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An Interview with The Directors: Simon Curtis

What is your role within CurtisGabriel? My main job is finding new clients. I also manage the relationships with our current clients, support them with strategic thinking and how best to apply our service to help make a difference to their business. Finally, I work closely with clients and colleagues on our best practice policy…

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Tips for handling negative feedback on social media

Negative feedback – two words that no business wants to hear but in the world of social media, two words that are becoming more and more common. That’s not because there are a greater number of issues or more things to complain about, it’s simply the fact that social media and the internet has given…

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An Interview with The Directors: Matthew Squires

In the first of our features with our directors, the onus falls on new arrival, Matthew Squires. Matthew recently joined Curtis Gabriel as our Operations Director, having previously played a pivotal role in helping lead and influence the marketing brand direction of the Benfield Motor Group in Newcastle Upon Tyne. Matthew took the time to…

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Welcoming Curtis Gabriel’s New Operations Director, Matthew Squires!

  We are delighted to announce that former Benfield Motor Group Director Matthew Squires has recently joined the Curtis Gabriel team as Operations Director.   The funds raised by Matthew’s investment will now allow us to further develop our product offering in the social media and digital marketing sphere, and allow us to move into…

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Why business need a presence on social media

In short – yes. Perhaps the question should be why does your business need a presence on social media and here’s our top 5 reasons.   Social media is here to stay Many of us grew up at a time when Facebook was just a glint in the eye of Mark Zuckerberg and Instagram was…

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Social Media Weekly Roundup – 3

Here’s our round up of the top three social media stories which have been creating conversation in the CGC office this week. Live Streaming updates on Instagram This week Instagram has introduced a new update to their live streaming feature which allows users to add another user into their live stream. We love this feature…

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Why Should I Start a Blog for My Business?

With an estimated 172, 800 blogs being written everyday it may feel like you are trying to swim against an incoming tide of online content but (and this is a big BUT) we can assure you that writing a blog is worth it. Blogging can be an invaluable tool for any business, from multi-national corporations…

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Why You Need to Start Using Instagram Stories for Your Business

Have you noticed the multi-coloured circles floating at the top of your Instagram feed? Say hello to Instagram stories. Launching six months ago it has already over taken Snapchats users. In the first seven months of Instagram’s stories launch it has reached 150 million daily users. Read CGC’s guide on how to utilise Instagram’s largest…

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Forget Social Media, it’s Christmas! Right? WRONG!

Companies of all shapes and sizes switch off over Christmas, convinced that the viewing public forgets about social media. Every year we hear ‘who’s looking at Facebook on Christmas Day?’ Scrolling through Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram on Christmas Day may seem like an alien concept to many, but for Millennials checking social media is…

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Blind Recruit- The Ins and Outs?

As many of you will be aware ‘Blind Recruitment’ has been a hot topic in the news as leading employers and universities are being asked to remove candidate’s names from their application before reviewing. As a rapidly expanding business, recruitment is a common concern within our organization, so when something like this appears in the…

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