When you've been blogging since before blog was even a word, and coding since before geeks were cool, you have a few things to say. This is where we say them. There are also a few free bits of wisdom that might make you want to pay us for more information. That'd be nice.

Here are the posts in chronological order, or you can choose a topic in the menu. If there's anything you'd like us to write about, get in touch and we'll see what we can do!

Digital succession planning – what it is and why you need it.

If something happened right now that required you to access all of your digital accounts, would you be able to? Paul discusses the importance of digital succession planning.

First Kintsugi Noob Blog Post

Hey! I’m Yas. Just a matter of weeks ago, I received a message out of the blue: “What’s your work situation at the moment?” Since then, oh how much have I evolved! My journey has taken me from resume spamming a required minimum of 20 employers a month; to nervously meeting someone I had ‘known’ …

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On the “elevator pitch” …and why I won’t do it.

I’ve been asked to give a talk this week, about what our business does, and tell our story, in under 2 minutes. It is stressing me out no end. Yes, me. Queen big mouth. heh. Not because I’m afraid of speaking. Anyone who knows me knows that isn’t true. It’s because I am supposed to …

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Please, by all means, ‘do it yourself with Wix’.

What do you do as a digital agency when everyone can “do it yourself with Wix?”. When you can set up an amazing online store with Shopify? How do you compete with your brother’s mate (who works in IT), and WordPress and Page Builders (both of which we use exclusively, by the way) and off …

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We don’t “do” Search Engine Optimisation (SEO): we achieve it.

Search Engine Optimisation (or SEO) is something important, but also misunderstood. If you are the average client, you get your website designed just the way you like it, and then, once the site is launched, start to consider search engines. SEO is not a ‘bolt-on’ service. If you get it right the first time, in the form …

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