Pay it forward

  On the 27th April 2018, the UK will be officially celebrating Pay it Forward Day when people will be encouraged to perform random acts of kindness to 3 or more people and ask those people to do the same. At Fresh Nous, we like to be ahead of the game which is why at [...]


Get GDPR ready

Get GDPR ready Does GDPR apply to me? What responsibilities will companies have under the GDPR regulation? Where do I start? These are just a few of the questions business owners are asking themselves as the GDPR deadline of May 2018 creeps upon us. Download our GDPR leaflet Fresh Nous Marketing agency based [...]


Lets grab the elephant by the trunk: Get started on GDPR

The information Audit  Where to begin when it all feels like a bit of a minefield? We’ve devised 4 simple steps to get you started. Although it can always be useful to look at the ICO (information commissioners office) website for more detailed information. This is also covered in our overall all guide to GDPR [...]


#BOGOF: Is two for the price of one always a good deal?

Getting double the number of characters per tweet surely should be something to celebrate…..shouldn’t it? The endless frustrations of editing, cutting words, cursing hashtags and re-writing tweets because you’re just 4 characters over the limit are no more so why aren’t we in a more jubilant mood? Maybe it’s because we shall miss the very [...]


E-mail marketing: the difference between send and receive

With email marketing being seen as a near “free” marketing channel it’s no wonder so many business fire out regular email campaigns to their customer and prospect mailing list. But do these emails get read and are they engaging or turning off your mailing list? But, with careful planning and quality content you can create [...]


Tick Tick Tock the Pre-Checked Box! How will GDPR impact email marketing?

The General Data Protection Registration (GDPR) is likely to change the way many businesses collect and communicate with their customers very soon. As stated on ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) website: “Consent under the GDPR must be a freely given, specific, informed and unambiguous indication of the individual’s wishes. There must be some form of clear [...]