We’ve been strategically building brands since 1999. We work with our clients, not against them, delivering what’s needed: from creative concept and design, to complete campaigns, websites and digital marketing. We put function first: it’s got to be right, it’s got to work, it’s got to be spot on.
What is “creative” anyway? At NOUS, it all begins with the brief. Every job we do draws its strength from our thorough understanding of what you want for your brand. For us, the answer is always in the question.
NOUS delivered a huge volume of work for us in incredible tight deadlines, to a very accurate and high standard. The work was briefed at short notice, but nothing was too difficult for the account team. We felt like we were in great hands with NOUS!
NOUS have the skills, experience and latest knowledge to plan and deliver leading-edge digital strategy. Their work is not only well considered, it looks great and most importantly is focused on the objective, whether it be generating brand awareness, quality leads or optimising sales conversion. It’s been a pleasure to work with Persephone, Craig, Brian and rest of the Nous team.
Although they might be a bit hard to swallow, bad reviews are not the worst thing for your brand. It’s expected for brands to have a couple of negative reviews, in fact it’s suspicious if there are none. What’s critical is how your brand chooses to react.
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How to deal with bad reviews on Facebook
By Elouise - Aug 20
For some customers, when things go wrong, Facebook is just one of the platforms where they can air their frustrations. The good news is, even though the customer is clearly ticked off, you haven’t lost them just yet, but how you act next is critical as it will affect how your customers will see and interact with your brand in future.
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How to create high impact social videos
By Elouise - Jul 20
Videos are eye-catching, engaging…and everywhere. Thanks to platforms like YouTube, IGTV, TikTok and other Social Medias, video consumption is on the rise and it’s not slowing down, with predictions that by 2022, video will make up more than 82% of all consumer internet traffic.