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Why brand styling is important for social media

Styling your brand for social media

August 21st, 2018 Posted by Social Media 0 comments on “Styling your brand for social media”

Styling Your Brand For Social Media

Once you’ve mastered the basics of social media – you’re active on multiple platforms, your profiles are looking polished and professional, you’re engaging meaningfully and consistently and building your audience – you can begin to focus on the dynamics of starting to create a unique brand voice and identity.
The importance of marketing onl Facebook during the holidays

Why you shouldn’t STOP your Marketing over the Holiday Season

November 29th, 2017 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Why you shouldn’t STOP your Marketing over the Holiday Season”

Why You Shouldn't STOP Your Marketing Over the Holiday Season

Hello from The Lambs! We hope you are all getting excited for a busy and profitable Festive season as well as a well-deserved holiday. Something we’ve been noticing lately is that many businesses often choose to tone down or even take a break from their Social Media or online marketing efforts over the Festive Season and we can’t understand why!
Facebook, Instagram, Linked In - it can be confusing deciiiding which social media platforms to choose for your business

Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn… Eeek I don’t know!

July 20th, 2017 Posted by Social Media 24 comments on “Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn… Eeek I don’t know!”

Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn... Eeek I Don't Know!

In this Digital age, it is so easy to find yourself overloaded with information, especially when it comes to getting your Business or Brand out there and online. When you’re first starting out can be the time you allow yourself to experiment, have fun and get creative but with that said, if you have limited time and resources, it would benefit you to choose one platform and do it well! Many small businesses fall into the trap of trying to be everywhere at once but this only ends up making their brand seem haphazard and disjointed.