|We thoroughly enjoyed experiencing all the wonderful flora at the Botanical Gardens
After the long weekend brought us into what is effectively the last week of summer, this week we've started work on a new site for photographer, as well as scouting more locations in Bristol for our Bristol App, and working on the promotion of Mother of the Bride online boutique Drop Dead Gorgeous.
Here's what's been catching our eyes this week:
Businesses using social media:
News that web surfing makes you more productive might make you reconsider using social media at work as a necessary refreshment, rather than just a distraction - all counts towards its ROI, both economic and in terms of work wellbeing.
Have you considered using social media for recruitment? This infographic
highlights the successful ways in which is being used by companies in 2011.
If you're implementing promotions on Facebook, it might be worth knowing more about how different demographics ues it, as discussed here
. Because Facebook allows such detailed targeting of ads, understanding who is likely to 'like' something rather than click through, could be very useful information for anyone designing a promotional campaign on Facebook.
Is Street Art becoming too mainstream, and if so, is that a problem? This article
offers an interesting point of view on the subject, which will be especially interesting to anyone who witnessed the huge Street Art Festival 'See No Evil' in Bristol this August.
|One of the more unsual tributes to Steve Jobs
We're also excited to hear about the M Shed's upcoming exhibition of Bristol-Based photographer Martin Parr.