Social media advertising 101

In today’s constant battle for attention, how can you ensure your social media content is standing out? Sometimes posts need a little boost to make sure they’re being seen by

Wink wink, nudge marketing

The goal of any marketing strategy is to achieve sales and business growth. While this is highly valuable, it can be time consuming and costly to achieve. There are many

The Social Voice of Brands

Should brands be using social media to express opinions on political and social issues? Should they be expressing opinions on anything? Join us in January for a lively debate on

Like it? Should’ve put a ring on it.

Ever wondered how to engage your target audience? We’ll reveal secrets, tactics and activities you can use to increase website traffic, engage your audience and convert leads.

How to be a Marketing Unicorn

You already know that writing those blogs and case studies each month is important, but are they really doing what you need them to? Are you identifying and taking advantage

It’s our first birthday as a North East training and recruitment division!

At training and PR recruitment division, Hugoversity, we have officially been sharing knowledge and building brands across the North East for one year! We launched in September 2017 and have

Learning never stops at Hugoversity

Head Girl, Charlotte was recently asked to contribute to the Business Central blog and given the theme of learning and professional development. As is Hugoversity’s ethos, we believe that learning

Mastering Mailchimp

On Friday April 27th, Prefects, Natalie, Katie and Becca, welcomed students from a range of industries to The Forum in Darlington for Hugoversity’s Mastering MailChimp seminar. The session covered the basics of how

Mastering Mailchimp

Mailchimp is the leading automated marketing email platform and helps businesses find their audience, engage their customers, and build their brand. In this seminar our Prefects will take you through

A typical day in the life of our Head Girl, Charlotte

5am – 8am: I’m an early bird and start work between 5am and 6am. My brain works best at this time and I can get some deep thinking and uninterrupted