Social Media Chat + Case Study: Optimal Chiropractic

This week I met with Chiropractor and all-round nice guy; Benjamin Martin of Optimal Chiropractic, to chat about the effect of social media and digital communications on his business.

Suffering from social media sickness?

Hands up if you’re sick of social media or love it so much, you have to log in every day, at least six times. You may be suffering from social media sickness.

5 ways to promote your business online

The web is a big place. Imagine the universe and each website is a star. That's a lot of stars! But what if your website could stand out - shine a bit brighter than the rest? Well, that's the best way that I can describe online promotions. They give...

What every business wants…digital support

As we do the side-step, I'd like to highlight some of our services which are most in demand and definately the way forward for small businesses. I'm terming them 'what every business wants'.

10 Reasons to Customise Your Facebook Biz Page

So you’ve taken the plunge and created a Facebook page. You must be pretty chuffed; your business now has a little space all of its own on Facebook! Allow me to whisk you away to the customisation zone. That’s right – Facebook allows...

Extra Q&A’s for New Business Bloggers

As promised, here are the outstanding questions in our ‘Q&A’s for new business bloggers‘ series – The place where you ask a question, and we, well,…answer it. As this is numero four, how about catching up on the previous ...

Our Latest FB Question Results – No.1 Blog Feature

Hands up , who loves Facebook Questions? What a coincidence - we do too! It's proving to be an extremely handy tool for market research and qualitative marketing.

Become a saint online (St Patricks Special)

If St.Patrick can become a saint, then so can ye.' What better place to start then online, where so much sin is apparent!

Say hello to the new blog

Hello, and welcome to the 'new look' Online Advocate blog!

Social Media Secret Formula: Treat It Like a Courtship

Has anyone else noticed the similarity between social media and a courtship? A number of key terminology certainly suggests it is, so if we treat socialmedia like a courtship, then maybe we can use it as a formula for improving our performance.