Monthly Archives: September 2014

Studio Culture’s “4 C’s” of Web Design

Website design can be tricky to get just right, so we at Studio Culture have compiled a list of the “4 C’s” – clarity, colour, content, and call to action – to help you get started. These key features are things you can always keep in mind when planning to design a website. Be sure […]

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10 Awesome Facts About Social Media

1. 61% of consumers are more likely to buy from companies that create custom content 2. Snapchat was recently valued at $10 billion 3. Brands that blog at least 15 times a month average 1,200 new leads in that same month 4. 70% of consumers say they would go over their spending budget for an online deal of […]

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5 Signs That Digital Has Taken Over Our Lives

We are definitely a tech-obsessed society, but the Studio Culture team wanted to explore exactly how much it’s taken over our lives. We found 5 of the most interesting, and potentially disturbing, digital facts out there. 1. There are more mobile phones than people in Australia. For every 1,000 people in the country, we have […]

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10 Ways To Make A Facebook Post Work For Business

Want to boost your Facebook page engagement? Bring in more clicks to your business? Generate more sales? Here are our top 10 tips to making a great Facebook post to help you do all of those things and more.   1. Always use photos or videos.  Photos are far more engaging than plain text, and […]

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Studio Culture Welcomes a New Partner

As part of our rapid growth in website design and digital marketing, we are strengthening our already robust SEO efforts to provide an even stronger service to all of our clients.

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What’s Next For Digital Marketing?

Everything digital – from social media to the technology we access it on – is constantly changing at a rapid rate and it can sometimes be hard to keep up. We’ve had a look at what could be next in the timeline of digital marketing to help you strategise for the upcoming year. Consumer Control […]

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