Panasonic and Myspace ‘Bringing Sexy Back’ by Victoria Gough10 January 2012 0 Comments
If you consider “hooking-up” with one of social media’s most vintage platforms (Myspace) sexy, then the world of online is definitely moving backwards in my eyes. Add some cheese, Justin Timberlake and BOOM you have yourself the latest and greatest “MySpace TV”.
Seven tips for managing your brand's Twitter profile by Suhaifa Naidoo06 December 2011 0 Comments
Twitter is no longer about socially connecting with people you wish you went to school with. As more and more brands embrace social media, Twitter has fast become a platform for customers and brands to interact with each other. To effectively manage your brand’s Twitter account is a slightly different process to managing your personal one. The functionality may look the same, but your content is going to be different. Here are some tips to help make your brands profile a success:
Clicks for Bricks Facebook Application reaches 18 200 fans by Suhaifa Naidoo08 November 2011 0 Comments
During April this year we were approached by Property.com to develop a Facebook Application for their Clicks for Bricks campaign. . The aim of the campaign was to provide a newly built home for someone deserving in conjunction with Habitat for Humanity. By September this year, the page had received over 15 000 new likes and the actual house build had begun to kick off.
Facebook adds new “Subscribe Button” by Victoria Gough16 September 2011 0 Comments
Facebook has caught onto the idea of one-way following by adding on a new ‘subscribe’ button which allows the user to ‘follow’ other users via their public status updates, photos, games and anything else they have made public (even if they are not friends); a concept that seems to clone the Twitter notion.
Facebook can raise your profile and push your brand by Simon Bestbier05 September 2011 2 Comments
Practically all companies, brands, products and personalities can benefit from a Facebook Fan Page that furthers their cause (commercial or non-profit) or raises their profile.The good news is that setting up a basic foundational Facebook page is simple and free. Facebook makes it easy for even the most technologically challenged person or cash-strapped small business to enter social media.