Property marketing case study – Will Wright at White Space: Branding and video seeding

As part of my research into what’s happening (and, more importantly, what’s likely to be happening) in the fast moving world of property and real estate marketing, I spoke to Will Wright at White Space which specialises in serving national and regional bespoke residential developers http://www.whitespaceagency.com/  Q: Which of your Read More

2014-04-14T12:37:57+01:00April 14, 2014|Kim's Blog, Marketing, Property, Social Media, Strategy|

Property marketing case study – John Rushton at Small Back Room: Community, content and customer experience

As part of my research into what’s happening (and, more importantly, what’s likely to be happening) in the fast moving world of property and real estate marketing, I spoke to John Rushton, chairman of the property marketing and design consultancy Small Back Room  http://www.smallbackroom.com/  Tribes and Community – from Kazakhstan Read More

2014-04-11T11:20:48+01:00April 11, 2014|Kim's Blog, Marketing, Property, Selling, Social Media, Web Sites|

6 trends for marketers to watch – Compliance, video, creativity, social business, crowdsourcing and big data

As always, marketers are battling to keep up with all the changes driven by international, technological and economic upheaval. But here are six trends for marketers that caught my eye:  1.     Monitor UGC (User Generated Content) The Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) indicated that organisations MUST monitor comments, posts, videos and Read More

2014-02-17T09:52:14+00:00February 17, 2014|Kim's Blog, Management Skills, Marketing, Statistics and trends|

Book Review – “Share this – the social media handbook for PR professionals”

A book by Chartered Institute of Public Relations I’ve just completed a review (for Professional Marketing magazine) of this 240 page, 26 chapters (organised into eight parts) book which is written by over 20 PR experts and academics and developed from a series of summer workshops run by CIPR’s Social Read More

2013-08-15T19:07:33+01:00April 19, 2013|Accountants, Kim's Blog, Lawyers, Marketing, Social Media|

Hubspot’s “A practical guide to killer marketing content”

I like freebies. And this free guide is a quick and easy read http://offers.hubspot.com/download-a-practical-guide-to-killer-marketing-content (registration required to download). The contents are: Know your audience (Build buyer personas and buyer profiles) Conduct a content audit Map content to the buying cycle Create your editorial calendar 10 tips to create killer content Follow Read More

2013-08-15T14:16:54+01:00April 3, 2013|Kim's Blog, Marketing, Social Media|
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