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One of the first things we think we realise about successful entrepreneurs is their toys; the big house, the fast car and their luxurious holidays - that everyone else just dreams about.

But this isn't exactly the case. In fact, the most successful people I know are not in fact flashy or anything alike. They still live in the house they bought when they first started out, don't update their cars yearly, and often have a holiday house or choose experience holidays over the swanky likes of St Barts and St Tropez.

Published in Entrepreneurship
Website design requires certain considerations. These include aesthetic, functionality, audience engagement, content interactivity and responsiveness. Then of course there must be a clear call to action.

With these factors in mind, Marketing Eye undertook the challenge to create three very unique website rebuilds.
Published in Marketing
Friday, 29 April 2011 17:31

Build it and they will come

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Sunday, 11 April 2010 15:05

The pens not even dry

Something strange is going on.  A lot of successful business people say that there comes a time in your business life cycle that it either plateaus or the business fires with the injection of new products or services.
Published in Management
Thursday, 22 April 2010 14:19

Cedar Jet Travel Goes Online

Cedar-Jet_index-final-300x272My favourite travel company, Cedar Jet Travel has just launched its new website to help customers book their travel online. 

I still love giving Alen a call at Cedar Jet Travel because he really is incredibly helpful and friendly – and always knows the best deals.
Published in Marketing
Sunday, 07 November 2010 11:28

The lure of saving money

Like most companies, Marketing Eye has monthly sales targets and each month for the past year, we have either exceeded it or at least matched our own expectations.
Published in Mellissah Smith