Go on. Be our Social Media Manager.

October 7th, 2015 / Sophie Allen


This just in – we’re still on the lookout for a super cool and experienced Social Media Manager to take the helm on all our social media projects. Reckon that could be you? Read on, my friend, and get a glimpse of your glittering future…

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Vote for Eight Days in The Solutions Awards!

October 5th, 2015 / Sophie Allen

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Our work with Eight Days A Week Print Solutions has been shortlisted in two categories of The Solutions Awards. So, let’s get voting!

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Pernod Ricard plan for e-commerce domination

September 18th, 2015 / Leigh Campbell

Pernod Ricard have announced plans to develop their relationships with e-commerce, a space they say has yet to be dominated by any other drinks competitors.


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We love it when the people we’ve worked with announce plans for world e-commerce domination, and that’s exactly what Pernod Ricard have done recently.

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4 ways to improve your Instagram

September 16th, 2015 / Leigh Campbell

Instagram is great for businesses who want to express themselves creatively. People are visual, and they love to see the lifestyle created around your product.

There is an art to getting Instagram right, and we’ve already spoken about 3 brands that are hitting the bullseye.

While there isn’t a set formula to follow in order to gain followers and increase engagement, there are certainly a few things you can do to boost your chances.

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3 brands that are doing Instagram right

September 11th, 2015 / Leigh Campbell

Instagram may have started out as a way for people to let you know what they had for breakfast, but now it’s one of the most effective advertising platforms for brands looking to be creative.

1. Old Spice

We’ve mentioned in a previous blog post how much we loved Old Spice’s choose-your-own-adventure Instagram campaign, but we think it deserves a place on this list, too. By making use of Instagram’s tagging capabilities, Old Spice engineered a variety of stories that kept players gripped, and subtly promoted their product throughout. Genius, eh?


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