Select Page

Blog

Read our latest how-tos and tips for getting the most out of your branding and marketing!

Lisajane Davies

“Never stop learning and never stop trying” is the advice Lisa Jane Davies imparts as she tells the story of her career; the ups, the downs, the achievements and everything else in between.

read more

World Photography Day Blog Ideas

Whether you’re snapping candid promotional pics for the business gram, or organising a complete flat-lay shoot to showcase your products on the web; photography is an invaluable tool within the toolbox of business, and you need to be using it on the daily.

read more

The Knowledge Base: The Branding Canvas

We’ve created a handy guide to using Branswer’s Branding canvas. The canvas itself is aVisit The Knowledge Base to learn how to navigate around Branswer, and how to get the best out of your time working with us! snippet of everything that you want your brand to stand for, to encompass and to value – and it’s spread out before you in one single document.

read more

World Youth Skills Day

In November 2014, July 15th was declared by the United Nations General Assembly to be annually known as World Youth Skills Day. Spearheaded by Sri Lanka, the theme of the day is “Learning to learn for life and work”.

read more

3 Yoga Day Content Ideas

Since it’s inception in 2015, the international day of yoga is observed on the 21st of June annually, after India’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, suggested the date in order to coincide with the northern hemispheres longest day of the year.

read more

Tech Tool Talk: Branswer

Sleek, simple and friendly — These are words that our useres have used to describe our awsome communication tool platfom Branswer. From helping to write awsome blog posts and engaging press releases, our aim at Branswer is to keep your business communications on brand at all times.

read more

5 Tips For Writing In Plain English

Recently, we explained the importance of writing in plain English, and now we are going to show you how to write in plain English. Writing in plain English is beneficial for you as a writer, as it’s faster to write, and for your readers, as its much faster to read.

read more

Explained Simply: The Importance of Plain English

When it comes to writing within an industry, it can be very easy to get bogged down and distracted by the complex jargon that is often thrown around and over used within that industry, but this is best avoided at all costs. Here we explain why.

read more