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Brighton SEO 2021

Brighton SEO has long been one of my favourite events. Big scale, well organised, great content, brilliant socials and easy to get to…
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The Hundred – A Marketing View On Cricket’s New Format

When you have a hammer, everything looks like a nail. I’ve no idea who first said this, but it feels relevant for me…
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Supporting The Parents Promise

A campaign to change how we view co-parenting post separation. I'm proud that Eximo Marketing has been part of the Positive Parenting Alliance,…
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‘Humaning’ – No I Don’t Know What It Means

I honestly don't like writing blogs about stuff that annoys me. My approach in life is to focus on the positives and celebrate…
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Secrets To Growing Your Agency (Live Podcast With Four People Who Have Been There And Done It)

Have you ever wanted to know how to grow an agency? I reckon the best way to find out is to ask people…
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Our New Mission: Strategy x People = Performance

Since launching I’ve used the mission statement “success starts with strategy” It was a rallying cry and campaign line as well as a…
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7 Questions

At the time of writing, I’ve been in marketing for almost 20 years. My views on the discipline have evolved a bit over…
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Lessons From My Marketing Mistakes

That Meeting With The Chairman I spent an hour last week talking to Matt Thompson from Best of Belfast podcast. He's pretty good when it comes…
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The Black Edition – The Strategy Sessions Live

On Tuesday 16 June, we took the Strategy Sessions podcast live. Steaming live on YouTube, Andi hosted Leah Clark, Rand Fishkin, Isha Edwards, Heather…
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Should We Launch a New Channel? Use Your ARM to Work it Out.

If you’re reading this post I guess you fall into one of three categories: You’ve seen / heard me promote it on my…
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