting right under your noses. So. What is 4D marketing and why should you care? Having spent the … Continue reading

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The Integrated Campaign Approach [INFOGRAPHIC]

I have spoken before about the importance of integrating marketing. I strongly believe that no single marketing channel is truly effective on its own. But what does an integrated campaign look like? Take a look at my latest infographic which goes through the campaign life cycle and its most important elements from conception to conversion. … Continue reading

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Marketing Trends for 2013 and beyond 2013

Where will your 2013 marketing focus be? You may have seen my post last year on my top 5 marketing trends for 2012 but for me, there is nothing like looking ahead so I have been thinking about 2013 and beyond and here are some of my marketing trend predictions looking beyond this year. 1. The Social … Continue reading

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Do you need a Social Community Manager? [Infographic]

Before we start, lets talk about the role of a community manager. The recent rise in social media cannot be argued. It’s adoption from individuals to businesses has been astounding. But at what point does a business need someone to not only manage social media, but manage a community within it? Typically a community manager … Continue reading

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My Latest Creation

Yes, it’s finally here, the new ONI website. After 3 pain-staking months of Photoshop, WordPress, cross-browser testing and hosting issues it’s alive!!! http://www.oni.co.uk Would love to hear your thoughts and feedback on a site built entirely in-house by a self-taught enthusiast: Me. For those that want some information on some of the site features, see … Continue reading

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The Growing Need for Marketing Specialists

Generic is no longer enough. The skill sets of marketing directors, managers, execs and assistants must be honed to specific areas of the marketing mix. Yes, it’s great to have an all-rounder, great to have someone who can try their hand at many different tasks but it’s a lot less valuable than having a dedicated … Continue reading

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Google Adds Real-Time Analytics – Shouldn’t The Social Channels Too?

I have been a big fan of Google Analytics and a regular user for about 8 years. The level of detail it provides on not only my visitors but their behaviour on websites I run is invaluable. I was excited last week to hear about probably the platform’s biggest development in the history of the … Continue reading

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WordPress – The App Store for Web Developers

Web development has come a long, long way in the past few years. I have paid agencies anything from £10-£15K for websites in the past but these days in my opinion are numbered. Let me explain why. I remember in the late 90’s using FrontPage, Microsoft’s ‘attempt’ at a web development tool. Whilst it never … Continue reading

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