Here on the southern Gold Coast there a couple of places the local council puts on free music in the summer. At Pirate Park, Burleigh Hill and Buskers by the Creek. You’d rock along with a picnic, sit on the grass and take in the tunes. The local councillor, Daphne McDonald, was a big fan […]
Simply wonderful activation by WestJet.
Ever sat back and thought to yourself what the hell are AdWords all about! Well luckily for you one oif resident AdWord geniuses, Chloe, has put together an article that explains everything you need know about using AdWords. We want to make sure you know what types of questions to ask your agency so that […]
Do “Did you forget something?” emails work when web visitors abandon their online shopping carts? In a word, yes. Earlier this month (5th November) we set up Abandoned Cart functionality, between a client’s online shop and their Mailchimp account. Mailchimp sends a simple “Did you forget something?” email to people 6 hours after they abandon […]
With Christmas coming up fast, we’ve put together a range of options to “Christmasfy” your logo, web site, Facebook and more. See the PDF here for full details. Ho, ho, ho!
Our business has been going for almost 21 years now and we’ve done everything from huge national TV ad campaigns to amazing PR to sponsoring national sporting teams. But I still get a kick out of seeing our ads pop up when you’re walking down the street. This is an ad that first got rejected […]
Chloe and I ventured down to Sydney on Friday for lunch with clients who have a thriving generators business. Both sales and service. Lunch was at the delicious The Paper Mill in Liverpool. Fabulous use of what was an old paper mill. The restaurant boasts a ranmge of outlets from pizza to Lebanese food to […]
This sign is great marketing. It’s great marketing because of context. You see, it’s on the way up to a cliff-top lookout at Shelly Beach at Manly, NSW. Look outs are, sadly, a place where people can struggle. So a sign like this on the way up may offer some hope. Relevant and makes sense. […]
I’ve seen this happen a few times now in business over the past 20 years. A commitment to excellence is the only way.