By now, most businesses are starting to understand how important marketing is for acquiring and retaining customers. Yet many of them don’t have an integrated plan to grow and engage their audiences effectively. Why? We suspect the sheer scale and scope of marketing might be enough to put you off. [...]
As enthusiastic early adopters of new digital technology, Hyped Marketing are delighted to announce that we now accept Bitcoin for our marketing services!
There’s no doubt that the latest news in the social media world has shocked everyone, clients such as Twitter themselves have seen a huge shake-up in their followers, losing 7,700,000. Twitter have said that the big purge is not about targeting individual users, but about eliminating the bots and the [...]
How will GDPR affect your marketing lists? Many marketers are worried about how to get consent from customers and prospects, so they can continue to send marketing communications to them. Here Jamie Barlow discusses how to improve your opt in rates.
Find out what our team say about working at Hyped Marketing in Farnham and how we are taking on board their feedback to create a great place to work.
It's not rocket science, if you aren't using the right marketing channels for your business you're going to struggle to attract customers. Advice for getting it right in this post from Jamie Barlow.
Farnham-based Stop and Stare Marketing and Seventeen Six have merged to create a new digital marketing design agency, Hyped Marketing.
December sees the annual ‘review of the year’ blog posts and articles clogging up the Internet, and this year there seems to be a gloomy theme to many of these.
What do you want your business’ marketing activities to achieve? More customers? Increased profits? Global expansion? The opportunity to sell the business on? All admirable goals but we’re missing a step.
What metrics can you use to measure offline marketing campaigns? In this post Jamie shares ways of tracking your print, event and other offline activities so that you can see what's working and what's not.