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4 Ways To Avoid Social Media Burnout

Posted on November 20, 2015 by Elsa under Inspiration, Social Media and Blogging

Tweet As a small business owner we wear many hats – from photography and editing to networking and account keeping, right down to website maintenance and blog presence. Not to mention being on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram, LinkedIn… oh and don’t forget Pinterest. Managing multiple social media platforms is hard work and I completely understand and […]

Social Media: The do’s and dont’s

Posted on February 2, 2015 by Rich under Business, Sales and Marketing, Social Media and Blogging

Tweet It really is a digital jungle out there and finding the right way to present yourself amongst all the noise is difficult when you consider all the options. In this post, we give you some top tips on the do’s and dont’s for social media.

Shocking Facts About Social Media!

Posted on November 19, 2014 by Elsa under Coffee Break, Social Media and Blogging

Tweet Brace yourselves everyone, because we’re about to talk about the all-important topic of social media… In blissful times gone by, social media was just another page on a website, rarely used or updated, but no longer! In recent years it has grown exponentially, developing its own language, community spirit and humour. Therefore, we must […]

Social media: Voice and identity

Posted on November 10, 2014 by Rich under Sales and Marketing, Social Media and Blogging

Tweet Perhaps the greatest element of social media for business is the ability to have conversations with your potential customer and other businesses. Much like a physical store, although you can’t really leave your shop when its open! Establishing your voice goes hand-in-hand with your identity online, and it’s important to understand you may not […]

Social media: Advertising and audience

Posted on September 29, 2014 by Rich under Sales and Marketing, Social Media and Blogging

Tweet Social media is extremely accessible, free at entry level, and the main driver for why they are so universally popular. Simply by maintaining a minimal profile and engaging infrequently, it is possible to benefit from this kind of presence for little effort. This obviously begs the question: should you spend money advertising?