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Gold Made Simple – Royal Mint Infographic

Posted on February 1, 2013 by richard


GoldMadeSimple are one of the world’s leading gold bullion services specialising in providing capital gains tax free gold bullion and storage services. They wanted to let owners and future owners of gold know that there is a way of purchasing gold bullion whilst being exempt from Capital Gains Tax and VAT by choosing Gold Britannia and Gold Sovereign coins instead of bars, grams and other coins. Our mission was to get gold owners to rethink their choices in which type of bullion they buy.

Tax Free Gold & The Royal Mint: A History

We thought it would be a great idea to create an infographic to highlight the fact that gold can be purchased without Capital Gains Tax and VAT, whilst also providing a detailed background to the way relationships with gold have been shaped by The Royal Mint. It charts the history of The Royal Mint from 886AD and shows its journey through historical characters such as Henry VII and Sir Isaac Newton, ending with today’s tax efficient bullion coins. It also contains a comparison of recent bull market performances and the current market outlook.

Objectives

  • Produce an interesting, informative and sharable infographic
  • Create links and increase site traffic to www.goldmadesimple.com
  • Build on brand awareness
  • Increase GoldMadeSimple’s search rankings for the specified search terms and, subsequently, see a rise in conversion rates

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Bite’s outreach team managed to get Gold Made Simple – Royal Mint Infographic placed on a number of high profile sites.

What Others Are Saying

  1. Joanne Thomas April 29, 2013 at 9:24 am

    We liked this presentation of our history, right up to the present! http://www.royalmint.com/our-coins/ranges/sovereign

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