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A recent BBC article detailed what this is about but put simply it is someone who forms a simple “company”, looks on a China website that is like eBay, finds a product that is cheap, lists it on their own shop website at an inflated margin and then starts selling it. When someone buys it […]

This is just a simple article about someone that has built a brand the right way (in my opinion at least), but first I will give it some context. Normally I go to the gym and do classes, so my workout routine is just what the class is that day. That is great for me […]

Like many people who go to the gym regularly, when lockdown happened and the gyms closed I raced to the shops to buy some weights. I was too late, the shelves were barren apart from one solitary 4kg Kettlebell (basically a paperweight!), I bought it anyway. Within two weeks adverts for resistance bands and weight […]

If you need to restrict the number of people who visit your business then an online appointment system will be the ideal solution. From hairdressers and nail bars to small shops we can either integrate into an existing WordPress website or add a new site that links to an existing site. We have an example […]

We have known for a long time that the way we presented ourselves to the world was a contradiction, we talk about our big projects and clients, but show only our more mainstream work. This is largely to do with the NDAs (Non-Disclosure Agreements) we have with our marketing partners, so we cannot show the […]

Some time ago we had a chat with a marketing guy who pointed out the issues with our main site (www.kehorne.co.uk) because it was trying to (and failing) at pointing out what we do and in what markets. Because we have a rather diverse client base the site was confusing, making us look too small […]

It may feel like everything is closed and no one is working, but some businesses are busy – and most are open to suggestions on how they can carry on trading. Clearly this is not true for all – if you are a hairdresser or a barber for example, you can’t help people to cut […]

Well, we have had an interesting start to 2020 with Coronavirus and the subsequent lockdown. By now, some 5 weeks into a lockdown, most of us in the business world are fully versed on how we should be approaching a “working” situation and/or how to get through it. But the next big issue is how […]

Now more than ever, with the madness and sadness going on around us, we need to stay connected. Yes, that’s an obvious statement, and this message is everywhere. However, some struggle with the very concept of connecting, networking and socialising.  In my opinion, our ability, even our need, to connect and socialise changes dramatically as […]