We create marketing content that attracts, engages, persuades, entertains and sells.
Even with thirty years behind us, we still want each new project to outshine those before, with our greatest work always ahead. We never forget that clients don’t hire us for what we’ve done, but for what we’re capable of doing for them.
Some of our latest video projects. We’ve been creating videos for websites and online marketing for over a decade.
Video advertisement (02:22)
We created this short video to showcase how Blue Eskimo uses the Capability Map – a brilliant initiative by The LPI (Learning and Performance Institute) – to transform how candidates are matched to L&D jobs.
Video advertisement (1:30)
We created this motion design advertisement as part of a global product launch for an International software company.
Publications and free downloads
A range of marketing-focused publications, written to help others create great online content.
Available in print and on Kindle
Is It News? is a detailed, in-depth guide for anyone tasked with writing press releases – whether a publicity professional, marketer or small-business owner. Based on the authors’ combined sixty years’ experience, Is It News? tackles the subject in rare depth – providing a comprehensive, practical, logical and understandable framework for dependable publicity success. This book can transform the way in which you write press releases, and the results you get from them.
More website visitors means more customers, right? Not unless they’re the right kind of visitors – people who have a real interest in your products and services. To attract those people, and keep them coming back, means putting content first.
When creating content, it’s always important to challenge yourself, your ideas and their execution. ‘Ask Yourself This’ is a checklist of twenty-five questions, to help you validate whether your content makes the grade.
Our content manifesto encapsulates how we think, what we believe and how we work. It’s not a manifesto for everyone (although others can borrow, use and improve it), it’s our personal, professional ethos.