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CuCo Creative is a integrated branding, strategic, digital agency based in Bournemouth, Dorset that provides creative marketing and advertising solutions to the South Coast, stretching as far as London, UK. CuCo are a RAR recommended agency, a RAR award-winning agency plus DBA members and a D&AD accredited marketing, digital, design, branding agency. We are a creative marketing agency who are experts in delivering integrated marketing campaigns in all areas of branding, advertising, marketing, digital, ecommerce, design, web design and development, WordPress – and offer a strategic approach to marketing consultancy for Bournemouth, Dorset, London, Bristol, Southampton, the South West and beyond.

CuCo’s creative agency HQ is located in the sunny Silicon South of Bournemouth. We’re a branding agency, marketing agency, advertising agency, digital agency, WordPress agency, creative agency, print agency and design agency all integrated into one agency – making CuCo your perfect branding and marketing partner without heavy London agency fees.

Our Bournemouth-based digital, marketing and design teams work together to deliver a wide range of website development skills to a variety of marketing projects for your brand. Our digital services includes web design search engine optimisation (SEO), html emails & email marketing, Google Adwords/pay per click (PPC), database driven websites, content management systems (CMS), social media management, WordPress websites and ecommerce websites.

CuCo are also a creative print management agency, offering full colour lithographic through to short run or personalised digital printing services. We are experts in paper stocks, print finishes, folding techniques and FSC printing. Whether it is rolling out your new brand across creative marketing collateral, print advertising, business cards, business stationary (letterheads and comp slips), packaging, point of sale (POS), brochures, leaflets, flyers or making your brand come to life with illustration or photography, CuCo are the perfect creative marketing agency and web design agency for Bournemouth and London and everywhere in between.

We are a branding agency that is passionate about driving sales through clever social media advertising and marketing, web design and the development of ecommerce websites and WordPress websites, creative advertising ideas and digital marketing campaigns and are constantly winning new clients all the time. So when you business needs to generate leads, refresh your branding or advertising, or improve your website, speak to advertising agency CuCo about our range of creative marketing solutions for your brand.

Whatever your marketing or advertising requirements may be, CuCo Creative are the marketing agency with the branding agency expertise and marketing knowledge and experience to produce your next marketing campaign, whatever the budget or your location – Bournemouth, Dorset, Hampshire, London, Southampton, Bristol or beyond. Call marketing agency CuCo today to discuss your brand on 01202 911959.

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Want tangible ROI from social media? Power up your Pinterest campaign using Rich Pins!

rich-pins-on-pinterestUnder the outdated pre-text of Pinterest as an innocuous creative online outlet for yummy-mummies, the social curation website has sub rosa evolved into a formidable eCommerce powerhouse. Unsurprising when you consider that with over 2 million active users in the UK alone, the potential business opportunities of Pinterest are huge.

Research has shown that users tend to approach the site with an already active shopping mindset: they are basically online window shopping! In fact, did you know that as many as 29% of Pinterest users have purchased something after pinning or re-pinning it to one of their boards?

When users pin something, they are actively engaging with it, giving it the unwritten seal of approval, actively associating their ‘self’ with the product and associated lifestyle, and essentially sending out a social signal to their friends that ‘I like this and you should too.’

The bottom line is: if you’re not utilising Pinterest for your business right now, you are in danger of seriously missing out to your competitors!


One crowd who definitely didn’t overlook this shift is the Pinterest team themselves. In response to this demand, they made a huge effort to ramp up their services for businesses, making it even easier for businesses to convert pins into action… and hence Rich Pins were born!

What exactly are these mysterious Rich Pins?

Well, Rich Pins, quite simply, are pins which contain far more useful information than normal pins. More specifically rich pins fall into one of 6 sub-categories: apps, films, recipes, articles, products and places. Instead of just including a picture and a description, rich pins expand on the key pin information, which leads to more engaged impressions (and easier sales!)

So how exactly can they work for me and my business?

OK, let’s start with an example of 1 of the sub-categories, product rich pins. Simply pinning photographs and descriptions of your products is likely to leave likely buyers frustrated. Without clearly signposted purchase information they are forced to scour through the internet desperately trying to find out where they can purchase your product and ultimately, they are likely to give up. At best, you lose a sale and at worst, a would-be loyal customer and advocate of your brand buys from one of your competitors instead!

Product rich pins on the other hand can include real-time price and stock availability, a link to the website and even an automated email sent to the Pinner when there is a price-drop! When Pinners are using Pinterest already in a shopping mindset, if your content contains real-time, practical information which can easily facilitate transactions and interactions, you are far more likely to convert impressions into purchases.

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What about other types of Rich Pins?

Alternatively, film rich pins include information like reviews, ratings and details of the cast and crew, whilst recipe rich pins can be made to include ingredients, cooking times and serving information. Article rich pins include a short story description, the author’s name and the headline and place pins feature a map, address and phone number.

The relatively new App rich pin even includes an “install now” button allowing users to install the app straight away and at the touch of a button, without ever having to leave Pinterest.

In summary, whether you started using Pinterest in a bid to drive traffic to your online store or to promote your new recipe book or even to convince people to download your App, Rich Pins are a hugely easy way to boost the untapped marketing power of your Pinterest.

Head on over to Pinterest and follow the step-by-step instructions to start setting up rich pins right now!

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