The Good Foundations Series: Credibility

The Good Foundations Series: Credibility

So, this is number three, so far, we have covered Clarity and Identity, now it’s time to talk about Credibility. But, before we do that, what do you think of the Good Foundations series? We want to hear your thoughts on this series of posts, do you agree with our...
The Good Foundations Series: Identity

The Good Foundations Series: Identity

It’s time for the big reveal on ‘Identity’, the next in our Good Foundations blog series, which is based on our marketing framework of the same name. Our experience of work as marketing managers, and the projects we have done with a wide range of service-based...
The Good Foundations Series: Clarity

The Good Foundations Series: Clarity

Last week we introduced the idea behind our marketing framework: Good Foundations. It’s our belief that there are 6 characteristics that every service-based business needs to demonstrate to pass through the ‘vetting’ process that all buyers consciously or...
A Corporate Gift Is Not Just For Christmas

A Corporate Gift Is Not Just For Christmas

If you are busy ‘making a list, and checking it twice’, you’ll be only too aware that it’s that time of year when all businesses, great and small send their valued clients and contacts a card, a corporate gift, or are maybe even putting on a festive get-together to...
11 Steps to Create a Powerful Case Study that Converts

11 Steps to Create a Powerful Case Study that Converts

One way to help your prospect to understand the benefits that your business can offer, fast, is to create a powerful case study. Case studies are an effective tool for service-based businesses who need to show that they understand the problems that their customers are...
Why it’s best to double down on what you’re good at

Why it’s best to double down on what you’re good at

Picture the scene. It’s 1984. Legwarmers are BIG news. It’s Saturday morning, and having watched Noel Edmonds Multi-Coloured Swap Shop, I’m on my way to Gymnastics Club.

I don’t particularly like gymnastics, but as one of three highly chatty sisters, my parents wanted at least one of us out of the house at all times; we did lots of clubs.