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Where did the summer go?

It’s back to school for the kids and back to work for Mirrorstone Marketing.  After a fruitful summer exploring new opportunities and exercising the creative brain, its time to get back to work.

Autumn is great for leaf crunching and blackberry picking amongst other things,  but most of all, it’s the feeling of starting up again after a lazy summer and making things happen.

Economic news is still a bit doom and gloom, but it’s being going on for so long now, it’s time to focus on the positive.  In certain areas and sectors things are looking up andof course, if you’re in retail especially, there is Christmas!

Our Mirrorstone Retail Rescue Package is ideally suited for small businesses and shops to give that added extra push needed to stimulate Christmas sales, and well suited for limited budgets.  Whether it’s a poster or a press release or setting up a Facebook for business page, give us a call, and we’ll help you do it effectively right from the outset.

This month it’s all about money!  Let’s face it that’s what drives our every decision in business at the moment, especially in Ireland.  At Mirrorstone Marketing we have put together a Retail Rescue Package.

Our retail rescue package is simple – we come in and analyze your business and give you real solutions for you to carry out.  This way you are in control of the costs, and can monitor the real results as they translate into visits to the till (and maybe even the virtual till on your online shop).

Where we differ is that we don’t just provide marketing or just provide internet marketing or SEO, we give you the whole package.

Not just limited to the established retail business either – great if you need ideas to kick-start your new business and lauch your shop with the typical marketing budget of zero!

Low cost, high results and all with clever, creative marketing you can do yourself.  Ker-ching!

Nurturing Touch by Tissy LogoWe have a lovely new client, Tissy, who is the expert on all things baby.  Tissy specialises in pregnancy and post natal massage, baby massage and GentleBirth.

So far we’ve revamped her logo, redesigned her website and generally just put everything in order.  It’s been a mad dash to get ready in time for the Bump and Beyond Show at the Ardilaun Hotel this weekend but nothing like  a deadline to focus you!

Still lots to do on her blog and Facebook page, and we can’t wait for the video clips she’s had done as these will be fantastic both for her google rankings and of course for adding something special to her Facebook page and website.

Take a look at the new site, and tell us what you think…

www.nurturingtouch.ie

This has some great free tools to assess your website. 

Google confirm that the speed of our website influences search engine ranking algorithms – Krishna De: Social Media Marketing, Online PR, Online Visibility, Digital Marketing, Dublin, Ireland, Europe

via Google confirm that the speed of our website influences search engine ranking algorithms – Krishna De: Social Media Marketing, Online PR, Online Visibility, Digital Marketing, Dublin, Ireland, Europe.

 Calling all Guest Bloggers – would you like to guest blog for us?  We’d love to hear, and share, your thoughts on internet marketing, social media, website, Ireland in particularly Galway, and well just whatever you have on your mind.

Report: 41% Of US Facebook Users Promote Product Fan Pages

via Report: 41% Of US Facebook Users Promote Product Fan Pages.

Definately worth taking note of the inducement of vouchers and coupons when attracting fans.  Some of the ethnic backgrounds of users in the US may not be very relevan to the Irish market, the article confirms the ever increasing power and popularity and effectiveness of Facebook Pages.

Research published by Network Box this week shows the top five websites visited by businesses in Q1 2010 were:

  1. Facebook – 6.8 per cent of all traffic
  2. Google – 3.4 per cent of all traffic
  3. Yimg (Yahoo!’s image server) – 2.8 per cent of all traffic
  4. Yahoo! – 2.4 per cent of all traffic
  5. Doubleclick – 1.7 per cent of all traffic

Read the rest of the article here…

http://www.network-box.com/node/533

There was a time when you might have been sacked for being on Facebook during work time but increasing numbers of businesses using Fan Pages to promote their business, chances are you might just be doing work when on Facebook at work.

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