Author Archives: Vaughan Gordon

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The Caterersearch Web Awards Are Coming!

By Vaughan Gordon

We are delighted to announce that we have been asked to judge the Caterersearch Web Awards coming up in November. Websites are selected for recognition based on excellence in criteria such as visual design, innovation, content, interactivity, ease of use and accessibility, commercial potential/success and overall experience. Take a look: <a title=”http://www.caterersearch.com/webawards blocked::http://www.caterersearch.com/webawards” href=”http://www.caterersearch.com/webawards”>www.caterersearch.com/webawards</a> &nbsp;

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Emap launch new job sites with help from VG&A

By Vaughan Gordon

VG&A has recently worked with publishing giant EMAP, creating the launch marketing campaigns for their new job sites.  We rolled out a range of marketing communications across online and offline channels for the construction and nursing sectors, two of their biggest recruitment markets. Traffic has already increased, with job-seekers checking out the sites for their
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Webinars for customer engagement and lead generation

By Vaughan Gordon

I’ve been hosting webinars recently and have been amazed at how well they are received. If the content is good and the presenter engaging then they are a great format. They are short – one hour or less – and you don’t have to leave your desk to participate. Participants learn a lot and can
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Is PowerPoint Sounding The Death Knell For The Art of Presentation..?

By Vaughan Gordon

“Death by Powerpoint” is an expression you may well have heard. Well, I speak from experience when I say that I have survived (only just) some of the most excruciating presentations, mainly because I sat too far away from the exit. How often have you sat through presentations, bored to tears because the presenter has
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Five Secrets to Successful Design

By Vaughan Gordon

We asked one of our designers, Mel Rees, to have a think about what clients can do to help designers meet their creative objectives and make the whole process as smooth as possible. We think they’re pretty straight-forward, but not thinking them through at the outset can make the whole creative experience slightly more stressful
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