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How technology has created a trend of working from home

September 22, 2014

For many years, the global economy has operated upon the simple principle of employers and employees making their way to the office on a daily basis during the week to carry out their respective duties and responsibilities. Working in an office allows a company to function effectively, with everyone together in the same building to…

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What Social Gaming Can Mean For Your Business!

July 24, 2014

If you’re on Facebook for personal use, the likelihood is that you won’t have been fully immune to the countless requests when it comes to social gaming. From the Candy Crush Saga to Bubble Witch and beyond, gaming is taking place at unprecedented levels, and it’s now entirely inevitable. What difference does this make? Well,…

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The Social Side of Pubs and their Punters – Whose round is it?

April 2, 2014

So, you are sitting in the pub and the person you’re with has gone to the bar or toilet, leaving you all on your own. What do you do? Apart from hoping that they haven’t gone to the loo for a number two, you whip out your phone and pretend to look busy. We’ve all…

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Are children more socialized because of Internet?

March 1, 2014

Introduction: It is necessary to consider the socializing potential of Internet, which is indeed huge and impressive in the present context. The Internet is the electronic platform which offers instant communication and socializing tools like emails, chat services, video streaming and more importantly, social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Orkut, LinkedIn and so on.…

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WWE laying the Social Smackdown

January 27, 2014

I write this from my sofa as I wait for the 2014 Royal Rumble. Yes, I’m a wrestling fan! Love it or hate it, it’s pure entertainment & the company are leaders, like, miles ahead of anyone in terms of dominating the world of social media. In September 2013 WWE announced it had reached the…

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Uploading family photos: why you may be uploading more than memories

January 11, 2014

Hands up if you have ever taken a photo of your child on your smartphone and then uploaded it to your social media profile (such as Facebook or Instagram)? Obviously I can’t see you, but I’m guessing there are a few of you out there sitting by your computer with your hand up in the…

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Champagne and Pinterest

January 5, 2014

Champagne and Pinterest Pinterest is an ideal social media platform for those who have pictures of their products to share. That’s why it’s an ideal platform for the Champagne and sparkling wine industry as there are so many gorgeous photos of bottles of Champagne or a glass of bubbly being enjoyed in so many different…

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Digital Marketing, including Social Media, to drive Growth in the Food Industry.

December 29, 2013

It is widely acknowledged by food and beverage industry executives that technology will be the greatest driver of growth within their industry by findings from KPMG LLP’s 2013 Food and Beverage Industry Outlook survey. The participants that includes 100 USA based execs from brands with annual revenues of 41 billion + conclude that the likes of online…

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Social Media effect on the Champagne industry (Twitter).

December 28, 2013

Having recently created a leaderboard style league table for Champagne labels actively using Twitter, I have seen how many of the top brands and smaller houses have embraced social media and the efforts that some are and indeed aren’t putting in to communicate with their target audiences. Leaderboard for Champagne: http://www.glassofbubbly.com/gob100-leaderboard/ Studying Twitter, we see that…

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