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Social Media need help with Facebook

Are you caught up in the Social Media maze?

Not sure how to get in or get out?

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google Plus, the list goes on!

There’s an elephant in the room – Social Media has proven itself, it’s not a trend and love it or loathe it, it is certainly here to stay!

So, where exactly does that leave you?

There’s a good chance if you’re not using Social Media in your business, simply put, you’re missing out on new opportunities.  Did you know that Gen X and Gen Y actually use Social Media and particularly Facebook as a search engine, just like some of us use Google?

Blogged Down?  Feeling like a Twit? Stuck on Fresh Ideas?

Incorporating Social Media in your business marketing probably conjures thoughts from fun and enjoyment to difficult and arduous.  Maybe you’re just thinking another chore you just don’t find time for.  Think again.

Our packages may well be the solution.  Tailored to suit and affordable.  Choose our weekly or monthly service, reap the benefits of a fresh voice, time leveraging and most importantly a brand new audience for your product or service.

Don’t miss out, here’s just a few of our services;

Plus we’ll include beautiful images and copywriting.  Attention grabbing headlines all professionally formatted.

Stop procrastinating!  Get in touch today, you’ll love what we do!

Still not convinced?   Here are some interesting facts on Social Media today.

Social Media Statistics Australia – March 2017

 

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For more information on our affordable packages – from as little as $20 per week, with no contracts!  We can help launch your business or just refresh your existing profile with some smart new branding.  Still not convinced?  We’ll put you in touch with some of our happy clients ….

Mobile Friendly Web Design Brisbane

Mobile Friendly Web Design Brisbane

GET WITH THE PROGRAM

Is your business website mobile ready?

If you haven’t already heard, your website needs to be mobile friendly, or simply put Google won’t love you!

It was predicted some years back the mobile phone usage for internet would overtake the norm of PCs and wherever you research that indeed is now the case.

The prediction is true, Australia has embraced mobile technology, we, are now one of the biggest users in the world per capita with in excess of 30 million mobile phone connections! Doesn’t make sense more mobile phones than people. But here’s the thing, it is a fact we now use our phones differently, 21% of us EXCLUSIVELY use our mobile phones for internet usage, that’s staggering.

Getting back to YOU. What are you going to do about your antiquated website?

You’ve already been told that Google doesn’t love you, but neither will those savvy mobile users that simply won’t be able to view your website on their phones. So what will they do? Pass you by, opportunity missed, if you’re not already convinced here’s a great link courtesy of ACMA click here;

http://www.acma.gov.au/theACMA/engage-blogs/engage-blogs/Research-snapshots/Australians-get-mobile

Sorry if we’ve made you feel uncomfortable, although maybe you should be.

If you’d like more customers, if you’d like to move with the times, that’s where Printbiz Media can help transform your web presence and design a mobile ready website to capture your audience and convert them to customers.

Now you’re up to speed, you probably know there’s a lot more to a website than looking pretty on a PC, Tablet or Mobile phone.  You need to be found!  That’s where we can help too.  Clever copy writing, keyword selection are just a couple of key elements that will help your site achieve that illusive page one Google status.

Need more help with SEO? 

Contact us anytime for an obligation free quote, or just pick our brain and receive excellent service from a company that cares.  Mobile friendly web design Brisbane, at your finger tips 0466 878 555.

 

 

Latest Social Media Statistics from Social Media News

Latest social media statistics 2015 here’s the news ….A new report from SocialMediaNews.com.au for May 2015 shows that the world of Facebook is in a steady state with no new growth – while Instagram goes ahead in strides. If you hang around any young people you will see they spend a lot of time now with Instagram. Here is the report in full below.

Social Media Statistics Australia – May 2015

1. Facebook – 14,000,000 users (steady)
2. YouTube – 13,750,000 UAVs
3. WordPress.com – 5,800,000
4. Instagram – 5,000,000 Monthly Active Australian Users (Facebook/ Instagram data)
5. Tumblr – 4,500,000
6. LinkedIn – 3,550,000
7. Blogspot – 2,800,000
8. Twitter – 2,791,300 Active Australian Users (see calculation)
9. WhatsApp – 2,400,000 Active Australian Users (see calculation)
10. TripAdvisor – 2,100,000
11. Tinder – 1,500,000 Australian users (my estimation)
12. Yelp – 1,500,000
13. Snapchat – 1,070,000 Active Australian Users (see calculation).
14. Flickr – 660,000
15. Pinterest – 330,000
16. Reddit – 150,000
17. MySpace – 105,000
18. Google Plus – approx 60,000 monthly active Australian users (my estimation *revised*)
19. StumbleUpon – 48,000
20. Foursquare/Swarm – 25,000
21. Digg – 18,000
22. Delicious – 16,000

(All figures represent the number of Unique Australian Visitors [UAVs] to that website over the monthly period – unless otherwise stated above).

Key Points to Note:

Instagram has seen 32% growth in Australia over the past 2 months, now serving 5 million monthly Australian users.
Most social networks in the top 10 are retaining their user base. Smaller tier 2 and tier 3 networks slowly lose users over time as people concentrate their time on the main social networks.
There is still room for growth in Australia and we do have an appetite for new apps. Over the last year Tinder has gone from virtually no users in Australia to 1.5 million +.

Blogging is still a popular medium as WordPress and Tumblr still attract a significant audience every month. New users are signing up particularly students and business professionals looking for a basic/ free websites to collate their material.

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Statistics compiled by SocialMediaNews.com.au for May 2015.
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Stats courtesy: Vivid Social Research Division. Figures correct as of 31/05/15.

Business Cards don’t go psycho

Business cards are important to every business who thought they would star in iconic movies like American Psycho? So does this leave you thinking just what’s impact your business card has on your customers, peers and others? It also shows just how egotistical they can be, make your mark with a really great design maybe some texture, something to make a point of difference. Here’s a funny scene from American Psycho we love https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cISYzA36-ZY

Printbiz Media takes the worry out of your new business card and we deliver!  Business Cards usually take 3 days from approval delivered Australia wide.

BYO Graphic Design File? Tips Made Easy

Our clients often come to us for print with their own artwork files, sometimes they are not actually print ready.  To help you we’ve compiled a list of simple instructions and some great terminology links to ensure your graphic design is ready to print!

 

1.   Ensure all images are 300 dpi or larger (this avoids pixilation and gives you a sharp image)

2.  Ensure your file is set CMYK throughout (RGB is unsuitable for offset print) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CMYK_color_model

3.   3mm Bleed around the perimeter of your document http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bleed_(printing)

4.   Trim or crop marks http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crop_mark

5.   Ask for you file to be set up as a PDF high resolution, print ready format which should encompass all off points 1-4

 

Our final tip is to obtain both the native file (origin such as Adobe InDesign or Illustrator) and your pdf and archive, having these files will save you time and money if you need to reprint or just update in the future

Still need help? Please contact us that’s what we’re here for 07 3151 2411

 

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