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Have a read of the latest from the team's collective brains - our thoughts and feelings on all things digital.

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Do memes belong in your marketing strategy?

Memes dominate almost every social media platform. Love them or hate them, they’re inescapable. But can memes help you better connect with your customers?

Design by Committee (Festive Q&A with Rob and Amy)

A Christmassy question session with our ever-festive designers, Rob Marshall and Amy Waldren.

Director Jam Sesh (Q&A with Greg Smuk)

A delicious deep dive into agency life, website planning and supermarket jams with our technical director.

 

Splitpixel teams up with school in new green initiative

We’ve been tree planting with our friends at Middleton Primary School – take a look at our environmental efforts!

Web Developer VS Pumpkin (Q&A with Ash Kwil)

A spooky, All Hallows’ Eve-themed Q&A with our terrifying full stack developer Ash.

Interview with a Web Developer (Q&A with Jon Kidger)

Our senior web developer talks responsive websites, tables and sports in our first Q&A video.

Who’s using your website?

How do you carry out audience research and what do you use it for?

Five things to consider before you get a new website

Ready for a fresh look? Get the best from your investment by doing your homework first.

Will you lose your Google ranking if you get a new website?

No, you won’t – if you make the switch properly. Here’s our guide to website migration that won’t ruin your search rankings.

The website brief – why bother, and what we need to know

Do you really need to write a website brief? What will happen if you don’t? We’ve put together an infographic that goes through why it’s worth your time, and an overview of what an agency needs from you.

Website planning and search strategy for company mergers

While the company website is likely to be the last thing on most people’s minds during the merger process, it’s important to get it right.

The six best tools for competitor research and analysis

Understanding what others are up to is essential for developing a marketing plan. Here are some of the tools we use that are much better than peering through windows.