Seeing as the last Mythbusters article received such a fantastic response, we thought we’d bring you another edition – this time busting some common myths and misconceptions around social media.
Crowdfunding has changed the way people raise money for a business, project or charitable cause. Online platforms like Kickstarter, Indiegogo and Crowdfunder give you access to millions of people looking to donate and invest.
Design shouldn’t be complicated. But at the same time, it’s also difficult to understand. Quite the paradox isn’t it.
Consumer behaviour is constantly changing and with the number of brands available in our reach, it’s no wonder we are spoilt for choice.
The landscape of eCommerce continues to grow at an exponential rate. Merchants always have new, more advanced needs for their online stores. Luckily for them, the platforms and infrastructure are developing at an even faster pace.
Digital presence is now more important than ever. For the foreseeable future, brands will continue using their website and social media as their main channels for both business and communication.
Marketing allows you to scale up your business by effectively reaching your target audience, helping promote your new and existing products/services and growing your customer base.
There is light at the end of the dark, pandemic tunnel we have been stuck in, for what feels like forever now.
“Get Rich Quick” schemes have become increasingly infamous on social media, with people claiming to have the recipe to success, the recipe to fame and the recipe to an easy source of sustainable income all rolled into one solution – which can be yours for a small (or not so small) fee. These Ponzi schemes offer a course where you’ll learn, how to create a company, in the space of a few hours, and make thousands off of unsuspecting business owners.