Industry Campaign-in-a-box

Industry Campaign-in-a-box

Zoe Brown

Zoe Brown
28th July 2021

Welcome to our Food and Retail Industry Campaign-in-a-box Toolkit, designed to help you launch your .UK awareness campaign four-week plan, specifically designed to encourage .UK domain registrations in the Food and Retail industry sectors. The toolkit includes pre-campaign assets to help you get your dedicated campaign landing page set up, as well as campaign assets and a timeline to launch the creative.

We’ve also included some helpful resources to guide you through the campaign activities. All the campaign assets are designed for you to be able to add your own brand logo. However, if you require support with branding assets or require any resizing, please request these via email.

Campaign activation

To support you, we’ve designed a downloadable PDF that takes you through setting up your campaign, providing a timeline for the activation of your campaign as well as tips for post-campaign reporting.

Download the PDF guide here. 

Campaign assets 

We have created supporting assets for each stage of the campaign including social, digital, email and display assets.

You can request the Toolkit Assets via our online form here.

Helpful resources

We’ve collated some helpful guides and articles that cover a range of digital marketing skills and activities, from email marketing to social media as well as links to exclusive webinars and marketing support resources.

Marketing Masterclass Webinars

Marketing Support Resources

Email marketing: A guide for small businesses

Measuring the performance of your email campaigns

Five great examples of email marketing

Three ways to measure content performance

How small businesses can use Twitter Analytics

Useful Google Search Console reports for small businesses

How to use Google Data Studio: A guide for small businesses

How to track campaigns using UTM tracking

Tracking online campaigns using Google tracking URLs (video)

How to prove and improve the ROI of your paid social media