Monthly Archives: Jan 2014

5 things I did on Sunday morning

Hello – hope you had a good weekend? I thought I’d share the first half hour of my Sunday with you – just by way of illustrating how work and home life has become integrated – and I don’t mind a bit 🙂

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Learn from the lessons we’ve learned

There’s nothing quite like first hand experience to teach you lessons in business, and in life. You wouldn’t attempt to teach someone to drive unless you had driven for a number of years and were fairly confident behind a wheel would you? And yet every day, business people put their trust in consultants who acquired their knowledge at university, or their experience in an unrelated trade, and expect to achieve good results. It was mainly for this reason that we decided to prove our ability and credentials in the food sector about 5 years ago. We had already been in business for 20 years at that point but we wanted to give ourselves a real point of difference.

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Alpha Design & Marketing, Branding, Graphic Design
5 of the best things about 2013 at Alpha (and aims for 2014)

Best things about 2013:

1.Growth Accelerator – we are registered to provide this subsidised service to our clients

2. Existing clients – thanks for staying with us – glad we could offer Growth Accelerator services to some of you too

3. New clients – too many to list here but you know who you are – great to have you on board

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Alpha Design & Marketing Beyond Dark, Social Media Campaign
How to get more from your social media pages in 2014

Firstly, Happy New Year! I hope you all had a lovely festive break and are now feeling refreshed and ready to take 2014 by the horns!

The start of a new year is often a time of reflection, looking back at the year gone by and enjoying memories of the good times as well as the bad. In terms of business, the bad times are often just as useful as the good as they highlight areas that can be improved. For example, a lot of us have social media pages but we’re not really sure how to best use them. By looking back at lasts year activity you will be able to see what worked well and not so well.

It is important to keep in mind that social media is not to be used as a hard sell. Followers will tune out if all you ever share is sale information or ‘buy this’. Here are some tips to help grow your social media following by engaging with your audience in thought provoking, helpful and exciting ways.

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