Wheatleys has won an award – and not just for fancy writing, but for the overall quality and value of our service.
And I even got to bring home a trophy!
The award is from TBT Marketing, a full-service agency with top B2B IT accounts like IBM, Lenovo and HPE. We’ve been one of their trusted content partners for 7 years now.
TBT has become one of our favourite agencies to work with, because as well as being lovely people, they’re great at what they do.
What they do (or at least, the bit we’re involved with) is create and manage multi-regional marketing campaigns for big IT vendors. With TBT, we’ve written web content, email campaigns, white papers and lots of other kinds of assets for many of the world’s most innovative technology companies – opportunities for which we’re really grateful.
Thank you so much for the recognition, TBT. The trophy is staying on my mantelpiece until I have to give it back in December!
If you’d like to know more about how Wheatleys can help with copy and content for IT marketing, please get in touch.
I love a good web quiz. They’re a fun way to pass a few minutes, and the best ones teach you something too.
A lot of people feel that way about quizzes, which is why they’re a great way for websites to interact with their users. Done right, a quiz draws in and qualifies new prospects. Everybody wins.
We’d never thought about making a web quiz for Wheatleys, because we assumed making one would either be a ton of work or an expensive bit of outsourcing. So quiz platform Interact was a real surprise, in the best possible way.
Now, full disclosure here: Interact sought us out, rather than the other way around. As I just said, I didn’t think quizzes were something we could do. But when Interact’s helpful marketing manager Jessmyn got in touch, it was the start of a great quiz-making experience.
Yes, this post is a bit of a plug. But if you’re thinking of making a web quiz you should read on, because Interact is genuinely a great way to do that. Continue reading “You want to make a web quiz? You need to try Interact!”
We haven’t put much energy into our Facebook page so far, but for the sake of our own self-respect we’d like to increase our likes count (it’s currently around 70).
So we’re going to try some Facebook ads. We want to reach 200 likes for starters — a nice round tally.
I’ve used Facebook ads before. I found it simple to use and pretty good value. If you’re new to it, we’ll try to guide you through the process in this post. We’ll also share our own results. Continue reading “What do you get for £10 with Facebook ads?”
Wheatleys recently set up new social media profiles on Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+ and Twitter to go with our re-brand. Now we want to start posting useful stuff across all those profiles. It’s a time-consuming business, so we figured we should give social media automation a try.
We used to use TweetDeck to schedule and deliver our posts, but it now only works with Twitter. So, after reading this post on the best SM automation tools, we thought we’d give dlvr.it a try.
Ideally we want to manage all our social media profiles in one place — and for free. After our experience with dlvr.it, we’re not sure that’s possible… but we might have found another good solution.
Here’s what happened. Continue reading “Is dlvr.it a good free social media automation tool? We tried it.”
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I was recently asked by a client to write and publish a couple of articles not on their blog, but in my own name on Linkedin and Medium.
It was my first time writing on either of those platforms, and I found some pleasant surprises. I would definitely consider publishing on both sites again, but which is best? Here’s what I found this time. Continue reading “Is it better to publish on Medium, Linkedin or your own blog?”