Some social media platforms; Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+ (the “Famous Four”) are widely accepted to be generally accessible and usable for most businesses marketing. Others, however, seem to be categorized for pleasure not business, particularly if your company isn’t visual or graphic…which brings us to Pinterest. Strictly leisure only, if a huge amount of
Facebook Share Twitter Share Google+ Share Watch on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICRKbLwfDZM In this video, Julia Doherty from Green Umbrella Marketing shares the reasons why you should be using social media to see what people are saying about you and your business online. Reputation Management is so important nowadays. People are going to talk about you and
I used to love Little Britain, David Walliams and Matt Lucas were always guaranteed to make me laugh. From their character who said “Eh Eh Eh” (I can’t remember her name!), through to Marjorie Daws running the slimming club and talking about “eating dust”, but the one that used to make me smile the most,
I’ve just got back from holiday where my intentions were to have a “digital detox”. Could I manage without my many gadgets at my fingertips? The answer is no; I really couldn’t. I tried hard for the first two days, but then I found that I was getting more stressed by not being able to
What is training? Definition from Oxford dictionary – the action of teaching a person a particular skill or type of behaviour. Training is about the acquisition of knowledge, skills and competencies. Training has specific goals of improving capability, capacity and performance.
Gone are the days where a website is just a brochure. Using your website as a marketing tool, in conjunction with an effective social media strategy is key to any business nowadays. Julia covers three ways in which you can add calls to action on your website in this short video. As promised, here is
I believe however large or small a business is, even if it’s just you, you should have a plan that helps guide your business forward.
What is Facebook Services? This is a brand new (and quite exciting feature) for local businesses. Simply visit www.facebook.com/services www.facebook.com/services and search for any local business and you will see a list of featured businesses appear in the search results. How Facebook services work? Ratings? My initial thoughts were that this new system would work
I found myself getting slightly annoyed with my LinkedIn inbox yesterday and felt the need to put pen to paper (or finger to keyboard), and write an article about annoying things that people send you on LinkedIn. Please feel free to add your thoughts below as I know not everyone will agree with me, but
With the ever increasing tax cost of providing a company car, many employers are instead providing a car allowance and getting the employee to purchase the car using it.