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We’re hiring: Part Time Office Manager

ClientsFirst are currently seeking applicants for a part time office manager. You’ll be an experienced office manager or senior administrator with a good head for numbers and finance experience. You may even be in an accounts role currently looking for a new challenge, broadening your role and responsibilities. You’ll be detail oriented and super organised; great […]

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Spotlight on… Sam

  HI SAM, LET’S START WITH WORK; WHAT DOES A ‘NORMAL’ DAY CONSTITUTE FOR YOU? I’m mainly involved with both the digital and the content side of ClientsFirst, so a typical day could involve creating or planning new content for ourselves or our clients, or something more digital-orientated, like managing our clients’ social advertisements, for […]

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What is Responsive Design?

If you’re having a new website developed, or have even discussed that possibility in the last few years, then it is likely you will have come across a term that may be new to you: responsive design. Over the last few years, responsive design has been on the march, to the point where it is […]

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Spotlight on… Sorrel

HI SORREL, LET’S START WITH WORK – WHAT DOES A ‘NORMAL’ DAY CONSTITUTE FOR YOU? I’m still fairly new to this job so I’m not sure that I can comment on what is considered normal just yet…!   HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN WITH THE COMPANY? HOW DID YOU GET STARTED? I’ve only been here […]

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What is lead nurturing and how do you do it? – Part 1

Lead nurturing is an important concept in modern marketing. With an ever-increasing list of routes to market, how can you tell that your marketing is operating in sync, for the benefit of your business? Better yet, how can you quickly plug gaps and stop ‘drop-off’ points, keeping opportunities engaged with your business? The best way […]

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Considering a website change? Consider A/B split testing.

If your website has been live for any time between six months and two years, then you may well have started to think about small ‘tweaks’ to improve looks, navigation or user experience. Small changes in that sort of timeframe – too soon for a new site, but far enough away that the current design […]

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Social media advertising for SMEs and the power of data

Social media and its users, literally now in the billions (and counting), are a massive pool of potential clients for businesses small and big. Although there is this growing platform available for businesses to tap into, very few small businesses and SMEs actually do so effectively. The reasons for this are varied. For a start, […]

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New Google penalties are on their way – will you be affected?

Making your website mobile-friendly should be very close to the top of your to-do list when you know that 80% of internet users are doing at least part of their web activity through their smartphones. If you needed even more of a reason to do so, be warned. Google are sending out a wave of […]

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Spotlight on… Gemma

Hi GEMMA, LETS START WITH WORK; HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN WITH THE COMPANY? HOW DID YOU GET STARTED? I joined ClientsFirst in its infancy in 2010. At that time, we were a start-up business operating from a very small office in Macclesfield. WHEN YOU WERE A CHILD, WHAT JOB DID YOU WANT TO DO? […]

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