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Stuff I’ve found useful:

Free images

Finding great stock photos is a pain. You’re left with either low-res amateur photos, people wearing cheesy headsets, or photos that are out of budget for the project you’re working on. Below is an ongoing list (so bookmark it) of the best stock photo sites I’ve come across.

© Copyright

Need to understand the UK law on copyright ownership?
You do, because many people don’t, the assumption is that; once you have paid for me to design and supply you a logo it is automatically yours. This is incorrect, learn more about it here: https://www.gov.uk/ownership-of-copyright-works



Got a contract in place?
If not – go and download one of the best: https://gist.github.com/malarkey/4031110

Need a Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA)? http://stuffandnonsense.co.uk/projects/three-wise-monkeys/


Lets be analytical

Did you know you can track your social media presence?

Twitter Analytics

Pinterest Analytics

Sumall (allows your to track multiple accounts including Google +, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram)

SproutSocial (SproutSocial does it all: publishing, monitoring, analytics, team collaboration, and more)

Buffer (Buffer is best known as a social media publishing tool, but what many fail to realise it that it also comes with an analytics section in the dashboard)

Hootsuite (You can create reports like general Twitter and Facebook overviews, a summary or detailed report for Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn Page Insights, as well as Google Analytics)

OktoPost (Like Hootsuite, OktoPost allows you to monitor and publish across multiple platforms including being able to monitor and measure your reach through the campaign analytics option built-in to the software)

Mention (Instead of monitoring your social feeds, Mention monitors, well, mentions)


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