SlyFox is a London, Ontario-based marketing and design firm catering to the needs and budgets of local entrepreneurs and business owners. Explore our blog for our latest insights and tips!
Google, the world’s number one search engine, is still the best way to raise your small business profile. This is because they make so many features available to everyone, not just to companies who can pay the most money. The most valuable feature is Google My Business. This program provides a dashboard for managing and…Read More →
This Valentine’s Day has us thinking about love (surprise, surprise), and we can’t think of something that needs some love more than our hometown of London, Ontario. We’ve worked with so many small businesses in and around the city, and have had the pleasure of getting to know so many great people, that our love…Read More →
Instagram is a very valuable business tool. Much of your audience will be on it, and it’s a simple way of telling stories about your product or service. Instagram knows this, and their relatively new Story Highlights feature lets everyone showcase the best of their business. To take advantage of this feature, always include a…Read More →
This week we said goodbye to one of our amazing co-op students Carrington Horton. She was a great addition to our staff and added a lot of positivity to the office despite the sometimes hectic schedule at our office ranging from back to back meetings to deadlines and client interactions. She loved to express her creativity…Read More →
Search engine optimization (SEO) isn’t a fixed set of rules you must follow to have a successful website. The elements that make your site desirable to Google are constantly changing, and all the little bits of code and data, both what’s visible and what’s behind the scenes, have to change with it. By keeping it…Read More →
New small businesses face many unique challenges, including the daunting task of managing their own social media. It can be intimidating, especially when you look at the accounts of large brands with whom you might be in competition. How can you set yourself apart? Here’s the difference: you’re a personality, not an intern behind a…Read More →