Category: Internet Marketing
In order to support students who may have lost their summer internship programme due to COVID-19, Chits have recently launched a new remote internship scheme starting this July.
If you are looking to build your knowledge in sales & marketing and have what it takes to bring design ideas to life, you may be well suited for the Chits Internship scheme. The scheme follows the theme of product-life cycle, giving our interns the opportunity to invent a new digital product from scratch.
At Chits, we are lucky to have access to some of the leading healthcare professionals in the country who are all currently doing their bit to help the country through this crisis. Here, we explore the work a leading bariatric surgeon did to source Burberry gowns for St Mary’s hospital.
Dr Sanjay Purkayastha, a leading Senior Clinical Lecturer in Bariatric Surgery at Imperial College London recently acted upon a shortage of PPE at St Mary’s hospital by teaming up with Burberry to provide surgical gowns. Following some testing and review, the 2000+ gowns were certified for use and distributed across staff members at St Mary’s.
We hope all is well, you are settling in and enjoying the benefits of remote working from home. This weeks blog post will continue on the theme of positivity, with a specific focus on how to remain productive and engaged whilst working from home.
Before delving into the topic, may we take this opportunity to thank all of our Professional Healthcare clients currently working on the frontline to help Coronavirus patients through both their physical & mental stresses. If there is anything we can do to help during this time, please do not hesitate to reach out.
We live in a world where we have millions of people at our fingertips. Many of us don’t quite realise the magnitude of that. Each and every single one of our posts has the potential to reach the entire world, from north to south, east & west. It doesn’t matter which part of the globe you are targeting there is a way to reach the exact kind of people that will benefit from knowing your business.
It is a common misconception that you have to be a big brand in order to have a big following, big marketing budget with expensive gadgets to analyse your data, boost your posts and deliver conversions.
However this is not always the case.
Especially in marketing – creativity, knowing your product & your target audience is much more important than any flashy gadget or tool which promises you the hacks of the digital world.
In a world where everybody wants to be on top of the search engines, have millions of likes and thousands of followers (at least) how can we put out content which holds integrity and is respectful of our receivers?
Simple – keep the ethos of your brand, live what you advertise & don’t get wrapped up by numbers.
Statistics can be manipulated to show you an unrealistic picture, numbers can be used to sell you something which may not be true.
So, what’s the point of marketing? – You may ask…
The key to cohesive work and collaboration is to know each other, know your strengths and weaknesses as a team. Who is the creative person and who is the methodical one? The concept of team activities originated in the early 1900’s, Hawthorne Studies found that some of the most important traits in building a team included social support, pride in your work and developing interpersonal relationships.
Today, many organisations to implement these traits through arranging social activities, and team-building exercises, however more often than not this does not always meet the desired outcome to build a cohesive team and a strong foundation.
Chits UK Ltd are very pleased to announce the launch of their new, fully-responsive website. It is designed to showcase both our web design skills and breadth of digital marketing services that we offer our clients.
The site is coded to display and function effectively on all devices, including smart phones and tablets. With more than half of our client’s website visitors coming from these devices, it is essential for both our clients and ourselves that our websites are mobile-friendly.
Social media plays a critical role in driving website traffic and in ranking higher in the search engines. The tremendous growth experienced by social media networks over the past few years and their popularity with users who can access them both via their computers and mobile phones has made this a critical part of an online business’ marketing strategy. After all, a business must build its presence in its market and this is best achieved by being where the market is.
Here are top reasons why social media is important for your business.