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OK, we know that we’re already half-way through January, but it’s never too late to make resolutions, and we also know (because you’ve told us) that many of you ‘have been meaning to take a look’ at your digital marketing strategy but haven’t been able to get round to it for one reason or another. What if we told you that making a thorough assessment of your current digital marketing strategy is one of the best things you could do for your business going into 2023? If you’re wondering why, we have the answers right here: One of our client’s most common complaints is about creaking,

Is there a quiet, but persistent, little voice in your head that says, ‘we must update our website – one of these days…’? Don’t be shy – you should know you are not alone. In fact, updating the website must be one of the most common jobs that are put on the back burner in the day-to-day running of a company, and yet it is one of the easiest ways to increase engagement, and potential sales, with your prospective customers. Why should I? There are several issues with older websites, not least that they may not be optimised for mobile devices. We have all experienced the frustration

At Manifesto Design we are proud of our enduring reputation for innovation and professionalism, bringing design creativity and marketing prowess to the Costa del Sol for almost 20 years. Times change, however, and even the most successful companies stand still at their peril. We are, therefore, thrilled to make an exciting announcement that will ensure Manifesto Design continues to expand our offering and future-proof client marketing strategies. Exciting times We’ve been keeping it quiet until all the pieces were in place, but we’re finally ready to make our big announcement – Manifesto Design is under new ownership. Our offices have had a well-needed revamp and we’re on the

On the twenty-ninth of August, we welcomed two new interns to our team, Moira and Githa. They’re two Dutch Media and Communication students who are interested in design and social media. It has always been their dream to study abroad together. So, when they got the opportunity to work for Manifesto, they packed their bags and moved to Spain. Moira and Githa both grew up in small towns near Utrecht. They met each other about a year ago when they ended up in the same class. They quickly became friends and decided, since they both wanted to do their internship abroad, that they would go together. Leading

When looking for a property, the internet has become an important tool that prospective homeowners use. While real estate companies may be able to get potential sales from referrals or existing customers, having a website is nowadays vital for building the company’s brand and sustaining its presence in the market. What features must a real estate company’s website have? 1. Captivating visuals Photos on the internet are applied for a variety of reasons. They can be used to enhance websites, illustrate stories or present products and services, among others. For websites, visuals draw the attention of the visitor. When looking at an image of a property, prospective homeowners

Internships are the best way for students to learn about a profession they hope to achieve in the future.  For a marketing and advertising student like myself, I wanted to immerse myself in content creation, branding and digital marketing, among others.  I instantly knew that Manifesto Design in Marbella, Spain, is a perfect fit for me because their passion for excellence, creativity and story-telling is aligned with who I was, who I am, and who I hope to be. Who I was One of the most lasting memories I have of my childhood is when family and friends asked me what I wanted to be when I