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Archive for the ‘Guernsey Social Media’ Category

23.11.10

Guernsey Web Design Company Purple Coffee attend “The Guernsey Small Business Seminar – A Passion for Business”

Today marked the Guernsey Chamber of Commerce small business networking event – “A Passion for Business.” The event held at St Pierre Park Hotel in Guernsey was a fantastic chance for local businesses to learn from guest speakers, network with and learn from one another. Social media marketing in the form of Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn for Guernsey businesses was a hot topic of conversation. Purple Coffee has recently returned from delivering a Social Media and SEO workshop in Birmingham, so we were very excited to see that Guernsey businesses are becoming increasingly aware of the businesses and communication merits such social networks herald. We look forward to supporting Guernsey businesses in identifying how and when to use social media. Purple Coffee feels strongly that correct and responsible planning of social media activities is integral success for businesses. Many Guernsey based businesses find social media an intimidating prospect and require guidance and assistance to make the right decisions rather than making hasty ones based on the relative accessibility and availability of social media platforms and tools.…Read More

16.07.10

Purple Coffee Guernsey feature in the July issue of Business Brief Magazine discussing Web Design and Social Media for the Channel Islands.

“Business Brief comes of age in 2010. It will be 21 years since the magazine was first published. In that time it has grown from a fairly simple black and white newsletter covering business in Jersey, to a full colour high quality publication covering a wide range of subjects of interest to business people and community leaders throughout the whole Channel Islands. The magazine also tries to take a pan-island perspective of issues of importance to the whole Channel Islands. It is in a special position as the islands begin to work much more closely together. Every month the magazine includes special reports on subjects of importance to local business leaders, ranging from new technology and training to the workplace environment and health and safety.” – This is Guernsey…Read More