Are your social media feeds integrated with your website? Many of our clients have begun to use these feeds. It ensures their websites are updated and current at all times, encourages engagement and expands their community beyond the social media platforms. Here’s why we think you should consider it too! Keep your website up to date Your social feeds are
Norway is arguably one of RED’s favourite countries to visit. This time, Andy and Glenn were the lucky ones to represent our client Vanderlande in Bergen. Along the way, they found out about express security lanes, trolls and… ‘funiculars’. Sleek and secure In support of our client’s ‘World of Vanderlande’ campaign, we were asked to visit Bergen’s picturesque regional airport.
One of the many services we offer at RED is high-quality and engaging video content. This powerful marketing tool is being utilised more and more by our clients. The use across social media in particular leads to more click-throughs, higher engagement and increased shares. It is critical to include videos in your marketing activities, and will become more important in
RED has completed its first German-only advertising campaign on behalf of Hitachi Construction Machinery (Europe) NV and its authorised dealer for the country, Kiesel. After some independent research on the German market, RED was briefed on creating a series of ads targeted at the specialist trade press. Emphasising quality The winning concept – emphasising the quality of the Hitachi products
December is upon us and it’s time for businesses to start considering their digital marketing goals and strategies for the year ahead. Before you can think about the following 12 months, it’s important to consider emerging digital trends. We wanted to help give you the best possible start, so here’s what you can expect from 2017… Social media Images and
Social media and SEO have been cited as the most difficult tactics to execute when it comes to digital marketing. Ascend2 conducted a study (2016 State of Digital Marketing Survey), interviewing almost 300 marketing professionals to find out what they thought of the current landscape. The study highlighted the two areas as the most challenging to marketers, particularly because they