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Kimberley Bailey

Kimberley Bailey
Primarily I'm passionate about communicating and believe my various roles have - and continue to - reflect that. "Communication is key", as they say, and whether it's as an Editor, Journalist or teacher I endeavour to communicate well, appealing to my audience and with enthusiasm and loyalty to the topic. I'm a hard-working, enthusiastic, professional and friendly individual who is rapaciously determined to continue my passion for communication, story-telling and teaching around the world.

Recent Posts

How we’re benefiting marketing agencies: Leadrs

Posted by Kimberley Bailey on December 10, 2018 at 2:20 PM

Here at Bannerwise we recognize and understand that the hunt for a solution to your many digital advertising needs can often be arduous and painful.

Of course, you’re not alone in this; many agencies face things like scaling issues, time-consuming processes, and a list of difficulties that are brought on by not having a developer at hand.

But, as corny as it may sound, there is a solution to all of these problems, and we want to show you that the solution actually does work -  with no traps, no tricks, and no pitfalls.

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Why it’s time every marketer starts using a Creative Management Platform

Posted by Kimberley Bailey on December 10, 2018 at 2:18 PM

Ask yourself this… Do you want to produce creative and successful digital ads?

Would you appreciate a simplified production process? Do you agree that relevancy is the key to successful display campaigns? Do you strive for consistency across all your advertising channels? Is time something you don’t have an infinite amount of?

‘Yes’ to all the above? Then it’s high time you start using a Creative Management Platform.

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How to solve the problems of banner ad creation

Posted by Kimberley Bailey on September 18, 2018 at 3:12 PM

We’re all guilty, despite doctors staunchly advising against it, of searching for answers and remedies to our ailments online.

We have a mysterious pain somewhere and we ask ourselves what is it? Is it common? How do I fix it? And what’s it going to cost me?

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