Great testimonials from your customers can really make your business stand out so are you making the most of them?Read More
“Are ‘followers’ the same as customers? Will ‘likes’ be enough to build your business?”
Charlie Brooker described social media as the world’s most popular on-line game. We can all play it; I know I do. Then again, I used to play Pac Man but I never trusted it to grow my business.Read More
The human touch.
Establishing and growing your business these days can seem like it’s all down to the web and modern marketing techniques, but is it?Read More
How to get more connections on LinkedIn.
People in the wet leisure industry have taken to LinkedIn to promote their business and grow their network. Here are some tips on how to get more connections.Read More
How to deal with customer complaints on social media.
Social media makes it easy to talk to your customers and easy for them to talk to you. But what happens when things go wrong and someone makes a complaint – in public.Read More
A quick guide to Google+
Launched in January 2012, lots of people seem to find Google+ a bit confusing, but what could it do for your wet leisure business?Read More
How to boost your sales in a tough market.
Statistics say the economy is getting better, but good sales are still hard to find. Here are four areas that you should be looking at to help keep your numbers up.Read More
Tweets, updates and articles
Getting the words right for Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin can help pool, spa or sauna businesses make the most of social media.Read More
Marketing for the future.
Golden Coast has been a part of the wet leisure industry for more than 35 years. During that time, the family run business has seen many changes, so is it any wonder they are currently leading the way when it comes to the use of online and social media marketing within the industry?Read More
Running rings around the competition. What London 2012 can teach us about marketing.
It is probably safe to say that everyone considers the Olympic Games in London to have been a success. Just how big a success is down to a matter of personal opinion, but the event and the coverage that surrounded it won the hearts and minds of a nation.Read More