There are many a blog post out there giving incentives and ideas on how to bring your Online Customers into the offline world of reality and revenue, but how does it work the other way around? How do you bring your offline community online, and ensure their engagement is ongoing?
Monthly Archives: September 2012
Video has long been the ‘must have’ in any business’ marketing tool kit, but with the recent rise of Viddy, being able to connect with your audience in a limited space of time is increasingly important.
After 25 years, Microsoft have had a bit of a makeover, ditching the leg warmers and ‘Choose Life’ t-shirts of yesteryear and opted for a sleek and shiny new overhaul. (Okay, so it wasn’t that much of a change…but we all like to build up a bit of drama now and then….!)
The online world is becoming smaller by the minute, with the rise of voice and mobile search dominating the engines and ever increasing day by day. With this in mind – being viewed as a ‘local’ business is becoming more and more important with each passing Google doodle.
Facebook has come on leaps and bounds since its first arrival back in ’04, and is now more a ‘mini website’ than the standard profile page of its predecessors. Your fans and friends can interact in every which way, finding out anything and everything they need, all contained on one not-so-little social network.
Instagram is everywhere at the moment: friends, family – even all over Facebook since the buy out. No doubt you’ve already using this nifty little image app already, but why not try and integrate it into your business and social media strategy?
Available on most Apple devices (iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch) and no doubt appearing on the Android App Store in the not-so-distant future, Viddy is the ‘big new thing’ that has revolutionised how users use video on their mobile. If you’re still a bit new to the Viddy seen, we’ve put together everything you need to know about…
With London 2012 at a close, there has been one out and out winner when it comes to social media – and that is the hashtag. Its constant usage with the general public, the athletes and even the mainstream media coverage has left it on top when it comes to talking to the world. But…
After our blog post earlier in the year of ‘How to Set up A Successful Company Blog‘ we decided a follow up was most definitely in order, and have rounded up 7 great tools to keep productivity on the up and procrastination on the down-low!