Ben provides a step-by-step walkthrough of the WP Code Snippets plugin, demonstrating its functionality and showcasing how users can leverage this tool to easily manage and implement custom code snippets within their WordPress websites.
Ben demonstrates how to optimise videos and your YouTube channels for SEO, offering practical insights and techniques to maximise your reach and improve the discoverability of their videos on the YouTube platform.
‘Join Jason and David as they unravel the intricate dance between data-driven decisions and the art of making judgment calls, guiding listeners through trusting your gut and breaking free from external pressures when making product and pricing decisions.’
Ok the quote from the podcast show notes doesn’t sound exciting but the content is.
Three themes from the podcast I whole heartedly agree with, but don’t always follow:
Just make a decision. You’ll only know the answer once your idea is being tested for real
Trust your gut. Your intuition is build upon your experience and knowledge
Sleep on it. Allow your built in AI to do the hard work for you
Shifting our focus we look at homepage banner images, we’ll scrutinise their effectiveness, utilisation of space, and the array of styles available, turning the spotlight onto major brand websites for a comprehensive review of the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Attention all small business owners eager to harness the transformative power of AI for your enterprise and expand your network—join us we delve into the realm of AI chatbots and their potential to revolutionize your business.
To wrap up the last IMC episode of the year, we decided to spice things up with a live Christmas Ho-Down Quiz! Come along and join us, along with some of our clients, as we dive into marketing-themed quiz questions, unleash creative catchphrases, and engage in interactive activities. It’s a festive showdown you won’t want to miss!
We are joined by Jack McCaughtrie (Core Tree) to discuss why case studies are an effective way to capture the attention of buyers in your industry, help build brand awareness and let your customers sell your products for you.
We shine the spotlight on websites for major brands to review the good, the bad and the ugly. This month we turn our gaze to contact forms, dissecting their strengths and weaknesses. Reviewing how easy they are to find, access and navigate and whether they are visually interesting.
Ben takes the hot seat as Granger Forson interviews him on BizSmart Gloucestershire, the radio station dedicated to providing businesses with expert advice for shaping their success. Listen to gain insights from Ben’s professional perspective.
We shine the spotlight on websites for major brands and review the good, the bad and the ugly. This month we focus on buttons. How they are used, the colour, size, text how effectively we think they are being used.
Dan Andrews from Scribey Sense joined a recent Cool Ventures workshop on ‘AI in Business’ and distilled it into useful ‘Cliffs Notes’. Amazing! Thanks Dan.
If you need a complex subject (like AI) distilling into visual simplicity, you should look him up.
In the spirit of AI and summarisation I asked Chat GPT4 to summarise his image.
The image is a colorful and creative infographic that seems to be aimed at small business owners, providing insights into the utilization of AI (Artificial Intelligence). It presents information in a casual and engaging manner, with various sections such as “Think of AI like an Assistant,” “Pro’s & Cons,” “What’s This Mean For Creatives?” and “Tips.”
Think of AI like an Assistant: This section emphasizes that AI can help unblock obstacles, encouraging getting started with coding to accelerate one’s ideas.
Pro’s & Cons: It warns the users to beware as AI might make stuff up, suggesting it’s great for outlines but needs human intervention for refinement.
What’s This Mean For Creatives?: It addresses creatives specifically, advising them to ingest their work into the AI, but also highlighting that AI needs substantial hardware support. It also touches upon logo design, suggesting that a human designer is essential to finish up or improve the start made by the AI.
Tips: Various tips are provided, such as always reviewing the outputs, being specific with commands, and experimenting.
Throughout the infographic, there are playful illustrations and visuals to make the content more digestible and engaging.
We called a roundtable discussion on the relevance of Twitter (now known as X) in today’s digital landscape. Does it still have the media sway it used to? And are newcomers to micro-blogging such as Thread and Mastodon going to take over.
We openned the club and invited Trevor Ray Hart (Trevor Ray Hart Photography) to have a website & marketing review. Ben shares SEO tips, content ideas and different ways they can draw more traffic to his website.