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Marketing services for your business

Pipwick Marketing provides marketing implementation services for small and medium sized businesses on a casual, part time or project basis.

You may have a notebook full of marketing ideas to grow your business that you’ve just never got around to doing anything with. That’s where we can help – we specialise in implementing and operationalizing your great ideas (and we can also help you come up with some more) so you can concentrate on the other aspects of your business that need your attention.

We are practical and hands on. Our strength is rolling up sleeves and doing what needs to be done for your marketing initiatives - from planning and testing all the way through to measuring and reporting on results. We gauge our success on your success.

Since 2005, Pipwick Marketing has been offering a professional, flexible, knowledgeable and cost effective marketing implementation service to get the most out of your (sometimes) limited resources.

The advantage of Facebook cover photos

If you’re using Facebook to promote your business and engage with your customers then a great way to keep it interesting (apart from updating your status with consistency) is to make sure you’re regularly updating your Facebook cover photo.

This big picture at the top of your page is one of the first things people see when they arrive, so make it eye catching at the same time as boosting attention levels on something you want to to share.

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Facebook Reach

The changing numbers of organic Facebook reach is impacting many a small business marketing metric. Here’s why.

Many organisations choose to have a Facebook page as a part of their marketing mix. It makes sense to do so in many cases – once you have ascertained this is where your target market are likely to be found, of course! It’s free to set up a page, mostly fun to maintain and offers a way to build a community, start some wonderful conversations and have a mechanism for instant polling and feedback. It’s important, however, to have a handle on the measurements you use to gauge success.

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