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Working For Optix

Posted by Lisa Watson on April 30th 2012 in News, Company News

The following post is from our very own Optix Solutions Co-Founder, Alastair Banks... At Optix we are always interested in hearing from talented individuals looking to join our team, so if that’s you or you know someone who might be interested please pass this link on. So what is it like to work at Optix? Well I could spend the...

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Why every business should have a FREE Google Local Listing!

Posted by Lisa Watson on April 27th 2012 in Online Marketing

Did you know that 97% of consumers search for local businesses online? When search is carried out for a particular type of business within a specific location, Google often provides a map or list of where they can be found near the top of its search results page. What many businesses don’t realise is that unlike Google’s paid Pay...

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Take On the Commando Challenge this 2012

Posted by Lisa Watson on April 12th 2012 in News

Looking for a staff outing with a difference this year? Make sure you check out the Commando Challenge 2012. With access to the famous Royal Marines training course in Exeter, this is an event not to be missed. With 4k, 10k and 17k events, there are a range of challenges to choose from. Not only will contestants have to...

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The Grand Build of Grainge Architect's Website

Posted by Lisa Watson on April 12th 2012 in Design, Development, News

In 2010, we were approached by the forward-thinking Directors at Grainge Architects Ltd to work with them on the redesign and development of their online presence. As one of the South West’s leading architectural practices, they wanted a site that would offer prospective customers insight into the scale and nature of their work, while reflecting their strong body...

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Why You Should Focus on Inbound Marketing Practices in 2012

Posted by Lisa Watson on April 2nd 2012 in Online Marketing

So what is this outbound and inbound marketing? Outbound marketing is often referred to as the ‘traditional’ form of marketing, whereby a company spends money on advertising to large audiences in the hope of finding potential consumers. Television commercials, radio broadcasting, trade shows, cold calling and unsolicited email marketing are all examples of outbound marketing. Inbound marketing, on the other...

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