Welcome to the Cloud Ten Group Journal. We have been around the block (and then some), travelling the length and breadth for our clients. We hope you enjoy reading some of our antics, musings and projects.
‘Two heads are better than one’. This time honoured cliché can prove incredibly relevant for businesses; especially in light of Google’s findings that fashion labels which embrace pop culture through cross-collaborations rank higher in search results than their solo counterparts. These brands have discovered that collaboration is key when it comes to engaging consumers and securing their return custom.
With technology advancing more rapidly than ever before, many individuals have wondered what it will be like to live in cities in the future where everyday devices can communicate with each other. To answer this question, various tech companies and telecommunications brands came together last month at the Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona, Spain, in order to demonstrating their plans for 5G networks.
In May 2018 the European Union’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) legislation will be brought into action, and in the past few months there has been a lot of content produced. Today we bring to you a quick 2 minute summary of everything you need to know and do to be compliant by May 2018.
At its core, personal branding is all about establishing your key attributes and then presenting them in a way that is clear for potential clients, business partners and investors to comprehend.
Personal branding used to simply consist of a business card with your name on it. However, in the age of social media there are various factors to personal branding such as social media profiles, blogs, news mentions, video blogs (aka vlogs) and podcasts; all of which factor in to your personal brand.
Did you know that 83% of consumers require some degree of customer support while making an online purchase? Poor communication channels between businesses and their clients in these instances can be the difference between closing a sale and losing a potentially loyal long-term client. Fortunately, technological innovations have provided a possible solution; chatbots.
Design thinking focuses upon identifying the needs of a product’s end user and draws upon a variety of tools such as brainstorming sessions, rigorous testing and feedback surveys. By ‘thinking outside the box’ businesses are encouraged to develop new products, services and business strategies that they never would have previously envisaged.
One of the social networking sites most closely associated with fake news is Facebook who were blamed for helping to spread hatred and division throughout the 2016 US Presidential Election. Fake news has become such a prevalent problem on Facebook that only one in four Britons trust the news they read on social media.
It is universally accepted in the world of marketing that an endorsement from a high profile individual can work wonders for your brand. Take one look during the commercial break of your favourite TV show and you will see all manner of celebrities promoting products and services. However, influencer marketing took this trend one step further in 2017.
The next stage in this digital marketing revolution is responsive logos. Adapting content no longer means just scaling up and down font sizes and images; brands now need logos which can make an elegant and efficient use of screen space and engage with consumers irrespective of the device they are using.
Colour is a perception of the human eye. When we look at something, the data travels from our eyes to our brains, and we perceive it as a certain colour; for example, the blue sky. The theory of colour, charged with meaning by society, explains the subliminal and cultural messages that colours can create and communicate. With that being said, we take a look at why the psychology of colour is ever so important with the world of marketing and design.