What happens when you cross a scrapbook with the internet? Pinterest. It does exactly as it says in its name, it simply allows you to pin all your interests in one place. Pinterest has been around for two years but it has drawn a significant amount of attention in the past couple of months.
I have recently discovered that retail brands with a stronger social media presence will not only be able to charge a [...]
The Xcite Digital office got an exciting email this month from Elite Business Magazine!
It goes without saying that people are creatures of habit. Take something as simple as G-Mail as an example…
When creating a Facebook App come up ideas that engage with your audience and give them something to come back [...]
This is all within the well kept boundaries of their manicured lawn, though. If you mention something over the fence they wont care, they wont even pretend to apologise, and further to that they will make you feel awkward for asking the question.
Social media has been a focal point for businesses since the establishment of social networks as major marketing platforms. Facebook is offering businesses the chance to advertise; Twitter allows businesses to tweet to their fans; LinkedIn gives companies a feature that promotes their products and services.
Traditional and digital media campaigns may need to include social media at its core?! So if you’re creating a social media campaign that is not connected to the rest of your communications like your digital marketing strategy then perhaps its time to rethink it.
You have probably heard the term brand advocacy being thrown around, but what does it mean? A brand advocate is basically a customer that is so satisfied by a company’s product/service that they spread the message to their friends, relatives and others who are part of their social network.
Xcite Digital started it’s journey as a website development company however we knew that..