Archive for digital marketing

How to have a successful client/agency relationship

Over the years, Two Lizards has worked with many different clients in both the B2B and B2C business sectors on Marketing and Advertising projects, and believe these are the seven most important guiding principles for a successful, productive and cost-effective client/agency relationship. 1. Define what success looks like Set clear, measurable goals and be clear, […]

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Why your business needs a professional website

In the UK, over 90% of households have internet access. So, it’s surprising that one in four small or medium sized businesses don’t have a professional website. They are missing out on huge opportunities to grow and succeed. These days, the first thing most people do when looking for the kind of product or service […]

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A guide to boosting your website content for the Search Engines

Do you want to attract more customers to your website but don’t know where to start or think it is all just too complicated? It is quite simple – you need high quality, SEO-friendly website content and plenty of it. Because the goal of a search engine is to provide users with information that best […]

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How to attract the right visitors to your therapy website

So, you need a website for your private practice. Whether it’s your first website, or a new, improved version of your current one, these six key points will help to ensure your website works to grow your therapy business. 1. Convey the right image First impressions count. So, your website homepage needs to look professional, […]

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International Women’s Day

Two Lizards celebrate International Women’s Day with a few thoughts On International Women’s Day we want to celebrate those forward thinking brands and businesses that are challenging outdated gender stereotypes. Like these six ads featured in Campaign today. Gender stereotypes have been the norm in advertising, but audiences are increasingly finding them offensive, annoying or […]

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