Author Archives: Sue Kemp

About Sue Kemp

Owner of Kemp Marketing with over 20 years Marketing experience predominantly in the Technology industry working for IBM, Samsung and Nokia. Sue now enjoys helping small and medium size businesses from any industry to grow. Mum of two girls, lives in Reigate, Surrey.
Social Media Workshop

Social Media Workshop

Thursday 30th June – 9.30am to 4.30pm
St Mary’s Church Centre, Chart Lane, Reigate, Surrey, RH2 7RN

We are running a training workshop for small business owners who want learn more about building their business on-line through Social Media Marketing. The workshop will help you to understand how to create an effective social media presence and select which channels are best suited to your target market.

Are you keen to understand how to get more likes, followers, interactions and shares on your social media channels?

Then once you grow, how do you turn these fans into loyal customers?

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The Ad Deal – Worth it?

The Ad Deal – Worth it?

Unpicking the ad deal

Surely for a business to thrive, it needs to advertise? And what can be better than a heavily discounted deal from a publication title who claim to reach a audience of 5,000 potential local buyers? The sales representative says you need to make a decision by the end of today to get the deal and then there is the painful process of creating the advert. Is it worth it? Will it bring in customers? How do you decide whether or not to take the deal?

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Running for Sense

Running for Sense

I started working with Sense UK  last year, when I spoke to their corporate fund raising team to organise a charity Golf Day on behalf of one our SME clients. During a friendly conversation about general fund raising, I was asked ‘Do you run?’. The answer was ‘Yes, sort of, I started running in March 2014 and completed the Reigate Half marathon that year, but haven’t really done much since.’. This started a conversation about Team Sense and the London Marathon 2016. When I heard the team were a little short of runners, I couldn’t think of a good enough reason to say ‘No’.  All I could think of were excuses. And there were lots.
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