Do brands have a mind of their own?

It's common to assume that copywriting is separate from branding. However, when you take away the logo and colour scheme of your favourite brands I'd wager that there is still something left behind; perhaps it's something subtle but it's undeniable that there's something there. I would go so far as to suggest that it is, … Continue reading Do brands have a mind of their own?

So you (hashtag) hate (hashtag) Twitter?

It's fleeting, it uses confusing 'hashtags' (like #awesomesauce), and it can give a new user a 'one voice in the crowd' sensation unlike any other social media platform. It's no huge surprise that many tried and true Facebook users steer clear of the platform, but are they missing out? There are a host of objections … Continue reading So you (hashtag) hate (hashtag) Twitter?

(1 reason) Why Facebook posts won’t share to other pages

A client recently encountered a new challenge on Facebook (something we've all experienced during a Facebook 'update' at some point). For some reason their (very much public) posts were not sharable on other business pages. When we tried sharing the warning message came up: "Sorry but the privacy setting on this page means that you … Continue reading (1 reason) Why Facebook posts won’t share to other pages


Reports are a standard part of our working lives. However, writing them doesn't have to be. It isn't 'cheating' to outsource some of the workload, leaving you to get back to the day to day practicalities of your work. My academic and corporate background familiarised me with a host of presentation formats to suit most … Continue reading Reports