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Get Sky for the Love of Chocolate

Sky is a company that’s been known to jump through hoops to get people to sign up to their TV packages. As far as they’re concerned the target market for SkyDigital includes everyone and anyone with a TV. This did not stop the element of surprise that hit me when I saw their latest form of chocolate bribery.

Little squares of indulgent white and dark chocolate were sent to the office today in a white box with the infamous ‘Sky’ logo. The words ‘make work a little sweeter’ were imprinted on the individual chocolates and of course that promise was fulfilled. For all of two minutes we all sat and ate a few chocolates which of course did help to make the day ‘sweeter’. But now I’m sitting here reflecting on the chocolates I ate and not the packages Sky can offer me. The rectangular box that was sent to … [Read More]

4 reasons why you should use LinkedIn to promote your business

Linked in is quickly becoming one of the top 10 websites used globally so it’s no surprise that masses of businesses are flocking to the growing social network to promote their services and products. However unlike other platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, LinkedIn is not for telling people about your weekend away in Wales or that pasta you just ate for dinner. Instead the site is building a bridge for businesses who wish to connect with potential clients, attract future employees or simply source out competitors.

So what are the benefits of creating a LinkedIn page for your company?
At a first glace a company page appears to simply consist of a company name, logo, introduction, location, industry and the size of the organisation. However the hidden benefits of LinkedIns tools and functions are not to be overlooked by any business wanting to utilise the mass online market.

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Un-sociable media, LOL?

How did you spend your lunch hour? On Twitter, on Facebook? Or maybe you took a photo of your sandwich with Instagram. These days, social media rules the (communication) waves.

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If you can contact your recipient by the click of a mouse, why would you bother to phone or, heaven forbid, arrange a meeting? Offering users the opportunity to avoid face to face interaction, social media channels are at risk of breeding an anti-social generation.

Participation in social activity, in real time, is key to human development – it helps us judge characters and form relationships. No app or hashtag is powerful enough to simulate this experience.

Facial expression 🙂 and vocal intonation are all lost through social media channels, and to read more here some extent, so is your right of reply. Would you ever just get up and leave a meeting without … [Read More]

The Studio 4 goes golfing

In celebration of The Ryder  Cup, The Studio 4 got into the golfing spirit last weekend Levitra super active  and sponsored a hole at the Lilleshall Hall Golf Club.

A fun and exciting  weekend was had by all. Golfers were even lucky enough to experience good weather.  The event raised a total of £2000, which goes to the club’s chosen charity – The MS Society. The Studio 4 were proud to be part of such a great event.

Such an amazing result in the Ryder cup too! Celebrations all round. Maybe some of The Studio4 team will be persuaded to get their golfing shoes on for Lilleshall’s next Ryder event in 2014. Watch this space.… [Read More]

What's with all this interest in Pinterest?

Pinterest is like a simulation of the perfect world. Whenever I have browse, I instantly see my dream home, the perfect outfit and the most delicious dinners. It’s a never ending source of temptation.

If you’re looking for a way to visually tease potential customers – there’s no better social media platform. With approximately 20 million users to date, Pinterest’s power and pinfluence (I couldn’t resist) is growing.

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How does Pinterest work?

Rather than words, users share images. The network allows you to create different boards under different subject headings. For example, you might have a board entitled ‘My Dream Homes’ or ‘Places I’d like to visit’. If you see an image pinned by another user that relates to your boards, Pinterest allows you to ‘repin’ that image into your own collections. The overall idea is to create a fluid vision of your interests … [Read More]