SO Marketing Raising Money for Charity

July 31, 2014 / News / 0 Comments /

SO Marketing are proud to be sponsoring Shawn and Caroline Beardmore in their 3 peak challenge this year. In memory of David Moss, Shawn and Caroline are raising money and awareness for Cardiac Risk in the Young, otherwise known as Sudden Adult Death Syndrome.

The Three Peaks Challenge involves climbing the three highest peaks in England, Wales and Scotland, often within the space of just 24 hours. It is a very physical challenge not to be undertaken by the faint-hearted.

Cardiac Risk in the Young, or C-R-Y, works to reduce the frequency of young sudden cardiac death as every week in the UK at least 12 young people die of undiagnosed heart conditions.

CLICK HERE to donate.


Staying on budget wins awards!

July 11, 2014 / Awards, News / 0 Comments /
So Marketing RAR Digital Award

In the very first ever Recommended Agencies Digital Awards, SO Marketing has been recognised and won the award for “On Budget”. This category is designed to recognise the agencies that do their best to keep all projects for clients within budget without over-running and keeping a tight control of projects.

The Recommended Agencies Digital Awards are the only industry awards that use real client reviews and voting as part of the decision making process. Validating what real clients think of their marketing agencies, these awards only recognise the best in class for customer services and skill set.

This award follows our recent RAR award in Design, and being featured by The Drum as a top 100 agency.

 

 


Validating your Domain Name

July 10, 2014 / Technical, Web, Web, Websites / 0 Comments /

We wrote a blog post back in December last year to let people know about the new changes that came about in January whereby all owners of top level domain names which include .com, .net and .org domains, are required to validate the contact details on their domain names once per year.

At the time, we mentioned that this was likely to cause a problem for people as it was a new procedure, is unexpected to most people and the email that all clients will receive which comes from the organisation who holds their domain registration, looks very spammy. Continue Reading →


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