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This year marks the 150th anniversary for our client Stoneham Kitchens, a kitchen manufacturer specialising in beautiful bespoke furniture. As Stoneham’s appointed media agency, the landmark anniversary presented a fantastic opportunity for the RONIN team to get creative, produce some wonderful collateral and help the company...

It’s officially 2014, and instead of sitting around, watching glumly as torrential rain streaks past your window, it’s time to get proactive and make some resolutions. Not just the usual resolutions about resisting that cheeky bacon roll on the way to work, switching your 12...

Developed over 6 years ago, the hashtag has become ubiquitous when it comes to social media; it began life in Internet Relay Chat and was first used on Twitter as a way to group topics of interest in 2007, and the term itself was coined...

Welcome to the pictorial revolution. I’m not just talking Pinterest, Instagram and Snapchat – social networks designed for pictures – no, I’m talking all thing marketing turned on their head. Blogs that were once words are now infused with images and photos. Stats that were...

There are around 152 million blogs, and that number is growing every day. Not only has blogging evolved into a popular pastime, but it has also become integral to many company websites. My first experience of blogging came when school friends went travelling off to far...

Businessmen and women in your 50s unite. All this social media stuff is for kids. FaceTube and Twittering; who gets it? There isn’t any business benefit and it reduces productivity. Staff should be banned from using it during working hours; after all they’re just talking...

According to Gartner Inc. by 2014, organisations that refuse to communicate with customers via social media will face the same level of wrath from customers as those that ignore today's basic expectation that they respond to emails and phone calls. But whilst there is no...

National events dominated the agenda for 2012 and most of 2011. Starting with the Royal Wedding we witnessed a steady progression through to the Jubilee celebrations, Euro 2012, Wimbledon and, of course, the Olympic Games. The latter was arguably the greatest British event in a...

When it comes to social networking, you can’t just set up an account and watch the followers roll in, unless of course you are Katy Perry or someone impersonating the Queen. Even then, if people are willing to take the time to read your content,...