It’s December, and so we thought we have a bit of light-hearted fun with our last blog post of the year.
And what could be more popular than taking a peek at those video ads that have been the most shared, the most commented on – the watercooler discussions for 2013. We’ve all seen them (and if you haven’t, where have you been?) – these are the internet sensations that swept through the web like wildfire.
We’re living in a world that’s permanently awake and online, particularly when you look at social media. Someone is always posting, tweeting, sharing, uploading.
For those of us who are running businesses, this 24/7 community can prove a bit challenging. You obviously can’t be online all the time, even if you’re paying someone to look after your social media. So how should you know when it’s the best time to reach your target audience.
Those familiar with London’s Old Street Roundabout are witness to the area’s vibrant transformation. Whilst the City’s traffic flows and the backdrop of the oversized billboard still presides over the roundabout, change is most definitely happening.
Prime Minister David Cameron has announced that our Government will invest £50 million in the area, a hotbed for UK technology and startups. Our government believes this area can spur economic growth and along the way support a good number of neighbouring enterprises.
Restaurants, pubs, coffee shops and the Hoxton Hotel are already benefiting from the hundreds of entrepreneurs that have flooded the area.