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Snow boarding at HorseWorld

  • December 2, 2010
  • By adminadmin
  • in Uncategorized

Our shiny new advertising board is now on display at HorseWorld in Bristol – set off nicely by the recent snowfall! We’ve worked with the charity for a number of years now and wanted to advertise our work with them to visitors to their attraction – as well as supporting a client we’ve enjoyed working [...]

Resistance is futile – how the Social Media revolution overthrew your website

  • October 25, 2010
  • By adminadmin
  • in Social Media

The world’s biggest annual social media survey has just been published, and it shows that, for charities, the tipping point in the communication revolution has now been reached. Among the figures the Wave survey – published by ad agency Universal McCann* – throws up are these: Over the last two years, the proportion of Net [...]

Global Browser Usage Analysed

  • October 14, 2010
  • By TickboxTickbox
  • in Web Trends

All graphs from Stat Counter’s fantastic tool. Although not the most exciting topic, analysis of browser usage isn’t purely academic, it is not only important to web designers and developers, who have to ensure their websites work for as many people as possible. The trends make a big difference to how everybody uses the web. [...]

Social Media Training for Charities

  • October 8, 2010
  • By adminadmin
  • in Social Media

Tickbox Marketing are marketing and web specialists for charities and the arts.  We regularly run marketing and web strategy planning, training and implementation workshops for our charity clients. On the 28th of November we will be hosting a taster workshop at our Bristol offices for local charities.  The workshop will cover: Charity user engagement strategies [...]

BCCweb – it’s about people not platforms

  • September 13, 2010
  • By adminadmin
  • in Planning

While it’s been fascinating to see the talk among Bristol’s developer community following the roundtable on Bristol City Council’s Future Web Platform, there does seem to be an element of discussion around the project that is conspicuous by it’s abscence – the end user. For those not familiar with the project – BCC are commendably [...]