Monthly Archives: June 2014

From Chaos to Order

When starting a business from scratch we all dream of ultimate success. You may provide a unique service or invented a unique product which instantly becomes a ‘must have’. Your marketing campaign has ticked all the boxes, you’ve even set … Continue reading

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SOCIAL CURRENCY – The New Fad in Town

There is a lot of hype about ‘Social Currency’ on the grapevine these days. What is it? Social currency is information shared which encourages further social encounters. And these days it is actually being used by companies in place of traditional methods … Continue reading

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To Pinterest or To Instagram, is that the question?

It is certainly true that once you enter the ever expanding world of social media it’s hard not to get lost in the ether of “Which Platform Should I Choose? Arrrggghhhhh!!” Don’t keep pulling your hair out, here is a … Continue reading

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Pop up shops aren’t ‘just’ shops

Nowadays when it comes to pop up shops, people are starting to think outside the box. Pop ups aren’t just for selling products. They can be used in a number of creative ways: for brand awareness, sale samples, experimental marketing, … Continue reading

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