So, you've read the previous blog posts on paid and earned method for improving your search ranking, plus how to boost web visitors and maximise your use of social media. Now it's time for the action plan, right?
Even though it has only been a handful of decades since the first email was sent, we now live in a world where life without it is unimaginable. Shouldn't we think of social media in exactly the same way?
We'll start with an interesting example from a book called Epic Content Marketing by Joe Pulizzi. A company that sells and installs fibreglass pools runs a blog that answers questions about all kinds of pools – not just fibreglass ones.
The TB Marketing team got fancy last weekend, and got out the glad rags for a formal black tie awards gala for the FLTA awards, to honour the fork lift industry’s best in Environment, Ergonomics, Safety, Innovation and Safe Site.
PaxLift, a new Person of Restricted Mobility (PRM) transporter from Italian manufacturer, Baumann, has been granted a new European patent status ahead of its launch in early 2017.
When Invicta Forks & Attachments asked team TB marketing to shoot a video displaying a Telehandler Scrubber attachment on a Wednesday in early November, the last thing we expected was snow.
How much is a forklift? As sarcastic but savvy salespeople might put it – how long is a piece of string? Most businesses look for a ballpark figure when pricing up the addition of forklifts to their fleet, and if that’s what you’re looking for, the approximate cost is around £75 per week. However, if you want to know what points to consider before committing to hiring or purchasing forklifts, we have listed them here for you.
Best known for his adage, “Work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion” former 1950s civil servant, C. Northcote Parkinson, has passed into business folklore as a wry observer of corporate culture. So much so that the law has even gone global, as Mikhail Gorbachev observed in 1986, when Alessandro Natta complained about a swelling bureaucracy in Italy, “Parkinson's Law works everywhere".
It's sometimes easy to forget how exotic and mysterious the Internet seemed just a few years ago. Rummaging through the archives I found this little beauty from a 1997 issue of the Yorkshire Post business supplement, quoting me on my searching prowess. Judging by the amount of fax-related ads in the issue, the YP were obviously a little behind the curve when coming up with this story. It came about when trying to get a bit of extra coverage for my old friends at Toyota, but the journalist was more interested in the magic box that allowed me to find a set of public accounts. My reaction now, and probably then too, was something like "The Yorkshire Post! They actually ran this?! Wait a minute, 'tech-head'?!" Now I don't know which comment to be impressed about the most, my sweeping [...]
TB Marketing’s two Ash’s, Aislin and Ashley, took a trip to the North East to visit a happy new Windsor customer… Nixon Hire, a leading provider of plant and site equipment with bases throughout the UK, has taken delivery of a fleet of Doosan D110 forklifts for its 14 depots. Nixon Hire is the epitome of a family-run business that has grown into a market leader. Thanks in no small part to the hard work and vision of its founder, John Nixon, the company now employs over 310 people, has numerous bases throughout northern England and Scotland as well as a presence in the Middle East. […]
:Ten Tips For Working With Overseas Clients A few years ago (okay it was 17), the ad agency I was working at belonged to a formal international network of agencies that would rely on one another if a client wanted work doing in more than one country. Well, that was the plan at least. Perhaps the Chairman got a nice weekend break out of it, but otherwise it was impossible to maintain much of a relationship with 20-odd other overseas businesses, and as far as we could tell, the things we had in common, other than belonging to the same network, were nil. Being able to produce consistently good work was tough, especially when the international work was like a French steak, pretty rare. […]