Month: November 2013

Forming Online Relationships By REFUGE Team

Posted on November 20th, 2013 Categories: Blog, communication, Consumer Engagement, digital media

Making working/professional relationships can be difficult for some businesses and others it comes a little bit easier. Nowadays, companies not only need to make the connection in person, but also via the Internet through their social media outlets.   Social Media   Organizations are building strong social relationships by knowing their business from the inside out in order to be able to reach their targeted audiences. In addition to knowing your business, know your customers and the target group that you are trying to connect too.  A smart thing to do is to use the information that users are posting (more…)

Holiday Marketing By REFUGE Team

Posted on November 13th, 2013 Categories: Advertising, Campaigns, Email Marketing, Marketing, Pinterest

The holidays are here and marketing is spreading the cheer. Everywhere you look during the holidays, businesses get into the spirit and change up their traditional marketing to a more spirited campaign. Here are a few tips to follow to get you through the festivities.   Prepare your website If you sell popular items on your website, prepare the system for the heavy traffic flow that is to come. The last thing you want is for your site to crash! Test your website often leading up to your big-rush sales.   Log onto social media Use social media to get (more…)

Event Planning By REFUGE Team

Posted on November 6th, 2013 Categories: Blog, Refuge, Social Media

Who doesn’t love attending an event? Attending is the fun and easiest part of an event. Planning can be a little more challenging for the host if you’re not prepared and keep up with what and when things need to be done. The first thing that needs to be done is find out how many guests will be attending and when the event will take place. This will help determine what venues are available to hold your projected attendees.   The next important task is securing food & beverage. If you’re planning an event with a non-profit organization and they (more…)