All we want for Christmas…. is an award-winning marketing blog.
We are one step closer to becoming having an award-winning marketing blog, but we need your help.
After a concerted effort to increase and improve our blogging over the past 12 months, The Typeface Group have been nominated in the PR, Media, Marketing and Communications category of the UK Blog Awards in the hope of ending 2016 on an award-winning marketing blog.
What are the UK Blog Awards?
The UK Blog Awards recognises true viral style and creative excellence across sixteen UK industries.
Our blogging commitment.
Written by our team, our articles are educational and informative. Our blog is full of free tips, expertise and the latest marketing trends. Aimed towards micro to small businesses; our content provides a FREE resource for business owners and marketing associates presenting up to date information on the changing digital world. We pride ourselves on sharing information that is easy to digest, pragmatic and born out of years of experience, trial, error and many many team brainstorming sessions.
Although it’s our focus, our blog is not 100% marketing based. We also give insight to running a small business from our experiences; these articles are always well received and often receive the most engagement via our social media outlets.
Could we leave 2016 with an award-winning marketing blog?
The Typeface Group would love your vote as a seal of approval. So if you are an individual who likes to know what is going on in the marketing world and has picked up any gems of wisdom from our blog this year, please give us a nod (by voting here).
We’d like to say a huge thank you to all those who have supported us to get to this point and we would appreciate if you could all vote for us in the UK Blog Awards 2016.
Thank you so much in advance!
VOTING HAS NOW CLOSED!
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