We Need to Write a Blog Post About Everything that Happened Last Week…

It is insanely busy here at tMF stables, but some amazing things have happened and if I don’t get this down then, well…  Also, I’m off my face on coffee at the moment so without further ado…

Frog in rainbow plane

 

 

 

 

 

 

See that ^? That’s me that is.

We had a cupcake bake-off and Lizzie won…

cake cake cake cake

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Then we went to the awesome Wirehive 100 Awards and caught up with some great people like Matt from DotLabel and Spencer of Cact.us and Claire of WavesPR (check them all out as you would be well advised to use their services.)

And we only flipping won “Best Use of Search”.

wirehive awards best use of search

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Stolen from Wirehive Facebook page)

And then we did the double! (Fastest Growth Over 3 Years).

Wirehive Awards for theMediaFlow

 

 

 

 

 

 

And then the next day we moved into our lovely new office (and don’t tell anyone but we were slightly hungover…)

Petered out

 

 

 

 

 

 

Then we got two new clients, which felt like this…

Baby oooh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And then we hired the awesome guys at Bairwell to build a website for a new biz project and commissioned the talented Dawn of Project Friday to take on our email marketing for us. I believe the valley term is “dogfooding”. Or dogging. Not sure… We also got the fantastic Dan Taylor of Tailored Internet Marketing to build a new section on this website that is coming soon!

Anyway – that’s it for now. Here’s a bonus picture of Danny Dyer.

Laters…

Danny Dyer

 

 

 

 

 

Hat tip to Dan Travis Brown of Web Vitality who did a really funny Brighton SEO round-up post which inspired this informal style.

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Nichola Stott

Nichola is Founder and Director of theMediaFlow; with over 10 years experience in online marketing, over six of which in search. Nichola learned all about search at Yahoo! as head of UK search partners.

One Comment

  1. Marty Rogers says:

    I only recently saw their Brighton SEO post, but I thought it was very refreshing for the digital agency industry.

    I hope to see more of the same from others in the future!

    Great to see you having a bash!

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