New Website Launch – Fun:Bikes

Rob Willis Marketing

This month we had the exciting pleasure of launching the brand new Fun:Bikes website design. We have helped to develop an eCommerce site which accommodates individuals to browse and purchase items with ease. Our design and development team worked closely with the Fun:Bikes team to provide a bespoke platform tailor made to suit their needs, with Eventure advising on how to …

Why It Pays To Market Your Business On Instagram

Rob Willis Marketing

Facebook still maybe a key player when it comes to a marketing strategy but there’s an app lurking in the background ready to take the throne. No, it’s not new but the days of this app being used by the selfie generation has developed into a game changer for every business. Click download and welcome Instagram into your marketing portfolio. …

Introducing Socl – A Simple Guide To Using The New Social Networking Site From Microsoft

Rob Willis Marketing

It’s not had a huge fanfare, but Microsoft has branched out by creating its own version of a social network – Welcome to Socl, an online gallery designed to bring visual and textual messages together. Pronounced as “social”, it is powered by the Microsoft search engine Bing to create “rich, visual collages” using the inbuilt search engine to display your …

Why your business should utilize Google+

Rob Willis Marketing

With the evolvement of web 2.0 social media has become increasingly popular to the point where 62% of the world’s 2billion internet users are using it frequently. Gone is the time where setting up a social profile for your business is optional, it’s now required for two reasons: Marketing; Social media helps entice customers to your website. It can also …

Using Social Media Without Fans Or Friends

Rob Willis Blog

There are two kinds of people in the world: those who think there are two kinds of people in the world and those who don’t. In the social media world, there is a third group trapped between the plugged-in “Twitterati” and the shrinking group that remain unaware of it even existing. This middle group know social media is important: They …