Blogging

Well you don’t need me to tell you that we’re currently going through something quite unprecedented. When was the last time we couldn’t go to the football, sit in the pub or go to the gym? (ok last one I’ve never done but shh!) The point is we have an emergency on our hands and we all have to play our part in helping others and protecting yourself and those around you.  But I don’t want to be too doom and gloom today as there’s enough of that. This is a serious situation. Everyone should be listening to the Prime Minister’s

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is something everyone should know a little bit about. As a warning, I am not writing this blog claiming to be an SEO expert, but I am writing based on personal experience. My first tip before we even get into the blog is make sure you have a look at the free courses on Google as there are some great ones. So what does SEO mean for you? The more time and sometimes money you spend on your search engine optimisation means the bigger return you or your business is likely to receive. So when you enter the

Social Media is such a good way of getting in touch with your customers because it helps you talk directly to them, but good content can be so expensive. I don't mean just cold hard cash either, because you can spend as much money as you like boosting posts or bidding for space. I mean the time you spend learning to create content, actually making it, then all the research and the analysis that you should do after. We don't often measure the cost of social media including our time and energy, and we should. About 74% of Facebook users

We’re a few weeks into 2020 now and if you’re like most you have probably only just caught up from the post-christmas to do list! And if I'm honest today I’m probably just going to add to your to do list - but it’s all for good reason so stick with me… It's all about visual marketing! You’ve probably heard before lots of people telling you to do more visual marketing for your business, either video or pictures, or an infographic maybe, but it’s not a quick fix. Especially if you’re juggling running a business or, if you’re self employed, a tax

Adam Wood - Website & Design Expert. January! What a month and who asked for it? No one! But here we are, and if you remember before Christmas I wrote a blog on winding down and I was very very excited for it. However now I am back in the office, it's hard getting back into the routine of it! With an office move happening at the end of the month and working on some big projects, I feel very overwhelmed but I have seemed to crack getting back into the swing of things. As an office we are very excited to

Firstly, Happy New Year! As we enter 2020 it’s important we all do two things. 1) Set goals and targets for the year ahead. 2) look back at our successes and lessons learnt across the last 12 months. I’m going to focus on the latter for today - our New Year’s Day blog.  intoitMEDIA has now been in business for 17 months and entered 2019 having worked with three clients. We’re proud to say that we’ve worked with lots of new clients, helping the business go from strength to strength. The first being Sunderland City Council on the Sunderland Shorts

Christmas is just about to hit us well and truly in the face and I haven’t even started Christmas Shopping (Ooops)! We are closing the office for two weeks over Christmas and the New Year period and the idea of trying to put my autoresponder on and switch the notifications off on my emails terrifies me! When you run your own business, it's like having a small child, however, it is important to switch off and spend time with those around you without the worry of work in the background. First off make sure you tell your clients that are you

We’ve had a new website for a little while now, and have been thinking about a blog for an even longer time. Blogs are really useful for a lot of reasons, including SEO, brand authority, and even just helping to keep your customers up to date. intoitMEDIA DirectorsPictured left to right (Ethan Lowerson-Marshall, Abbie Burgess, Adam Wood) They can be a lot of work, but we’ll share our top tips to make blog writing easier! We’ve all seen blogs that haven’t been updated in 6 months, and they look awful. And there’s no reason to let that happen. That’s the reason