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– Andrew Davis
Small Business Tips + Insights
The Marketing Blog
The Deearo Marketing Blog is full of small business tips, insights and guidance. From branding and website design, to social media management and advertising, we’ve got your marketing, design and strategy questions covered.
f you’re building your first small business website, it’s important to know what to include in order for it to be a great success! When designing your small business website, make sure it includes all of these 5 key components.
Understanding colour connotations and colour symbolism is key to being able to use colour to influence your consumer’s thoughts on your brand. This is an important skill to transform your brand’s image during a rebranding.
The brand wheel is a templated approach to help you understand your brand by breaking it down into these 5 categories: Attributes, Benefits, Values, Brand Personality & Brand Essence.
Having consistent branding is so important on and offline. Also, the idea that anyone, anywhere can recognise your brand even without a logo is so important.
Digital identity is what matters. You wouldn’t launch a new company without a logo, would you? So, why would you spend hours on your content and website to then upload a filtered and unprofessional selfie on your ‘About Me’ page or LinkedIn profile?
We are delighted to announce that Deearo Marketing has been shortlisted for the 2019 Social Enterprise Award for the Hertfordshire Business Awards sponsored by Knebworth Estate.
Why Your Business Needs to Create Content & How to Formulate a Strategy in 3 Easy Steps If you’ve got a question, who do you normally ask? Your friends? Family? Colleagues? But what happens when they don’t have the answer?… Most people normally Google it. (Or use a preferred search
How to Generate Demand for Your Business Demand can’t be generated by itself, there needs to be something driving that demand. Equally, drumming up business isn’t always easy, you need a strong understanding of your audience, their needs, what you can offer and a smart strategy and consistent execution for