Content, Design, Styles – Social Media Marketing – 2

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Technology in itself can’t solve any problems. Catt Small explores how to design digital experiences that do make a difference.

Source: Designing for social impact | Creative Bloq

We will create for you, from stock royalty free photos, 10 marketing illustrations, adding your logo, if you wish, and adding a tagline. All of this designed to promote your business, your event, creation, performance, product or service. We will use photos within our own stock at the time of order

Source: Creative marketing illustration – 10 pieces | Zeerk

Download dozens of free templates for Photoshop or Illustrator. Each of our free templates are easy to use & will help kickstart your next design project.

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Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Optimize your content by sticking in as many keywords as possible. Avoid keywords– write for people. Publish 20 posts a day with a maximum of 300 words. Publish one post a week with a minimum of 2000 words. Welcome to the history of content marketing.  What started as a way to […]

Source: [Infographic] Finding the write way: A history of content marketing | GetApp Lab

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Local Businesses – give them a go!

It is always good to support local businesses. They help make the local area thrive, make it live. Here are a few providing print supplies, office supplies, computer support, marketing, design and so much more. Sheffield has its moments, so does South Yorkshire – give us a go, give us a chance … we also tell glorious jokes! well I do!

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Route 1 Print is an online trade printer that specialises in digital, litho and wide format trade print. From Business Cards, Flyers and Booklets to Roller Banners and Exhibition Pop-Ups, Route One Print is perfectly positioned to be your new silent print partner.

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cleaning and other services – sheffield, South Yorkshire and beyond

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We will create for you, from stock royalty free photos, 10 marketing illustrations, adding your logo, if you wish, and adding a tagline. All of this designed to promote your business, your event, creation, performance, product or service. We will use photos within our own stock at the time of order

Source: Creative marketing illustration – 10 pieces | Zeerk

I will write a series of short, pithy, useful pieces of text that can be used for graphics, social media and other online and offline marketing. Similar to slogans they will add to your branding and marketing – giving you more buzz, zest and interest from buyers. They will add a creative and imagina

Source: 10 taglines, endlines, straplines | Zeerk

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Content, Design, Styles – Marketing – 2017 – 9

Things move on. If you want to reach new people, new clients and customers you need to be attractive, interesting, intriguing, entertaining, helpful – or a lot of other things. Putting yourself forward in the right way is just the start. Here are a few ideas to help. Below you will find what some believe to be the highlightable trends in design and beyond. F4mmedia can help with all such if you need it – social media, design, online marketing and more.

Each year we learn something new about design and 2016 was no different. After the last year article was a real success we decided to make some predictions for 2017, enjoy & share with the world.

Source: 2017 Design Trends Guide on Behance

The article giving insights into general principles of psychology which can help designers know users better and create user-friendly web and mobile interfaces.

Source: Psychology In Design. Principles Helping To Understand Users. | Tubik Studio

grunge and distress with a hint of colour, bonus patterns, psd’s, eps’s – something to add to your designs, backgrounds, texturesa bumper packexcitement, imagination – all fed

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A design bundle packed with goodies

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Design Trends — Content, Design, Styles, Marketing

When you are looking to get your message across it is important to bear a number of things in mind:

  • the make-up of the content you are putting out there, that it has the right written message as well as the right illustration
  • that the sorts of imagery sits well alongside the text, here not only graphics or photo illustration have an impact but also video which is becoming more and more important
  • that you are putting things out on the right channels, this means choosing out of not only your website or blog but also from a range of social media channels, some based around text, like twitter, some based around imagery, like pinterest and instagram, some based around video, like youtube and vimeo
  • all of this works better, as well, if those posts are timed properly, on a day and at a time that reaches the eyes, ears and minds of as many interested people as possible

Here are a few ideas:

One thing I’ve learned on social media is that what time you post something makes a big difference. While it’s not an exact science, picking when to post on social media is a good strat…

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via Muzli design inspiration

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Here – a local business helping other businesses with their needs. They supply, support and so much more.

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A design bundle packed with goodies

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An interesting visual presence above the scroll is the first impression a user gets of a website. Whether that user continues to click can depend on a number of things, including imagery, readability and overall interest in the content. This month we are looking at three trends that make a distinct first impression—dark color overlays on images, brutalism and hollow lettering styles. Here’s what’s trending in design this month: 1) Dark overlay on images It doesn’t matter if the hero image is still or moving, a dark color overlay can help even colors in a way that makes it easier to add text and other elements to a layer on top of the image. While this might sound like a shortcut at first, there’s a lot of value in this technique. The primary reason to opt for a color overlay is to enhance readability. Most images contain light and dark color variances, making it a challenge to add lettering that is readable on every device. Even if there’s a perfect placement for desktop wide screens,

Source: Essential design trends, February 2017 | Webdesigner Depot

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Content, Design, Styles, Marketing – 7

Gain powerful insights from your customers for your content marketing without the power of tech. Instead, start talking – Content Marketing Institute

Source: Need Engaging, Authentic Content? Unleash the Power of Conversations

Whenever we take on a new client we follow fairly usual steps – finding out what the client and their business are all about, imagining the sorts of styles and approach that fits well with them, then looking again at all such with a view to what they are looking to do over the next span of time, what they are introducing product or service wise, what they are putting on offer. Key to so much is the mindset of those you are trying to reach. For example there are styles of lightish humour that work well with some groups of people…

  • Des Bate, the greatest thing since sliced bread, well not really, but he does try hard, he does walk on water though, but only when it is 30 below …

Yes, it’s daft but there is either a faint smile or something of a groan hopefully accompanied by a ‘go on then, what are you going to say next…’ There is a reason why the christmas cracker has its appeal…

Similarly the style of design, colour and typography works differently with different groups of people. There is a psychology to it all. Sit and think well before you take the plunge … we are here to help. Here are a few more things to help you in your process and a few resources to boot –

Here are some key tips to help you get more out of Facebook in 2017.

Source: 10 Facebook Marketing Tips for 2017 | Social Media Today

We gathered here an excellent collection of 20 best script fonts you’ll definitely want to use in your current or upcoming projects.

Source: 20 Best Script Fonts For Designers

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Content – Design, Styles, Marketing – 6

The colour you use adds not only emotion but points to other basic areas of meaning. It is part of the message. It has its own psychology.

There is a real difference in the effects that, for example, a bright, full, basic colour will have upon someone looking at your content in comparison with that provoked by a softer, gentler, perhaps pastel shade will generate. There is a difference between the strident, blaring simplicity of one and the more subdued suggestions of the other. This can and should be echoed in the accompanying text. Are you shouting a statement or telling a story perhaps with a little decoration? Are you making a plain statement or suggesting a scene, a background, gesturing towards a series of feelings.

Color Theory 101: The Basics at Line25, your #1 web design blog.

Source: Color Theory 101: The Basics

Choosing a Palette in Photography.

Source: The Influence of Color. – The Art of Photography – Medium

Similarly your choice of illustration – accompanied by its own palette and the emotions it brings along – makes a statement, it aids in telling the story, it also suggests what all of your content should be bringing to the table. You are looking to have particular groups, segments of the viewing public relate to your content in an effectively positive way. One should reinforce the other and so on – colour, image, text, channel, timing.

Top 10 Predicted Design Trends for 2017 at Line25, your #1 web design blog.

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We recap 2016’s biggest stories, predict trends for 2017, celebrate the music of George Michael, share rants, raves, and more – Content Marketing Institute

Source: Google, Facebook to Purchase Content in 2017

This is the most comprehensive list of Twitter Marketing Tips on earth.Whatever your goals are, you’ll love this list!

Source: Twitter Marketing Tips: The Complete List – Get More Twitter Followers Boost your Twitter Marketing

small business owner creating content, graphics, marketing, also dj, vj and more

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Trends For 2017

At the end of one year and the start of another there are always predictions made about what is likely to happen, what will be popular, what will become successful in the coming year. Here is a round up of various suggestions in a number of fields.

 

With 2017 just a few days away, companies have begun charting their marketing plans. Content continues to be crucial but isn’t about who can produce the highest volumes anymore, it is about who can adapt to the diversity of multiple platforms and engage their audience across them.The compet

Source: 10 Top Content Marketing Trends For 2017 | DrumUp Blog

As 2016 draws to a close, I rounded-up 10 of what I believe will be the most important design trends of 2017.

Source: The Future is Now: 10 Design Predictions for 2017 | Creative Cloud blog by Adobe

New year, new design trends. One of the great things about web design is that it is constantly evolving. You can find trends or even just hints of things to come almost by chance as new ideas seem to populate all at once. This month’s examples are a lot of fun with websites using space in interesting ways, new online shopping experiences and the return of pastel color palettes. Here’s what’s trending in design this month: 1) Exaggerated use of space The right amount of space can make or break a design. Whether it is white, a background color or surrounds text or images, “empty” space in a design can speak volumes. Exaggerated use of space is one of those design trends that can be a lot of fun, and when used well it can be rather effective in helping users know just how to look at or use a website or app. Open space is an extension of minimal styles that have been popular for some time, but with one major exception: Rather than a symmetrical outline with space all around, these designs

Source: Essential design trends, January 2017 | Webdesigner Depot

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